Ranchview High School
Home of the Wolves!!!
2012-13 Ranchview School Report Card
The State of Texas 2012-13 School Report Card for Ranchview is now available. This report provides information concerning student performance on STAAR testing as well as information on student enrollment, class size averages, and financial expenditures. Please click here to see the State Report. Please click here to see the here to see the Federal Report.
Summer School 2014 Information
Session 1: June 18th – July 2nd
No School: July 3rd and 4th
EOC Resting: July 7th – 11th (English I, English II, Biology, Algebra I, US History)
No classes during EOC retesting.
Session 2: July 14th – July 25th
Credits can be earned through Virtual Courses or Traditional, Teacher Led Classes
More information with courses, locations and times should be out after spring break.
NCLB Report Cards
Ranchview High School is sharing information about the district and your child’s campus with you as part of its obligations under the federal No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB). NCLB Report Cards for the state as a whole, all school districts and charter schools, and all campuses are also available on the Texas Education Agency’s NCLB website. For more information, please click here to read a letter from our Principal, Sherie Skruch. If you wish to see the report itself, please click here.
Understanding and Accessing your Child’s State Assessment Scores (STAAR)
Please click here for more information about accessing and understanding the STAAR test report. The report is called the Confidential Student Report (CSR) and can help parents review the test results and identify areas where their child is doing well and areas where they may may need improvement.
Ranchview Vision Statement
Every student will graduate from RHS prepared to pursue the post secondary education of his or her choice and with the tools needed to succeed in a global society.
To achieve this vision we will:
Implement a rigorous curriculum and research based instructional strategies.
Teach students to be critical thinkers who understand and respect our global interdependence.
Promote the habits of responsibility, discipline, compassion, and integrity.
Nurture a passion for engaging in learning as a lifelong endeavor.
Recruit and retain the most qualified educators on our team.
Partner with parents and community leaders in the planning and execution of our vision.
At Ranchview High School, we dedicate all of our resources to create a safe environment where a community of learners may explore and practice the merits of scholarship, service, and leadership.
Talk About It
Talk About It is a new program in which students can log on to a website and communicate anonymously with counselors and administrators. Click Below for more information.