Why Should a Student Take an Advanced Placement (AP) Course?


AP enables you to:

  • Stand out in college admission
  • Earn college credit
  • Skip introductory college classes
  • Save money on tuition
  • Build college skills and confidence
  • Explore potential majors based on your interests
  • Turn subjects you love into fulfilling career paths

Multiple studies confirm that students who earn a 3 or higher on an AP Exam:

Rosemont Counselors


The counselor website can be found here.

Appointments and Scholarships

If you would like to make an appointment with your counselor, please take a look at the following information. The counseling department’s hours of operation are 7:40 a.m.-3:20 p.m. Please allow 24 hours for a counselor to return your email (preferred) or phone call.

Rosemont Library


Staffed by Teacher Librarian, Christina Lanzaro, the Rosemont High School library is the heart of our campus. While offering traditional services, the library also functions as a classroom for lessons and research. The library provides students with an impressive collection of literature, nonfiction work, and reference materials.

Check out the monthly displays and new books.

Hours of Operation

Hours: 7:30 am – 5:30 pm daily, unless posted otherwise.

Senior Project Requirement


No Senior Projects Needed for the Class of 2020

On Friday, May 8th, we received verification from the district that the Senior Project Requirement has been waived for this year. This means that students who have not passed the project do not need to present/pass the project in order to be eligible for graduation. If you would still like to present, we would love to honor your work and see what you’ve done! Also, if you already passed (or still choose to present), you will be receiving special commemoration for completing your senior project.

Work Readiness


This page is set up to help guide you through finding experiences in work, no matter where you’re at in your job search!

Click Here to go to the Work Readiness page.