Announcements 03/12/20

2020 – 2021
Dual Enrollment The enrollment process is now open for students who wish to take dual enrollment classes next school year. Dual Enrollment programs provide opportunities for Georgia high school students to take college-level courses for free and earn credit toward a high school diploma and a college degree/career certificate at the same time. Program requirements at each college are different and it is up to the student to find out the requirements for the college they would like to attend.
Interested students and parents can pick up a Dual Enrollment Checklist handout from the Student Services office which details the dual enrollment application process.
All students must have applied to the college, requested their transcript via Parchment.com, and submitted the required test scores (or registered for the March/April test dates) by March 30th.

Attention Juniors and Seniors! The wait is over! Prom tickets are on sale now on the OSP website. Please access the link through the RHS website and click on the OSP link to purchase your tickets. Prices increase each week leading up to prom. Do not delay! Buy your prom 2020 tickets today!

If you missed the informational meeting for Cheerleading tryouts for the 2020-2021 season, tryout packets can be picked up in the front office. Paperwork in this packet includes items that are mandatory to complete in order to tryout for the cheerleading program. Tryouts for the Cheerleading program will be March 30th, 31st, April 1st and April 2nd.

Summer School registration is now open! You can access it on the school website, or pick up a flier in Student Services.

There’s Magic to DO! Get your tickets for the RHS cirque production of PIPPIN at RHSPippin.com or any cast member. Tickets are $12.00 Reserved and $15.00 Premium. Seats are $15.00 at the door.

Juniors and Seniors! Don’t forget to vote for prom court this week only using the QR codes posted around the building. Voting closes this Friday!

Attention Seniors! Please check the spelling of your name on the list posted outside of Student Services. This is how your name will be spelled on both your diploma and the graduation program so we want it to be correct.

Today’s Women’s History Month feature is Katia Krafft, a French volcanologist who relentlessly researched and pursued filming active eruptions until her death. After marrying her soulmate and partner in research, they lived their lives alternating between chasing and filming eruptions and raising money so that they could continue chasing and filming eruptions. Tragically, though not surprisingly, the Kraffts were killed by a pyroclastic flow while trying to film in Japan on June 3, 1991.

Happy Belated Birthday to Sharon Jackson (3/10) and Addie Omen (3/11) Happy Birthday to Angelika Otte (3/14)

Enjoy the long weekend Hornets!

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Roswell High School’s mission is to promote student learning, expect excellence, and celebrate achievement. Roswell High School is located in the suburbs of Atlanta, about eighteen miles north of the city. Although the original Roswell High School was established in 1949, the current facility opened in the fall of 1990. Truly serving as a valuable resource for the Roswell community, the school enjoys a close relationship with the city of Roswell as well as many local businesses and civic organizations. Roswell has been consistently recognized as one of Georgia’s top academic schools. With more than twenty AP courses offered, the school’s Advanced Placement Program is rated as one of the best in the country. Successful programs in athletics and the performing arts complement Roswell’s high academic achievements. We are Roswell. Go HORNETS!

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