With just over 2,300 students, Roswell High School is currently ranked (at time of post) number 35 out of 429 high schools in the Georgia public school system. Located in Roswell, Fulton County, Georgia, the school also has a 9/10 rating on www.GreatSchools.org.
In addition, RHS is has scored a 83.6 on the College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI), which is a comprehensive school improvement, accountability, and communication platform for all educational stakeholders that will promote college and career readiness for all Georgia public school students. Schools are scored on a scale of 0 to 100.
Athletic programs at Roswell High School include:
- Boys and girls:
- Cross Country
- Track and field
- Swim and Dive
- Lacrosse Tennis
- Fellowship of Christian Athletes
- Young Democrats/Republicans
- National Honor Society
- Beta Club
- Chess Club
- Cycling Club
- Key Club
- Habitat for Humanity Club
- and many more!
Reviews from parents and students at RHS are:
“My son is a senior this year and he has thrived at Roswell High School. I cannot speak highly enough of Mr. Huff. He cares about his students and works to make them successful. He is a leader and mentor to the kids….but make no mistake, he does not strive to be their friend. He empowers his students and the staff. As far as the staff goes, they have challenged and supported my son’s education every step of the way. He worked very hard, but he had the opportunities and the support system in place to make him well prepared for college.”
“Great high school with amazing teachers, coaches, administration and parent and community involvement. Love the proposed architectural changes to update school and grounds. AP classes are more challenging than some of my grad level courses. My daughter was accepted into both UVA and Dartmouth. Could not be any happier with our RHS experience.”
“I just graduated from Roswell and I could not have asked for a better school to attend!! There is a great combination of amazing teachers and an awesome community feel from the student body! Roswell seems to succeed in almost every possible way (academics, athletics, and school spirit!) would definitely highly recommend it!!!”
FUN FACT: Coach Bill Yoast, portrayed by Will Patton in the movie Remember the Titans, was a Roswell High football coach from 1954–1960 before leaving for Virginia. Game film from Roswell is used in several scenes in the movie.