Rome High School

1000 Veterans Memorial Highway Rome, Georgia 30161 (706) 235-9653

Fall Break will be September 29 - October 3rd.
Classes resume Monday, October 6th.

College Night has been RESCHEDULED for
ecember 4th at 6:30 pm.
We will hold the College Night AND FAFSA night on this date.

Congratulations to the RHS Cross Country Teams!

New bus routes will begin on Monday, September 8. Click here for details.

Take a look at what's been going on at RHS this month!

Yearbooks and Senior Ads are for sale!
Click below to purchase yours today!

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Please click the appropriate link to purchase your yearbook or senior ad.
You may also purchase these items by contacting Ms. Amanda Howell at

Senior Ads are Due October 10th-November 10! Please see the form for more information. 

2014-2015 All Students Proficient NEW Policy

1. Any grade below “70” is considered not proficient, however for 2014 – 2015 only
assignments associated with “test” grades can be invoked for “All Students Proficient”.

2. Make up work from absences should follow the attendance policy which stated two
school days to make up each school day missed due to an excused absence.

3. “All Students Proficient” applies to grades weighted and scored as “tests” that students
turn in, or do, that are not proficient.

4. Students who invoke “All Students Proficient” will have 10 school days from the time
the teacher publishes the grade to Power School to ‘redo/raise the test assignment” to

5. The maximum grade earned on a make-up assignment is “70”.

6. Each department could develop a schedule for students to recover assignments below
“70”. Some examples: (a) each teacher is responsible for his/her own students, (b)
each department could schedule one or two teachers per week to cover before/after
school make-up. Each teacher’s individual plan should be clearly stated on the teacher’s
course outline given to the students in August (or when they arrive to school if a new

7. Make-up assignments/tests/projects/essays may be in a different format as long as the
same standards are assessed.

8. If a student was not proficient on the first attempt, they will most likely not be proficient
on the make-up assignment. Therefore, tutoring may be necessary before scheduling a
make-up assignment.

2013-2014 RHS Highlights of the Year.

For the fifth time in seven years, Rome High School has been named a “Best High School in America” by U.S. News & World Report for 2014.


The Rome High School Literary Team took 2nd place in the 5AAAAA Region.


Rome High School has been named, for the second year in a row, as a 2014 AP STEM School and a 2014 AP STEM Achievement School by the Georgia Department of Education!


Twenty-six students from Rome High School have been named “All State” Chorus.


Health Occupations Students of America won 2nd place for Transcultural Healthcare and 3rd place for Creative Problem Solving 3rd place.


The Rome High Boy's and Girl's Track Team won the Floyd County Track Championship!

Zach Cook and Alan Loveman save a baby from a hot car.


Elijah Kerr-Brown won a state wrestling championship in the 170 pound class for 5AAAAA schools representing Rome High School.


Lucy Lansing, Rome High Valedictorian,  was named a “Georgia Scholar

Alan Hester was selected as 3rd chair in the Georgia All State Orchestra as a freshman.


Col. Washington, Sgt. Thrash, and the entire Rome High Air Force Junior ROTC Unit secured the rating of "Exceeding Standards" the "highest rating obtainable" recently from the United States Air Force.


Lindsey Wren won 2nd place in the Atlanta Hawks Poetry Slam.


Brady Drake, Christopher Fincher, Nick Ehmann and Matthew Nedvin won the 2nd straight State Championship in Men's Quartet.


Matthew Nedvin, Rome High junior,  was a finalist for the Georgia Governor's Honors Program.


Freshman Kolby Hutchens at Rome High School receives Citizens First Financial Achievement Award


Rome High Baseball and Boys’ Soccer team advanced to the state playoffs


Rome High’s Bo Tucker was named “All-State” for baseball


Rome High seniors earned over 2.2 million dollars in scholarships over the HOPE Scholarship

ome High School!

For the fifth time in seven years, Rome High School has been named a

“Best High School in America”

by U.S. News & World Report for 2014.

Rome High was selected a “Silver Award” winner and ranked as the 43rd high school in Georgia out of 418 high schools.

Click the USNews badge for more information from their website.

Parents: Please note that the PowerSchool web address has changed. You can now access PowerSchool at

Congratulations to RHS for being named a 2014 AP Honor School

On February 24, 2014, Superintendent Barge named 462 Advanced Placement Honor Schools. 

Rome High School has been named, for the second year in a row, as a 2014 AP STEM School and a 2014 AP STEM Achievement School by the Georgia Department of Education! 

Go Wolves!


AP STEM SCHOOLS: Schools with students testing in at least two (2) AP math courses and two (2) AP science courses (AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, AP Statistics, AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP Environmental Science, AP Physics B, AP Physics C, AP Computer Science)

AP STEM ACHIEVEMENT SCHOOLS: Schools with students testing in at least 2 AP math courses and 2 AP science courses and at least 40% of the exam scores on AP math and AP science exams earning scores of three (3) or highe

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This Week at RHS...

Monday, September 15


Tuesday, September 16

-  Volleyball V @ Dalton – 5:00pm -Softball vs. Woodland– 5:30pm
-Swim Meeting w/Parents – 6:00pm - Commons

Wednesday, Sept. 17

- Club Rotation (10:10 am – 10:30 am) 2nd Club Meeting
       -Kitty Hawk – ROTC – Thrash/Washington
       -FBLA – Media Center – Montgomery/Nichols
       -Key Club – M9 – Millard
       -Spanish – Commons – Thornton/Young
       -Junior Optimist – B4 – Pierce/Ollis
       -FCA – Theatre – Lovingood
       -FCCLA – G-9 – Henderson/Hayes/Stephens
       -Drama - ITS – C5 – Godfrey
       -BEAR – D10 –Zobel
       -Junior Civitan – Gym – J. Dougherty/Massey

Thursday, September 18

- Volleyball JV/V @ Harralson Co. – 5:00pm
-Football JV @ Model – 5:30pm
-Cross Country Rome/Floyd Invitational @ Ridge Ferry Park – 5:00PM
- Softball @ Dalton– 5:55pm

Friday, September 19

- Football V @ Creekview – 7:30pm 

Saturday, September 20

- Cheerleading Competition @ Pepperall                                                 -Volleyball JV @ SE Whitfield – TBA

-Band Practice – RHS Bandroom - 9:00 – 3:30pm

Sunday, September 21


PowerSchool Links

Click here for the PowerSchool Teacher link.

Click here for the PowerSchool Parent link. 

SRI for Students

Click here for the Scholastic Reading Inventory

Health Survey

Achievement Series

Click the link for access to Student Achievement Series.

Employee Email Link

Teachers As Advisors