Please fill out the form below or send a note with your student. You may also call the 24-hour attendance voicemail at (916) 395-5130, Option 1.
If you would like to request homework, please email the teachers directly.
Please note that we are currently experiencing a much higher volume of absences. As such, your online report may not be processed until the following school day. Please accept our apologies for the processing delay.
Please allow a minimum of 90 minutes for processing. DO NOT SUBMIT IMMEDIATE EARLY DISMISSALS THROUGH THIS WEBFORM.
Please fill out the form below, send a note with your student or call the Early Dismissal Line at (916) 395-5130, Option 1.
Please note that we are currently experiencing a much higher volume of absences and early dismissal requests. As such, your online early dismissal request may not be processed until up to 2 hours later. If you need an immediate early dismissal, please call the above phone number.
It is time to make your senior portrait appointment! You can make your appointment at Prestige portraits studio in Citrus Heights or Elk Grove. Summer is the best time to take your portraits, however, you have until Winter Break to submit your portrait.
Congratulations to Rosemont’s Jayden Watts! Jayden has received acceptance letters from 30 colleges, six of those were for a full ride, and he received over $1,100,00.00 in combined scholarship offers!
Rosemont High School is pleased to announce that senior Mason Pittaro signed her letter of intent to play softball for Glenville State College in West Virginia on Monday, April 16 @ 3pm in the library.
SRBX (Sacramento Regional Builders Exchange) is hosting a variety of events for women in construction (WIC) week that will last the entire month. Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom met with SRBX WIC members supporting women and girls building careers in the construction industry. Mrs. Watson took a number of students (Mehak Wallia, Reesa Costuna, Nadia Aguilar, Kathia Sanchez, Moriah Carri, Amanda Carson, Kelsie Siewell) to the event, where they met and had a photograph taken with Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom!
We are continuing our work to build a world-class high school here in Rosemont. The school climate is safe, orderly, and structured. School pride among students and staff is at an all-time high! Our teachers are working collaboratively in all content areas to plan quality instruction and align best practices. This year, we have added a focus on Social & Emotional Learning (SEL)