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Advanced Placement

Advanced Placement Advanced Placement courses give students the opportunity to study rigorous, college-level material in a high school setting. Students are encouraged to take national AP Exams in May each year and can earn college credits based on their test scores. Each year, RRHS recognizes over 50 “AP Scholars” – students who have achieved various levels of success on exams nationally. RRHS has a full AP program and currently offers 20 AP courses to students. History courses are available at each grade level and fulfill the core history requirement - Human Geography (9), World History (10), U.S. History (11), U.S. Government (12) and Macroeconomics (12). In English, students can study Literature and Composition as juniors and English Language and Composition as seniors. Science offers a variety of options with Chemistry, Biology, Environmental Science and four courses of Physics. In mathematics, students can study Statistics or Calculus AB/BC. Other elective choices include Psychology, Art History, Music Theory, and Spanish Language. Skills learned in AP courses are a great way to prepare for college. Dual Enrollment RRHS partners with CNM, UNM Los Alamos, and SIPI to provide students the opportunity to earn college credit as well as elective credit towards graduation. These courses are offered either on or off campus. The tuition fee as well as the cost of textbooks is waived. Students are required to take and pass either one Dual Enrollment class or earn one Advanced Placement credit or one Distance Learning credit in order to receive a standard diploma. Students must successfully complete one of these three choices to graduate. AVID AVID (Advancement via Individual Determination) is a 6th – 12th grade program designed to prepare students for four-year college eligibility. Acceptance into the program is determined through an application process. The curriculum consists of reading and writing strategies, inquiry, team building, collaboration techniques and organization skills. Weekly tutoring and additional support is provided to assist students in advanced classes along with motivational activities to encourage college aspirations. Clubs and School Sponsored Activities RRHS offers a wide variety of school-sponsored teams, clubs, and organizations. Why become involved in co-curricular activities? Participation develops skills in leadership, character, communication, teamwork, decision-making, self-worth, and individual potential. Aeronautics and Rocketry Club AVID Best Buddies Bowling Chess Club Creative Cooking Club D.E.C.A. Marketing Educators Rising E-Sports (Video gaming) Club Fearless History Day International Club Key Club M- cubed (Math) Club National Art Honor Society National Honor Society Native American Student Union Photography Club Pro-Start (Culinary) Club Robotics ROTC Science Olympiad Sew What? (Sewing) Student Council Thespians Yearbook Club/Activities by Career Path Key: Humanities-Blue, Science/Math-Red, Fine Arts-Purple, Engineering/Technology-Green, Business/Entrepreneurship, - Yellow, Black or no color – can be applied to all Career Pathways Student Support Teams Student Support Teams consists of 2 counselors and an assistant principal at each grade level. The student will have the same counselor and assistant principal throughout their high school career. The counselors provide a safety net and assistance in scheduling and meeting graduation requirements. Counselors meet with every student on a yearly basis to provide a Next Step Plan, which is a guide to the courses the student should take in subsequent high school years. Our district provides all students with a web-based service called Naviance, which augments the Next Step Plan and provides additional resources for students to investigate career and academic interests online. The Student Support Team’s primary goal is to graduate every student 13


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