Sports: Baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, track and field, volleyball, water polo, wrestling
Signature field trips: Senior trip, college tours
Clubs: Rosemont students enjoy more than 30 clubs.
The arts: Painting, drawing, ceramics, band, orchestra, guitar, piano, drama and theater production
Rosemont High School is a school that the Rosemont community dreamed of for 40 years. We have every intention of fulfilling that dream by ensuring that Rosemont students are committed to changing the world for the better. Students can choose from a variety of college and career pathways: Leadership and Enrichment through Academic Development (LEAD), Green Academy, and Energy, Science and Engineering Academy (ESEA).
Students and staff from the School of Engineering and Science and Rosemont High School’s Energy, Science and Engineering Academy visited with state legislators, including Senator Richard Pan and Assemblyman Ken Cooley, during California State University Community Partnerships Advocacy Day at the Capitol.
The focus of the day was to discuss the work of the partnership to increase college access and success, especially for underrepresented students, and build a pipeline of students from high school through the university in the energy, science and engineering pathways.
Keiera Bradley is an inspiring, hardworking, and optimistic young adult and recent graduate at Rosemont High School. She is the oldest of three, a sister who is 16 and will be a junior as well as a brother who is 13 and will be in 8th grade next year. Keiera was raised by a hardworking and single mother who was determined to provide her children with better opportunities.
The Rosemont High School winter percussion unit won the Intermediate division championship at the Northern California Band Association’s Tournament of Champions held at Las Plumas High School in Oroville on April 6.
This championship competition pits schools from all over Northern California and western Nevada. It is the culmination of a 10-week long season of competitions.
Rosemont High School students continue to serve the community, building a strong sense of civic responsibility among the teens. Here, students are visited by Assemblyman Ken Cooley while manning a recycling booth at an Earth Day event.
Andrew Maalouf was recently named “Mayor of Rosemont” for his dedication to Rosemont over the course of four years. Andrew is a key component in the Rosemont community and he has worked every Essence of Rosemont community event since 2010.
This is an exciting 7-week program that gives incoming 9th grade students the privilege of helping out their community through service learning opportunities that address community issues and concerns.
After completing 120 hours of service, students will earn; 5 high school elective credits. Free breakfast and lunch provided daily. Program includes field trips, performances, and an end of summer Showcase!
Dates: June 16- July 31, 2014
Times: Monday – Thursday, 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Locations: Hiram Johnson, C. K. McClatchy (@California Middle), John F. Kennedy, Health Professions, Rosemont, School of Engineering & Sciences and Luther Burbank High Schools
Representatives from the Allstate Foundation presented Rosemont High School’s LEAD Academy with a $500 award promoting driver safety. LEAD students look forward to an ongoing partnership with Allstate.
In other Rosemont news: Rosemont students who attended O.W. Erlewine Elementary School visited their grade school alma mater on February 1.The students shared some inspiring reading material and explained how reading relates to their high school experience at Rosemont.
In Rebecca Siegert’s English class, the clock is running. Students have two minutes to write down their thoughts about the symbols and themes in artist Grant Wood’s famous painting “American Gothic,” which is projected on a screen. Heads are down. Pens are moving.
Students in Rosemont High School’s Green Academy have had a busy May! At the Green Restaurant Association of Sacramento (GRAS) Compost Awareness Festival, students distributed more than 300 tomato seedlings grown in biology class and gave out freshly baked bread prepared by Chef Scott Singer’s culinary classes.
Students from the Masonry and Culinary Arts programs within Rosemont’s Green Academy recently walked over to Sequoia Elementary to prepare Sequoia’s garden for its next growing season. This was the first Garden Service Day designed to enrich the community of schools in the Rosemont enrollment area through community service. Students spent the day clearing pathways, installing irrigation, setting a keystone wall garden bed, weeding, tending to raised beds and setting a decomposed granite path. Advanced Masonry students donated their personal time to prepare for this event – before and after school hours – marking pathways and calculating grade heights. The Green Academy at Rosemont High is one of the Linked Learning programs within SCUSD.
Rosemont High School students have won $500 from local television station FOX 40. Teens videotaped themselves singing and uploaded the videos to the station’s website. Because Rosemont was among the top five schools participating in the FOX 40 “Just Let Me Sing” contest, it was awarded $500 and was featured on a news segment. Congratulations Rosemont!
Advanced Placement (AP) college-level courses and exams offer high school students the opportunity to earn college credit, stand out in the competitive college admission process and prepare for the rigors of college through challenging classes.
Our students dream about their futures. They want to be engineers and nurses and chefs and video game designers and senators. They want to go to college. They want successful careers and lives filled with passion and purpose.
At SCUSD we are committed to helping all of our students achieve their dreams. Every school is focused on preparing students for college and careers through rigorous course work, positive relationships with caring adults and meaningful connections to the world at large.
Elementary, middle, and high school students are assigned to a designated neighborhood school based on where the student lives, as long as the school offers the services the student needs. Each neighborhood school has a defined geographic boundary and is intended to serve the students who live within that geographic boundary.
Go to our Attendance Area page for more information about school boundaries, attendance maps and our neighborhood school locator.
The Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (JROTC) is a federal program sponsored by the United States Armed Forces in high schools across the United States. The program was originally created as part of the National Defense Act of 1916 and later expanded under the 1964 ROTC Vitalization Act. The purpose of JROTC, according to federal code, is “to instill in students…the values of citizenship, service to the United States, and personal responsibility and a sense of accomplishment.” Additional objectives include: