If you would like to volunteer to help with Device Collection on May 10th, please sign up here.
May 7th & 8th- Early Turn-In Media Center
This will be for the following people…
Anyone that is not on campus at all
Anyone that does not take science at RHS
Any senior that is ready to turn in
Anyone taking the AP tests on Thursday the 10th- US Government, Chinese Language and Culture & Environmental Science.
May 10th- Device Collection Day- All devices will be turned in through the science classes.
Please take a moment to make sure you ask your child to show you their device, charge and pen. If something is missing, please try to locate it. If you can’t you can follow the directions below to pay for the item. After May 10th, a hold will be placed on your child’s transcripts and report card until all items are paid for or returned.
Microsoft Surface 3 Fines
You can bring cash, a chack, or you can pay online. Once the charges are paid, the hold will be taken off your records. If you would like to pay online, click here.
1st offense $100
2nd offense $300
Accessories Lost or damaged:
Keyboard - $130
Pen - $60
Power Brick - $20
Power Cord - $20
Moving or Transferring Schools?
If you will not be returning to Roswell High School next year, please stop by Ms. Townsends' office in Student Services to let her know where you will be attending and pick up an information sheet on transferring. Thank you.
AP Parents/Guardians – The College Board Advanced Placement Tests (AP) begin on Monday, May 7 and run through Friday, May 18. The morning sessions begin at 8 am and the afternoon sessions begin at 12:00pm. Please have your student at the testing location 15 minutes prior to the session start time. The schedule is listed on the collegeboard website:
***AP Testing Schedule***
Milestones EOC Testing
Milestone EOC testing will take place April 23rd – May 4th. Please see the schedule and ensure that your student is present for their required test. FVS and GAVS schedules and located on the last page.
Spring Testing Dates|
April 23 - May 04, 2018: Georgia Milestones End of Course
High School Students take an end-of-course assessment in the following courses:
English Language Arts:
Ninth Grade Literature and Composition
American Literature and Composition
Al gebra I or Coordinate Algebra
Geometry or Analytic Geometry
United States History
May 7-18, 2018: Advanced Placement (AP) Exams for AP students
| May 21-24 Final Exams. May 22-24 are Half Days.|
Tuesday, May 22, 2018
8:20 AM 1st Period Exam
10:30 AM 2nd Period Exam
Monday, May 21, 2018
1:31 PM Senior 5th & 6th Exam
Wednesday, May 23, 2018
8:20 AM 3rd Period Exam
10:30 AM 4th Period Exam
| Tuesday, May 22, 2018|
8:20 AM 1st Period Exam
10:30 AM 2nd Period Exam
| Thursday, May 24, 2018
8:20 AM 5th Period Exam
10:30 AM 6th Period Exam
| Wednesday, May 23, 2018|
8:20 AM 3rd Period Exam
10:30 AM 4th Period Exam
A "Grab and Go" Bag Lunch will be available in the Cafeteria after dismissal on May 22-24.
No exams will be given before their scheduled time
Buses will depart at 12:40 The campus is closed at 12:40 and no students should be at school (the
exception will be made for students receiving extended time accommodations).
Students still waiting on a ride will be asked to wait outside or in the atrium.
During Final Exam Week (May 21, 2018 - May 23, 2018) There will be no after school practices,
meetings, rehearsals, or student events!
Need to get ready for ELA next year and don’t want to drive around to tutors? Mrs. Bregeth is offering a mini-online course this summer to prepare students for 11th and 12 grade ELA classes (but all classes are welcome). It’s completely online and totally self-paced; only one lesson a day.
Register in May and get a 20% discount off the course! Promo code is OFF20May.
Families of the Graduates: Purchase a beautiful bouquet for your graduate on their big day! Bouquets will be available to purchase on site or if you wish to pre-order. Please see the below flyer and link:
New Student Registration Summer 2018
Do you need a parking spot for the 2018-19 year?
Download and print the following instructions, application, rules, and regulations!
Rising Senior Portrait Information – Class of 2019
Cady Studios visited our current juniors in study hall to provide them information about scheduling appointments for Senior Portraits. Act now to secure an appointment slot over the summer so you can be included in the yearbook. See the flyer for details:
Class of 2019 Rising Senior Portrait Info
SENIOR STUDENT AND PARENT INFORMATION
For detailed information about Graduation and Senior Events, please click on the Senior Graduation Letter Link:
Required Senior Exit Survey
Fulton County requires every 12th grade student to complete the Senior Exit Survey regarding plans after graduation. Please click the link below and complete this survey by April 27th. Failure to complete this required survey can delay participation in graduation activities. Click the link below to get started!
FCS 2018 High School Senior Exit Survey
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.
June 5th -7th
See Flyer for Details
***Work Based Learning***
Summer School 2018 registration is now open.
Students can choose between face-to-face or online options.
Face-to Face summer school will be held at Alpharetta High School this year. Bus transportation will be provided to and from Roswell High School. Only specific courses will be offered face-to-face. Face-to-face summer school will run from June 11-July 13 from 8:30am to 12:30pm. Registration: https://fultonsummer.geniussis.com
. Contact your student's counselor for more details.
Online options are offered through either Georgia Virtual or Fulton V irtual schools. Failed courses may be re-taken through Fulton Virtual S chool at no cost. Courses taken for the first time will cost $225 per half credit. Fulton Virtual Summer School will run from June 4 – July 13. Registration: http://fulton.geniussis.com/PublicStudentCourseRegistration.aspx
Georgia Virtual courses are $250 per half-credit regardless of whether you are taking the course for the first time or previously failed the course. GA Virtual Registration: www.gavirtualschool.org
. Ga Virtual has multiple start dates and ends on July 13.
* 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 .
Accounting Career Awareness Program Opportunity for Minority Students
Visit the website to learn more and apply!***
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!
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.
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) .
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 email@example.com
Band Director Michael Moon firstname.lastname@example.org
JROTC Instructor Anthony Duplechien email@example.com
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!
View Morning Announcements
RHS Course Catalog 2018-19
RHS Student Handbook 2017-18
Parking Instructions, Application, And Rules
Sweep Bus Stop Locations
School Governance Council
High School Initial Placements Guidelines 2018-2019
Explore your Online Learning Options
Exam Exemption Policy 2017-18
Digital Citizenship at RHS
RHS Technology Integration
Athlete Parent Handbook
Events at a Glance
May 7th – AP Testing Begins
May 9th – Kath Stuart Comm Mtg./9:30 AM/Vickery Mill Elem
May 14th – Principal’s Town Hall/6:00 PM/Aud
May 14th – Booster Club Info Night/7:00 PM/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
May 22, 23, 24 – Final Exams – School dismisses at 12:30 PM; Senior Exams 21st-23rd
Thurs, May 24, 2018 –Graduation, Ray Manus Stadium, 7:30 PM
May 24, 2018- Last Day of School
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March 30, 2018
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
The RHS Nestwork (Student Tech Team Website)
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Girls Soccer AAAAAAA Quarterfinals!!
Friday, May 4th, 8:00pm
At Milton HS
Class of '98
Celebrating 20 Years!