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Welcome to Wonderland – PROM 2018

Saturday, March 24th, 8-11 PM

Georgia Freight Depot , Midtown ATL

$60 in advance with class dues, $65 without dues

$70 at the door

Ticket Sales begin March 19th during lunch in the Front Office

Guest forms are also available in the Front Office

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* Introducing Roswell High's 
New Communication Team*

Please give a warm welcome to RHS's new communication team! Read the Press Release to learn more about them .

Legally Blonde Performance

Are you ready to be Legally Blonde? Grab your dog, your bag and your American Flag! You don't want to miss this trip through sorority life and Harvard Admissions. Break out your pink and OMIGOD you guys, get your tickets before they're gone!  March 15-17 at 7 PM || March 18 at 3 PM

For Tickets, go to RHSBlonde.com

Seniors- Tell us about your scholarship offers (whether you are accepting the award or not!)

Senior Scholarship recipients are recognized in the graduation program.  We will recognize all scholarship award recipients, whether they are accepting the award or not.  To be listed in the program, students MUST provide their scholarship information to Student Services for recognition:

   Provide a copy of the award letter(s) to Mrs. Carstens in Student Services by 4pm on May 1, 2018.  There are no exceptions to this deadline. 

  When submitting the award letter, we need a copy of the actual award letter (not a summarized statement from parent or student), amount of award, if it is renewable, and if the student is accepting the award or not.

  Individual scholarship names and amounts are not reported, only a grand total of all offers to Roswell students is reported at graduation.


It is the student/parent responsibility to provide the scholarship information to the school for inclusion in the graduation program. All scholarship information provided to Student Services by May 1, 2018 will be included in the graduation program. There are NO EXCEPTIONS to this deadline.

Senior Stu dents and Families

If you have not paid your senior dues, please order your cap and gown at gabalfour.com by March 15th to avoid a late fee.  Gowns from previous years cannot be reused as this year’s fabric has changed.  The cap and gown fee is $65. 

Graduation Yard Signs are now available.  For details and to place an order, visit VIPdecals.com

PARENT SURVEY: School Climate 

ATTENTION PARENTS OF STUDENTS: RHS Administration asks that you ta ke this simple survey meant for high school parents and guardians. It should take no longer than 10 minutes to complete.

Parent Survey

Dual Enrollment Info

Interesting in participating in Dual Enrollment (this includes College English) during the 2018-2019 school year? Click below for a copy of the Dual Enrollment Checklist from Student Services.  You must complete all REQUIRED steps to be eligible to participate. Come to Student Services if you have questions.

Dual Enrollment Information

Course Registration for 2018-19

 RHS Course Catalog 2018-19

February 20 RHS students receive course registration paperwork in Advisement
February 22

AP/Honors/Dual Enrollment Info Night                     
6:30 PM in Main Gym

Tag Meeting will be at 5:30 PM in the Auditorium

Parents are invited to hear information about course requirements for AP and Honors level.  Parents of rising 9th graders from Crabapple and Elkins Pointe are welcome to bring registration materials with questions. 

February 23 Registration paperwork is collected in Advisement
March 14/16 Course request verifications sent home/returned
March 20

Crabapple MS 8th grade visit

Private School Registration (see below)

March 29

Elkins Pointe MS 8th grade visit

Private School Registration (see below)

April 20 Final verifications sent home
April 30 Final deadline for changes to course requests


P rivate School Pre-Registration

Learn more about time and dates for pre-registration of rising 9th-12th graders. 

School Governance Council Candidates Need Your Vote

Vote March 19 – March 23, 2018

Roswell High School will be electing representatives to serve on the School Governance Council. We will be electing parent/guardian positions and teacher positions for our spring election. Our School Governance Council has a leadership role in the governance of the school. The Council works with the principal in setting the long-term vision and strategy for the school. They are responsible for approving the school’s strategic plan and budget recommendations, as well as designing innovative solutions to increase academic achievement and meet the unique needs of our school community. 

Qualified Candidate Statements:

Parent Candidates:

Diana Greenburg

RHS Parents!  As a candidate for SGC parent representative, I am asking for your vote.  I am interested in working with the SGC to represent you, and explore innovative ideas to move RHS further down the path already blazed by past faculty, parents and students. Professionally, I have worked in strategic technology since 1997, initially as an SAP developer for PriceWaterhouse.  In 2009 I transitioned to program management as an independent consultant for large/at risk implementations working for companies such as BP Amoco & Delta Air Lines.  My work required generating innovative and agile solutions, engaging with executives in evaluating priorities including budget/timeline tradeoffs, determining the next smallest unit of achievable work to build momentum, and addressing corporate culture as a component of any successful change. Academically, I have balanced my technology leanings with undergraduate studies at the University of California at Berkeley in Psychology, with a focus on early childhood development, and I obtained a Master’s degree at Indiana University in Educational Psychology with a focus on Higher Education.  I have recently taken a leave of absence from the corporate world in favor of staying home with my teen son and daughter, to ensure I stay connected with them as they navigate their high school years.  I hope to be able to add value to the strategic planning process for RHS in support of all of our children.  Thank you in advance for your consideration.

Erika Lewis

I have been a part of the Roswell Family since 2010. I have one son that graduated in 2013 and one graduating this year in May. My third and youngest son has two years left of high school. As a parent and member of this community, I want the opportunity to aid Roswell High School in its continuous advancement and improvements to benefit all students.  Thank you for the consideration!

Teacher Candidate:

Tara Dugan

I am a science teacher, coach and assistant athletic director. Throughout my day I interact with the lowest performing/socioeconomic group to the highest performing/socioeconomic group. I see all levels of participation at the school and I am actively involved in helping our students.

Google Scholarship and Computer Science Summer Institute 

Work Based Learning Coordinator, L. Flemister

Learn more and apply here!

Find The College That's Right For You!

 Visit the College Fair !


New RHS School Dress Code

Working alongside the student government, RHS administration has approved a new dress code that will go into effect November 27th, or after Thanksgiving Break. Please read the above pdf for more information. 

Please check out the Roswell High School Student Tech Team Website
Click on the image or the link below.  
The link will always be found at the bottom of this page on the right margin


Code of Conduct Guidelines
Dear Roswell High School Stakeholder,

The Roswell High School Administrative team has developed the discipline guidelines for the 2017-2018 school year.

It is the belief of the leadership at Roswell High School that discipline serves two purposes:
1. To teach students to discipline themselves so they can learn the habits and skills that will enable them to become productive members of society
2. To provide a safe, orderly, and secure learning environment so teachers can teach and students can learn.

Please read more details at codeofconductRHS2017-18.pdf

Notification to the parents of the screening and referral proces for Gifted Services  Please Read

We Are Roswell – Career Technology

Great work and initiatives by some of Roswell High School’s Career & Technical Education students are highlighted in this video produced by FultonSchools!  The video features interviews with Ms. Kennedy’s Broadcast Video Program, students from Mr. Elliot’s Construction Technology Program (see minute 13:30), as well as interviews with a few of Mr. Lee’s top Computer Science students (see minute 24:30) .

GSNSP Transfers
As a provision of the Georgia Special Needs Scholarship Program (GSNSP), parents of students with disabilities who receive special education services may choose to transfer their child to another public school in Fulton County. Parents can request a transfer to another public school as long as there is available space at that school and the school has a program with the services agreed to in the student’s existing individualized education program.   If you are interested in more information about the GSNSP in Fulton County schools and want to access the online application form, please visit the GSNSP information page.  The application window is March 1-May 1, 2016.  Questions may be directed to the Services for Exceptional Children department at servicesforexceptionalchildren@fultonschools.org

Students Enrolled in Off-Campus Virtual Classes
Students who take virtual classes off campus in lieu of classes at the high school campus may arrive at a later time or leave at an earlier time than the typical arrival and dismissal times of the school.  Students taking online classes off campus are not permitted to loiter on campus during the respective periods and may face disciplinary consequences for loitering.  It is the responsibility of the student and his/her parents or guardians to provide transportation and to arrange timely pick up from and drop off for school.  Students being dropped off after the start of the school day must report to their class on time.  No excused absences will be given for arriving to school late.

Personal Fitness Waiver

Who is eligible for the waiver?

Students who successfully complete one season of marching band or one season of a GHSA-sanctioned sport offered at RHS are eligible to utilize the waiver. In addition, students who successfully complete three years of JROTC are eligible for the waiver.  Find out more about the waiver with the Personal Fitness Waiver FAQ!

Personal Fitness Waiver Request Form

Who can I contact for questions about the waiver?
For questions, please contact your child’s school counselor and/or any of the following school staff:

Curriculum Assistant Principal Segena Ponder ponders@fultonschools.org
Band Director Michael Moon moonm@fultonschools.org  
JROTC Instructor Anthony Duplechien duplechiena@fultonschools.org

House Bill 91 Information (Former Students - Waiver of Georgia High School Graduation Test)
Please find information about completing the required petition at the following link: https://www3.fultonschools.org/hb91/home/index2 . This link contains the petition and a Q&A that contains an email that can be used by former students to ask questions /or to receive guidance. You can also email DiplomaPetition@fultonschools.org directly for more information.

Student Growth Model Information

Student Growth Model Parent Letter

Student Growth Sample Report

Click the following link to view the Georgia Student Growth Model  page on the GADOE website.

Computer Usage Policy per Fulton County Guidelines

Attention students and staff. There are specific rules regarding the use of digital technology within Fulton County. Please reference District Policy as well as District Procedures to better understand the regulations that you “accept every time you log on” to th e Fulton Schools Network!

Daily Announcements

View morning announcements

Helpful Documents



Sweep Bus Stop Locations​​

School Governance Council

Student Services

High School Initial Placements Guidelines 2018-2019

Explore your Online Learning Options


Dual Enrollment

Digital Citizenship at Roswell HS

RHS Technology Integration

Athlete Parent Handbook

Device Information

PTSA Newsletters

Submit Something for the PTSA Newsletter

February 23, 2018

December 15, 2017

December 8, 2017

December 1, 2017

November 17, 2017

November 10, 2017

November 3, 2017

October 20, 2017

October 13, 2017

September 29, 2017

September 22, 2017

September 15, 2017

September 8, 2017

August 31, 2017

August 25, 2017

August 18, 2017

August 11, 2017

Events at a Glance ​​​​​​​​

March 12, 2018- Make-Up Weather Day/ School in Session

​March 15, 16 & 17, 2018 – Legally Blonde, The Musical/Aud/7:00 pm

Sat, March 17th – College Application Bootcamp/10am-1pm/Media Center​

Sat, March 17th – Roswell Rotary Relays at Roswell High School, 9:00am​: Information​​

March 18, 2018– Legally Blonde, The Musical/3:00pm/Aud

Tues, March 20th – Crabapple MS 8th gr to visit RHS/Private School Pre-Registration/9:30am/Aud​

Wed, March 21st – Katha Stuart Comm Mtg/9:30am/Sweet Apple Elem

Saturday, March 24, 2018 – PROM, Railroad Freight Depot, Atlanta

Thurs, March 29th – Elkins Pointe MS 8th gr to RHS/Private School Pre-Registration/9:30am/Aud

April 2-6, 2018- Spring Break

April 12th, 2018- Senior Parent Graduation Mtg/6:30pm/Aud

Tues, May 15th – Senior Baccalaureate Practice/Roswell United Methodist Church/4-4:45 pm

Sun, May 20th – Senior Baccalaureate Service/Roswell United Methodist Church/3pm

Thurs, May 24, 2018Graduation, Ray Manus Stadium, 7:30 PM

May 24, 2018- Last Day of School​​

The RHS Nestwork (Student Tech Team Website)


Click the image to purchase athletic tickets from GoFan.



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 Reunion Info

Class of '98 
Celebrating 20 Years!

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