Future Jags Information

Welcome Future Jags!

You are cordially invited to the live premiere of our virtual Future Jags Night at Rock Canyon High School on Wednesday, January 20, 2021 at 6pm. 

The evening will include:

  • A presentation highlighting the 3 A’s of Rock Canyon High School - Academics, Activities, and Athletics.
  • Welcome, Introductions, and Celebrations with Principal Andy Abner
  • Honors and Advanced Placement (AP) program with Asst. Principal Megan Brown
  • Overview of Academic program offerings - Department Chairs
  • Athletics with Tom Brieske, Athletic Director
  • Virtual Tour of our campus

What's Happening Already?

  • Rocky Heights Students

    • RHMS teachers are discussing next year's course options with students, and in many cases telling students which course they recommend the student take;

    • Rock Canyon Counselors will join RHMS 8th graders on January 13th and 14th to present a registration overview and answer any questions.

  • Students attending all other schools (Non-RHMS Students):

    • Our registrar, Susan Delgado, will be in touch with students who will be joining us from other schools, to communicate everything that is needed, and sending registration information;

    • Rock Canyon Counselors and Ms Delgado will host a meeting on January 27th, 5:00-7:00 pm, to help students navigate the registration process and answer any and all questions. 

You will receive an email on Tuesday, January 19th with a link to the live premiere, and a recording of the presentation will be made available on our website after the live event.

In the meantime, you can view our Course Catalog HERE to start reviewing and discussing course options with your student.

For more information please contact Rock Canyon High School at 303-387-3000.

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