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  • Registration process overview and handouts

  • Freshman Courses of Study

  • How does RHS place students in core academic courses

  • How to select classes for 9th grade

  • Online and paper registration instructions

  • Arena registration

Counseling Department


ROBYN PASCO Counselor (E-LA)



NANCY MUŇOZ Intervention Counselor

JEFF CLARK Special Services Coordinator

SHELLY DAVIS School Psychologist


JASON WILSON Assistant Principal – Counseling


Contact information
Contact Information

  • Email

    First initial & last name

    Example: [email protected]

  • Phone

    Cindy Travasso, Registrar

    (916) 782-3753 x 3020

  • Web Site

We will work together to prepare every student for post secondary education

We will work together to prepare every student for post-secondary education.

Roseville High School Mission

Graduation and uc csu a g requirements
Graduation and UC/CSU a-g Requirements

Good news for the class of 2014
Good News for the Class of 2014

We’re celebrating the early acceptance of RHS seniors

into the following Colleges & Universities…

Scripps College

George Washington University

Stanford University

University of Notre Dame

Princeton University


  • Tracks Through RHS: Course Selection Guide

  • Course Selection Sheet/4-Year Plan

  • Online Registration Instructions

  • Paper Registration Packet

  • High School Transition Tips

Tracks Through Roseville

Course Selection Guide

  • Your primary resource for selecting classes

  • Complete course descriptions and sample 4-year plans

  • Academic expectations

    • Recommended courses of study to best

      prepare students for all post-high school education options

    • Includes minimum graduation requirements & a-g requirements

Course selection sheet
Course Selection Sheet

  • Select Freshman Course of Study

  • Math, English and science course selections

  • Electives

  • Alternates

  • Post high school plan

  • 4-year plan

Freshman courses of study
Freshman Courses of Study

  • RHS has established a Freshman Courses of Study program to guarantee that each freshman makes a smooth transition to high school while establishing a solid academic foundation

  • Each student and parent will select an academic program based on levels of achievement and past experiences as a student

  • Freshman Courses of Study are a crucial step in realizing our mission of preparing each student for college and career post-secondary options

Freshmen college readiness courses of study
Freshmen College-ReadinessCourses of Study


Freshman Seminar

Pre-AP English 9 & Geography

Positive Power

Cp english 9 geography world cultures
CP English 9 / Geography & World Cultures

  • A Pre-AP course designed for students seeking a rigorous course of study designed to prepare them for a strong Advanced Placement program

  • Builds critical academic skills while developing the work habits and work ethic necessary for success in future AP courses

  • A rotating block course of study


  • A year long course designed for first generation, underrepresented college-bound students in the “academic middle” who need support to prepare for four-year university admission

  • Writing, collaboration, & reading skills are developed along with organization, note-taking skills, time management & and goal setting

  • AVID students will also be able to enroll in our CP English 9/Geography and World Cultures block class

Freshman seminar
Freshman Seminar

  • For students who have been working at grade level in middle school or those not yet ready to take the Pre-AP coursework

  • Designed to improve key college readiness skills while broadening students' understanding of and preparation for post-secondary options

  • Promotes and reinforces student achievement in all required coursework taken while in high school

Positive power
Positive Power

  • For students needing to build positive academic experiences, including those who struggle academically and behaviorally

  • Provides daily support and guidance through the use of student tutors, AVID methodologies, and other personal development activities

  • Helps students achieve at grade level and succeed in their academic courses

  • Positive Power is a year long course

Course of study descriptions

AVID and Positive Power are year long courses

Check your preferred course of study here


Academic Course

Placement and Selection

English Placement

8th Grade English Recommendation

(GMRT Reading Assessment – Given in May)

Academic Literacy

English 9 Lab

CP English 9

All students will take CP English 9

English 9 Lab will be added if GMRT & CST results indicate that remediation is necessary

English 9 Lab

Math placement
Math Placement

Algebra Readiness


RJUHSD Algebra 1

Final Exam

Below 70%

Above 70%

Below 70%

Above 70%

Math Lab & Integrated Math 1

Integrated Math 1

Integrated Math 1


Science placement
Science Placement

Math Placement

Integrated Math 1


CP Earth Science



Advanced Placement Courses

What are AP courses?

  • Rigorous, college level coursework

  • National Standardized Exam

    Why take AP courses?

  • College Preparation

  • College Credits

  • More likely to graduate from a 4-year College

  • Save $$$

Advanced Placement Courses

AP Lit/Comp 12

AP Lang/Comp 11

AP European History

AP Environmental Science

AP US History

AP Government

AP Statistics

AP Human Geography

AP Calculus AB

AP Psychology

AP Calculus BC

AP Studio Art

AP French

AP Art History

AP Spanish

When selecting courses, look for:

Pre-requisites, grade level restrictions, and whether the course meet a-g requirements

Indicate your career interest and post high school education plan

Be certain to select 4 alternates (electives)

Spanish 1

Beginning Guitar

Art 1

Speech & Debate

Choose 2 electives

Construction Tech 1

French 1

Two ways to register
Two Ways to Register



Online Registration

  • Allows you to complete the district registration form and tech agreement online

  • Enter or update contact information

  • The “preferred” method of registration

  • Faster, easier, and convenient!

    Refer to your “Online Registration Instructions” handout for directions

Online Registration


  • You will receive an email inviting you to create a HomeLink account

  • Create your username and password

  • Log-in to HomeLink -

  • Enter your username and password

  • Click on “Click Here” to begin

Online Registration

Click on each tab to enter/verify information

Paper Registration

  • Emergency card

  • Registration requirements

    • Immunization records

    • Proof of residence (2) – BRING COPIES

      • Must be rental agreement or mortgage bill


      • City utility bill – NO cable or phone bills

        3) Technology agreement

        4) District registration form

        *If you prefer this method, please be sure to pick up a paper registration packet before you leave

Important Dates

Arena Registration

Counselors will review course selections

Arena Registration: What to Bring

Paper Registration

  • Course selection sheet

  • Copy of proof of residency (2)

  • Emergency card

  • District registration form

  • Technology agreement

Online Registration

  • Course selection sheet

  • Copy of proof of residency (2)

  • Emergency card*

  • Ticket to registration*

* Print after completing online

Students not currently at Buljan or Cooley - Please bring a copy of your immunization records