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Home of the Mighty Rough Riders
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About Us

Roosevelt High School is a supportive community fostering student development. At the heart of everything we do is the conviction that behind every data point is a student we care about and a relationship that we can build on to support student growth.
We employ strategies that support independent learning and critical thinking. We value collaborative, project-based teaching and learning as a means for students to develop the skills that will allow them to positively impact the community and prepare for college and career success.

News & Announcements

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Summer of Learning 2024

A summer of learning awaits! Sign-up for programs offered by Los Angeles Unified at lausd.org/summeroflearning
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PARKING ENFORCEMENT

To request Parking Enforcement for a LAUSD location, call LASPD Dispatch at (213) 625-6631.

Calendar

Jul 19

RHS Summer School Ends

Location: A Bldg. Classrooms

Jul 23

Partnership New Teacher Orientation

Time: 8 AM – 3 PM
Location: Student Cafeteria

Jul 24

Partnership New Teacher Orientation

Time: 8 AM – 3 PM
Location: Student Cafeteria

Jul 30

Partnership Summer Institute

Location: Santee High School, 1921 Maple Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90011, USA

Sep 30

Partners/Accolades

  • I Am An Angel
  • Promesa Boyle Heights
  • California Pivotal Practice
  • RHS Academy of Music & Digital Production
  • RHS Medical & Health Science
  • RHS 100 Years
  • RHS Law & Public Service
  • RHS STEAM

At A Glance

  • 1923 Opened
  • 4 Linked Learning Pathways
  • 21 Sports Teams
  • 21 AP Courses
  • 2023 Modernized Campus
  • 92% College Bound
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Mission Statement

Roosevelt High School is a supportive community fostering student development. At the heart of everything we do is the conviction that behind every data point is a student we care about and a relationship that we can build on to support student growth.
 
We employ strategies that support independent learning and critical thinking. We value collaborative, project-based teaching and learning as a means for students to develop the skills that will allow them to positively impact the community and prepare for college and career success.