Rosemont High School opened its doors in 2003, fulfilling a longstanding need for a high school that served the Rosemont area. The campus boasts impressive academic buildings, spacious library, state-of-the-art science lab classrooms, two theaters, two basketball gymnasiums, a weight room, and a new football field. Rosemont’s students benefit from the finest campus in the district.
To provide every student with an education that is rigorous and structured. All students thrive in a challenging and supportive academic environment, and graduates are prepared to meet the demands of college or career. Regardless of the path chosen, Rosemont graduates are curious, capable, and resourceful citizens who give back to the community.
To offer rigorous, relevant instruction for a world in need of critical thinkers.
Expected Schoolwide Learner Outcomes
A Rosemont Graduate is
- A critical thinker with intellectual curiosity who can solve complex, real world problems.
- A self-directed and lifelong learner who can apply knowledge to create new ideas.
- A college and career ready student who can seek out opportunities for academic and personal growth.
- A productive, hard-working, collaborative person who can contribute positively to the community and the world.
- A culturally-aware and empathetic individual who can embrace diversity.
Rosemont High School welcomes you! We embrace and celebrate our diversity and strive for equity and inclusion for all students. At Rosemont, we recognize that people of color face systemic barriers in our society and in our school. We as staff, teachers, and students commit to examining how our practices contribute to and exacerbate these systemic problems, and we vow to work diligently to foster an anti-racist community of learners and educators that interrupts racism to promote inclusion, safety, collaboration, and open-mindedness.”
Welcome to the Attendance Office!
Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30 am-3:30 pm
General Email: email@example.com (please
use appropriate webform for submitting attendance and correction
(Please report absences using the webform link on the right)
Phone: (916) 395-5130, Ext. 508030 or Option 1 after Greeting
Office and School Hours
Office Hours: 7:30 A.M. – 3:30 P.M.
Phone: (916) 395-5130
Fax: (916) 228-5733
8:00 a.m. – 2:57 p.m.
If you need to meet with a teacher, administrator or coach please consult our staff directory to contact them via phone or email.
In eighth grade, students begin the process of identifying which high school to attend. Some may attend their neighborhood high school; others apply to many of the district’s small high schools or specialized programs which accept students on a space available basis or through a competitive application process.