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The RHS Girls' Basketball team will be having a callout in the main gym on Thursday, September 24th during homeroom. Any girl interested in playing basketball this winter should attend this callout meeting.

Bowling callout will be Thursday September 24th during activity period in the cafeteria.

Any Sophomore that has not signed up for a homecoming activity please report to room 203 during homeroom today.

Good Luck to Volleyball and Boys Soccer at Maconaquah

Happy Birthday to Kaden Heishman, Colton Ferverda


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  • Food Delivery
    For the 2020-2021 school year, school meals may be delivered to students enrolled in the school district but not present on the school campus, as long as the meals are requested by the parent/guardian. For meal delivery, we must have your permission to share your information with Rochester Staff and volunteers who are making deliveries. Please email if you want school meal deliveries and approve to share your information with Rochester Staff and volunteers. You may also request to pick up meals at Rochester High School at the Zebby doors. In your email response, please provide the name of each child that you are requesting meals for and the school they normally attend. Also provide the address where deliveries should be made. Please note, meals can only be provided to students who are currently enrolled in the school district. These meals will be charged to your students lunch account accordingly. Deliveries will run August 17 through August 21 for all students, and will continue for virtual students after school resumes on August 24. To place your food request call Kathy Wilkinson at 574-223-2159 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 3 p.m. Thursday, August 13.

    Rochester High School's Virtual Plan

    Rochester High School new student registration dates are Mon., July 27 - Thurs., July 30 from 8am-3pm.  Appointments will need to be scheduled with your students counselor:  Ms. Lisa Andrews, grades 10 & 12; Mrs. Tara Seuferer, grades 9 & 11.  Please be sure to bring your students birth certificate, social security card, and proof of residency.  You can schedule an appointment via email or call 223-2176.
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    2018 – 2019 Profile

                                                           General Information

               Grades 9-12                                                                                  Principal - 1
             2018-2019 School Population                                                     Assistant Principal - 1
                       493 students                                                                       Counselors - 2
                       263 male                                                                              Media Specialist - 1
                       230 female                                                                           Nurse - 1
              Teachers - 36                                                                                Secretaries - 5

                                                                            SAT Scores

    Class of


    # Testing

    Avg. Critical Reading

    Avg. Math

    Avg. Total Score


    125 83- (66%)

    458 468 926
    2013 129 85- (66%)

    484 537 1021
    2014 125 76- (61%)

    479 477 956
    2015 115 79- (69%)

    485 490 975
    2016 132 76- (58%)

    475 472 947
    2017 120 81- (68%)

    521 507 1028
    2018 145 83- (57%)

    534 518 1058
    2019 138 75- (54%)

    535 502 1037

    Class of 2019 Statistics

                                    138 Graduates
                                    Average SAT score for Top Ten Students –1203
                                    Academic & Technical Honors Diploma Recipients - 13
                                    Academic Honors Diploma Recipients – 32
                                            Technical Honors - 0            
                                    Core 40 Diploma Recipients – 73
                                    General Diplomas - 16
                                    Certificates - 4

                                    Future Plans:
                                             4 - year college - 47.1%
                                             2 - year college - 7.2%
                                            Voc/Tech college - 5.8%
                                            Work - 17.4%
                                            Military - 8%
                                            Undecided - 14.5%
  • Zebra New Tech High applies to all four grade levels. But more than "new tech", RHS strives to meet student needs. Great opportunities exist for students in all areas:
    • Studying Biomedical Science in our science department
    • Studying Spanish or Chinese to improve foreign language speaking and listening skills
    • Studying World Languages while also gaining an understanding for the cultural aspect
    • Studying engineering in our Project Lead The Way curriculum
    • Learning 21st Century Skills in all classes (collaboration, work ethics, oral presentation, written communication, research, technology)
    • Vocational courses leading to certification in designated areas
    • Fine arts (art and music) and practical arts (agriculture and family and consumer science)
    • Over 30 classes to earn dual credit for high school and college
    American students are falling behind the rest of the world. As educators, students and parents we need to rededicate ourselves to excellence. A stronger partnership needs to exist between parents and educators. Please check your student's status using Harmony (report cards and attendance) and Echo. For Echo, the day to day organizational system used by students, use your student's login and password to check assignments, due dates and daily grades.
    As educators we need to communicate with parents when students are excelling or struggling. Our focus must be on student success.
  • Honored in 2014 and 2015 with 'A' Grade.RHS2

Parent Faqs During COVID-19

Financial aid help available on mobile app
New college students and those returning for the 2019-2020 school year can now fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid form from their smartphones.

The My Student Aid app can be used to complete the FAFSA or check federal student aid history. Not only is this convenient, but it is also beneficial to those who may rely on their phones for internet access.

The FAFSA is a form that needs to be filed annually to determine financial aid eligibility for college students and those planning to attend school. Regardless of income level, every college student should file a FAFSA each year. The deadline for filing for the 2019-2020 academic year is April 15, 2019.

The FAFSA can also be filled out online at www.fafsa.gov. If you need assistance submitting the application, call 1-800-4FED-AID.

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