Welcome to Rosemont High School. I will be your counselor for the next four years. I look forward to working with you and your families as you navigate through high school and begin to think about life after high school. Here is my contact information:
Pam Reeder-Esparza (916) 395-5130 ext. 508058
I will post announcements/information on the Rosemont High School Website. http://rosemont.scusd.edu/ Look under Academics and then Information for Freshmen.
Rosemont wants to congratulate Katie for being selected as a Quest Bridge Scholar! She will be allowed to partake in life-changing conferences and meet with the admissions officers from the best colleges in the nation, receive expert advice and be a part of the peer mentoring 2017 cohort. For the 2017 College Prep Scholars Program, they received over 12,000 applications and 3,736 were selected as College Prep Scholars based on their academic, financial, and extracurricular credentials. We are so proud that Katie was selected from RHS!
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We are beginning to meet with English classes to allow students to choose their classes for next year. Attached is the course selection sheet students are looking at. They have been given a copy of their high school transcript which includes counselor recommendations for next year. After their choices are entered in the computer, we will send home a copy of what they have chosen for parent/guardian signature. If you wish to make any changes please note them on that form. All students return the signed form to their English teacher.
Providing the names of test prep companies and individuals we suspect of stealing and receiving secure test content to law enforcement and other government agencies in the US and abroad.
Prohibiting individuals from taking the SAT, SAT Subject Tests™, and Advanced Placement® exams when we conclude they have gained or attempted to gain or share an unfair advantage on any College Board test.
This site will make the registration process easier for college-bound student-athletes and improve the accuracy of information our team looks at when evaluating students.
Students who previously registered with the old site will have their accounts automatically transitioned over to the new site. Their login credentials will remain the same. However, additional questions may be required to complete before students can request final amateurism starting April 1 of their final high school year.