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Administrative Team

Dear Lobos,

Welcome to Rocky Mountain High School, Our administrative team are proud to be Lobos. We are thrilled to be partnering with you as you participate in an exciting educational journey of discovery of SELF. PURPOSE. PLACE. Whether you are a returning, first-year, or transferring student, you will find unlimited opportunities to enjoy Rocky by learning, exploring, and engaging together.

We offer over 70 clubs and activities for students to become involved in. Our sports programs teach students about the process of hard work and commitment over wins and losses. The music program at Rocky continues a tradition of excellence, earning top awards and invitations to perform annually at CMEA at the Broadmoor. The Forensics team continually produces State winners in different categories and The Looking Glass garners national recognition. Los Lobos continues to help us grow and learn about diversity in our school, earning the Cesar Chavez Award from CSU. Our AP Art show in December is packed with talent and people, admiring all works of art. These are just a few examples of opportunities for students in our building. If you cannot find something to be involved in at Rocky, we can help you create a club. The possibilities are endless.

We are most proud of our selfless giving to our community. Each year, we adopt over 75 families in the Fort Collins community during the holiday season. We have raised money for the Cancer Center at UC Health and also for Children's Hospital in Denver. Each year, our Give Next program awards over $5000 in grants to Non-Profit Organizations in Larimer County. We believe kindness and community matter.

Thank you for choosing to be a Lobo! We are honored and humbled to help you grow during your time at Rocky.

RMHS Administrative Team

PSD does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, veteran status, age or disability in access or admission to, or treatment or employment in, its programs or activities. A lack of English speaking skills will not be a barrier to admission or participation.