For the fourth time in six years,
Rome High School has been named a
“Best High School in America”
by U.S. News & World Report for 2013.
Rome High was selected a “Silver Award” winner and ranked as the 46th high school in Georgia out of 400 high schools.
RHS will be conducting AP, EOCT, and Final Exams for the next two weeks.
Please understand that we will not be able to call students out of classes during testing.
If your student is scheduled to take an AP exam, he/she will not be admitted into testing if they arrive late. Please make sure your student is on campus 15 minutes prior to the AP exam and in the classroom no later than 5 minutes before the exam begins.
Caps and Gowns will be distributed to Seniors during LUNCH on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
All PLC Student may pick up the cap and gown on Wednesday.
For more information, please contact Holly Matthews.
Students in Rome City Schools will take the EOCT the week of May 13-17. The End Of Course Test is administered to all students in grades 9-12 in the following courses: Coordinate Algebra, Math I, Math II, 9th Literature, American Literature, US History, Economics, Biology and Physical Science. All principals, testing coordinators, test examiners, and proctors have gone through extensive training on test security, distribution and collection of testing materials, administration of the test, and professional ethics. If there is a breach of testing security, professional ethics, improper handling of materials or improper administration of the test; the state has provided procedures that will be followed. The procedures include an investigation and protocol for reporting to the state department.
This information is located under the Parent option at the top of the page--under the AP Information link.
2013-2014 Summer Reading Information is located under the Summer Reading tab.
Summer School for Rome High School will begin
Tuesday, May 28th.
The program will end Wednesday, July 3rd.
Summer School Sessions will be held Mondays through Thursdays
from 8:30 am until 12:30 pm.
The cost is: $20 per 1/2 credit
REGISTRATION will be held May 22nd from 8:30 until 12:00 in the Guidance Office.
Classes will be filled in order of grade level beginning with 12th graders.
Katie Clay took 4th place in Girl's Dramatic Interpretation
Laura Whitlow took 4th place in Girl's Extemporaneous Speaking.
The points from these placings earned Rome High 4th place overall out of the more than 40 schools represented in AAAAA.
in the area of Chemistry.
Congratulations to Our Five Alternates:
Jessica Cole - Dance
Kylie Copeland - Dance
Rhesa Detweiler - Dance
Lucy Lansing - Social Studies
Peyton McElhone - Mathematics
The Rome Literary Team dominated the Region Tournament, placing in every event and Winning 1st Place overall by a large margin.
For Essay, RaShaun Loveless took 4th in Boys and Kylie Copeland took 3rd in Girls.
The Girls Trio - Tessa Howard, Kristan Mayo & Whitney Davis - took 2nd place.
Tyler Gallagher took 3rd place in Boys Extemp.
Kyle Huey took 2nd place in Boys Dramatic Interp.
Diana Romo took 2nd place in Girls Solo.
Placing first place in their event and qualifying for the State Tournament on the 16th:
Katie Clay for Girls Dramatic Interpretation.
Kyle Huey for Boys Solo.
Laura Whitlow for Girls Extemporaneous Speaking.
And The Boys Quartet - Matthew Nedvin, James Douglas, Zach Kinsey & Avery Harris.
This is the strongest Rome has ever finished in Regional competition, earning 47 sweepstakes points, and the most first place finishes we've had.
Be sure to keep updated on the latest scores and schedule changes by visiting RomeWolvesAthletics.net and following us on Twitter and Facebook at Rome Wolves Gameday.
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For a list of information needed to enroll a new student at RHS, please click here.
For more information, please contact the guidance department at 706-235-9653.