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Thank you to the City of Rochester Hills for creating this amazing video of our Senior Walk!
Thank you to Heather Seymour from Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Bureau of Laboratories, for speaking to our Biology students. Heather presenting information on a variety of laboratory careers and shared equipment for the students to explore.
Are you a high school student looking for something to do this summer? Consider joining the Rochester Mountain Bike Team, a bike club uniting students from Adams, Rochester, and Stoney Creek High Schools. We ride Mondays and Wednesdays May thru October.
Need a bike? There are still some free rental bikes available in our bike library! Visit bit.ly/RMBTGetBike to apply for a season-long bike loan!
Did you know that mountain biking is now a club lettering sport? Students who participate in our varsity program can earn a club varsity letter. Space is limited! Register now at rmbtunited.com/register
The RHS Athletic Boosters is looking for someone to be the Concessions Chairperson. Concessions it is our largest fundraiser and it provides funds for each sports team. You can share the position with another person. It is so much fun to be part of the sporting events. If you are interested, please contact Debbie Jones @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rochester Interact students celebrated their accomplishments for the 2021-2022 school year at a Rochester Rotary meeting. Each senior needed to sponsor a Rotary event in order to earn their cords and at this meeting we had the pleasure of presenting our seniors with their honor cords. Congratulations Seniors!!
Looking to gain leadership experience while contributing to a great cause? The Rochester Area Neighborhood House is now accepting applications for our Executive Youth Board for the 2022-2023 school year. In an effort to help prepare area youth to become future leaders and humanitarians, board members gain a variety of experience by participating in events, public speaking, networking, fundraising initiatives and so much more.
Board members serve one school year term and must be from Adams High School, International Academy, Notre Dame High School, Rochester High School, Stoney Creek High School and Avondale High School. Getting involved is a great way for college preparation and there is even an opportunity to earn a college scholarship.
Learn more and apply here: https://www.ranh.org/executive-youth-board. Applications are due Friday, May 27.
We cannot wait to see what the future holds!
The highest award in Rotary is the Paul Harris Award. It is given to a Rotarian or a member of the community that has made an outstanding contribution to the community. We are honored to announce that Rochester High Junior Jade McLellan received this prestigious award at the Rochester Rotary meeting on May 17th. Congratulations Jade!
Thank you to Andrea Bittinger, a nurse anesthetist, from Oakland University and Beaumont for speaking to our AP Chemistry and AP Biology students. Students learned about a variety of operating room careers and were able to see some anesthesia equipment.
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DVD keepsake recordings of RCS 2022 commencement ceremonies!
DVDs of the 2022 graduation ceremonies for Rochester Adams, Rochester and Stoney Creek High School are offered at the low cost of $20 each and will be mailed to your home mid July.
One simple way to place an order!
Online by clicking here: 2022 Graduation Orders
Access to all three celebrations will still be broadcast live and available on YouTube.
Congratulations to the graduates of the class of 2022!
Dear Families of 9th and 11th grade Students,
Every two years Rochester Community Schools participates in an information gathering survey regarding student health behaviors. The survey is called MiPHY (Michigan Profile for Healthy Youth) and will take place at school before May 27, 2022. Attached please find the Parent Notification Form containing more information about the survey along with a fact sheet from the Michigan Department of Education and The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. If you prefer your child does not participate, please click on this link https://forms.gle/xRYXqU351fL27ye97 and complete the MiPHY Opt-Out Form information. The opt out link is also listed at the bottom on the Parent Notification Form. If your child will not participate in the survey, please complete the MiPHY Opt-Out Form by April 29, 2022.
At the Oxford Invitational, the girls 4X800 relay team of Wroza, Nixon, Talericio and Cook finished first!
With a 2-0 win over Athens and 1-1 tie vs. Troy, the Varsity team clinched the OAA red league title, way to go girls!
Rochester remains undefeated in league matches with a dominant victory over Troy Athens with a score of 168 to 185. The leading scorers today were Nathan Ollesheimer and Jack Taffel with 40, Joe Chasse with 41, and Vaughn Rodgers with 43. Way to go Falcons!
Recently we honored one of our former athletes that passed away suddenly in February at the age of 23 years old. Joe Schuler was a remarkable young man. He was just starting his teaching and coaching career in Holland, Michigan. Orange was his favorite color so we honored him at our meet against Clarkston H.S. It was a great evening with many alumni attending. We all want life to be a marathon, but sometimes it is a sprint, Joe lived an amazing life in those 23 years and he is greatly missed by all. Forever a Falcon.
New Balance Invitational Results:
-Gabe Mendoza finished 5th in the shot put at the recent New Balance Invitational
-Lucy Cook finished 1st in the 1600m run with a time of 4:59.88, the team of A’naia Herd, Valentina Matteocci, Mia Snellgrove and Lucy Cook finished 6th in 4x400m relay
Boys Lacrosse Results
Varsity beat L’Anse Creuse 10-4, JV beat LCN 9-4
Varsity beat Oxford 8-5, JV beat Oxford 5-3
Varsity beat Troy 10-9 and scored 5 unanswered goals for the win, JV won and improved to 10-0-3 on the season.
Varsity and JV beat Chippewa Valley improving their records to 11-0-3 for JV and and 10-5 for Varsity, Varsity has won 8 in a row!
Congrats to the JV baseball team on winning 2 of 3 games vs. Stoney Creek and then winning the series against Adams also winning 2 of 3 games. Freshman baseball earned the series sweep over Groves and extended their winning streak to 6 games!
We officially welcomed Coach Sam Koehler as the new Rochester Varsity cheer coach! As a familiar face at states, Coach Koehler brings with her the pride, work ethic, and tenacity needed to continue our long legacy of success. Welcome to the Falcon Family Coach Koehler!
Congratulations to Senior Yearbook Editors and proud Quill and Scroll Honor Society Members!
Click here to view a Teacher Spotlight Video for Mr. Gollon.
Rochester High School will be hosting sports physicals nights on June 14, 15 and 16 from 5:00-9:00 pm each night. Registration can be done through this sign up genius link. The cost per physical is $25.00, payment should be made online through Eleyo at this link.
Physicals will be conducted in the Rochester High School mall/cafeteria area, please enter through door 18 when arriving and park in the lot off Livernois Rd. Please bring a copy of the online receipt for proof of payment. Volunteers are needed to help with a few stations, please contact the Rochester Athletic Dept if you are willing to volunteer. The $25.00 fee for the sports physical will be waived for parents that volunteer.
Please contact the Rochester High School Athletic Dept with any questions.
As with Semester 1 Exams, and with continued consideration by our district Curriculum team and feedback from our stakeholder groups, which included students, staff and parents, we have made the decision that there will be NO final exams for students to end semester 2. The schedule for June 8, 9, &10 will stay the same.
Seniors: Also be on the lookout for your senior mailings, which include information on Honors Convocation and After High School Plans, to come in the mail within the next week!
Parents of the class of 2022! Order your senior a banner today.
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Please be advised that deliveries for students from DOORDASH, GRUBHUB, Uber Eats, etc. are not allowed during the school day. Any deliveries made by a food delivery service, will be denied at the door.
RHS parents and students can earn money for their RHS sports team by volunteering to sell at the concessions stand during RHS athletic events.