Rangeview High School

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Rangeview High School
17599 East Iliff Avenue, Aurora, Colorado
Coordinates 39°40′32″N 104°46′53″W / 39.67543°N 104.78138°W / 39.67543; -104.78138Coordinates: 39°40′32″N 104°46′53″W / 39.67543°N 104.78138°W / 39.67543; -104.78138
Type Public
Established 1984
School district Aurora Public Schools
Principal Ronald Fay
Staff 152
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 2296
Color(s) Red and black         
Athletics 5A
Athletics conference East Metro Athletic Conference (EMAC)
Mascot Raiders
Information 303-695-6848

Rangeview High School is a public high school in Aurora, Colorado, United States. It is the second newest of five high schools in Aurora Public Schools. The school offers a variety of Advanced Placement courses.

The school is being used as a polling station and was featured on CNN, with Dan Simon reporting.


Rangeview High School was founded in 1984. The building holds over eighty academic classrooms, along with a library/media center that was built in 2004. The non-academic side consists of a large gymnasium, a small gymnasium, an Olympic-sized swimming pool, an auditorium, a commons area, and a dual weight room. The original foundation of the school was built to serve roughly 1800 students; however, to meet population growth, Rangeview has added several portable classrooms adjacent to the building.

Courses offered[edit]

Rangeview High School offers many Honors and Advanced Placement courses.

AP courses[edit]

  • AP Biology
  • AP Chemistry
  • AP Calculus AB
  • AP Studio Art
  • AP Human Geography
  • AP Government and Politics
  • AP US History
  • AP Language and Composition
  • AP Literature
  • AP Physics

Honors courses[edit]

  • Honors English 9
  • Honors English 10
  • Honors Physical Science
  • Honors Biology
  • Honors Chemistry
  • Honors Physics
  • Honors Micro/Macro Economics
  • Honors Geography
  • Honors US History
  • Honors Core 1
  • Honors Core 2
  • Honors Core 3
  • Honors Core 4
  • Honors Trig/Math Analysis


As of the 2014-15 school year:

  • White 29.2%
  • Hispanic 33.8%
  • African American 24.9%
  • Asian American 5.0%
  • Native American 0.9%


Fall sports[edit]

  • Boys' cross country
  • Girls' cross county
  • Boys' golf
  • Football
  • Boys' soccer
  • Boys' tennis
  • Softball
  • Volleyball

Winter sports[edit]

  • Boys' basketball
  • Girls' basketball
  • Wrestling
  • Girls' swimming and diving

Spring sports[edit]

  • Baseball
  • Boys' swimming and diving
  • Boys' lacrosse
  • Girls' lacrosse
  • Girls' golf
  • Girls' soccer
  • Girls' tennis
  • Boys' track and field
  • Girls' track and field

Year round sports[edit]

  • Cheerleading
  • Poms


Rangeview's rival school is Gateway High School, also part of Aurora Public Schools. The rivalry has lasted for over twenty years, and spans all sports and competitions. The winner of the annual football game is awarded the Anvil trophy. Rangeview has maintained possession of the Anvil for the last seven years.



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