Rowland High School
Raider Review - February 20 - 25
Events for the Week of February 20 - 25
Monday - 2/20
Presidents' Day Holiday - No School
Tuesday - 2/21
Baseball vs. West Covina - Home (VR)
Baseball vs. West Covina - Away (JV & FR)
Softball vs. Ontario Christian - Away (VR)
Wednesday - 2/22
Baseball vs. Costa Mesa - Home (VR)
Boys Tennis vs. West Covina - Home (VR)
Boys Tennis vs. West Covina - Away (JV)
Family Connect Night @ Nogales High School
Softball vs. Covina - Home (VR)
Softball vs. Covina - Away (JV)
Thursday - 2/23
ELAC Meeting @ 5:30 p.m. in the Hideout
Parent Academy @ 6:30 p.m. in the Hideout
Friday - 2/24
6 Week Progress Report Grades available for parents in Aeries
Saturday - 2/25
Softball Tournament vs. Charter Oak - Away @ 8:00 a.m.
Softball Tournament vs. Golden Valley - Away @ 11:00 a.m.
*For times and more information, go to our Athletics Calendar*
Congratulations to students who achieved Honor Roll status based on their first semester grades. Students received their Honor Roll Certificate this week.
To qualify for School Honor Roll, a student must earn at least a 3.0 G.P.A. with no grade less than a “C.” To be eligible for High Honor Roll, a student must earn at least a 3.5 G.P.A. with no grade less than a “C.” To qualify for the Principal’s Honor Roll, a student must earn a 4.0 G.P.A. or above with no grade less than a “C.” For the semester ending on December 2022, 1,152 students achieved Honor Roll status: 325 qualified for School Honor Roll, 448 achieved High Honor Roll, and 379 earned Principal’s Honor Roll. Students who continue to earn Honor Roll status can be eligible for membership in the California Scholarship Federation and National Honor Society, as well as many other scholarships and awards.
Students in Ms. Co’s class discovered the graphs of sine and cosine through using yarn and pasta. This allowed them to make connections with what they already knew and what they were going to create.
Performance Groups during Ready, Set, Rowland!
Rowland High School's performance groups showcased their programs during Ready, Set, Rowland! Parents were able to enjoy different groups during the evening event.
Family Connect Night
FBLA Winners at Section Competition
Rowland High Future Business Leaders of America “FBLA” Chapter wins awards at the Southern Section Conference on February 11, 2023 at Valencia High School in Placentia.
23 schools attended sending 530 competitors to the conference which was the largest FBLA Section Conference in the state.
The following students qualified to compete at the state conference on April 27-30 in Sacramento (some of them qualified for two events)
Entrepreneurship Team - 1st place: Ethan Higuchi, Joshua Kim, and Allen Li.
Marketing Team - 2nd place: William Fan, Jason Kha, and Aaron Zhu.
International Business Team - 4th place: Steven Tomlinson and Lance Wu.
Business Management Team - 6th place: Steven Tomlinson and Lance Wu.
Supply Chain Management: Allen Li - 1st place and Katelyn Chi - 4th place.
Personal Finance: Dylan Minarto - 2nd place.
Securities and Investments: Zhuolin Kuang - 2nd place, and Edward Lai - 4th place.
Introduction to Information Technology: Arthur Liang - 2nd place.
Introduction to Event Planning: Allison Chieh - 3rd place.
Business Calculations: Edward Lai - 4th place.
Introduction to Finance Math: Joshua Kim - 4th place.
Introduction to Business Concepts: Avery Chu - 5th place.
Others who placed in the top ten in their events:
Accounting 1: Dylan Minarto - 7th place, and Clarissa Beltran - 9th place.
Introduction to Business Procedures: Avery Chu - 10th place.
Job Interview: Karen Cao - 5th place.
Public Speaking: Luke Punongbayan - 10th place.
Many teams competed all week and all showed their great skill. In the end, BDD was the runner-up and Latinos took away the win. Both teams got to play against the teachers' team!
Each senior will receive 2 free tickets if in attendance for the entire senior day activity on May 26th.
Tickets are on sale now. You can purchase up to 4 additional tickets for $5.00 each in the ASB Office. These tickets will be on sale until Friday, May 19, 2023.
You can request additional tickets by being placed on a waiting list by Friday, May 19, 2023. If additional tickets are available, seniors who are on the waiting list will be able to start purchasing additional tickets on Tuesday, May 30, 2023. Not all requests will be granted.
Rowland Volleyball's annual Spring Youth Camp is back!
Join us starting on Tuesday, February 21 - 24 to learn or advance your volleyball skills. Camp is open to all ages 6-14 with beginner-advanced levels available. If you have any questions or would like additional information, please contact Head Coach Valerie Varela at firstname.lastname@example.org.
🔔 Senior Financial Aid Reminder 🔔
- Complete the 2023-24 Financial Aid Application (FAFSA or CA Dream Act) to be considered for free money to help pay for college expenses. Get assistance daily in the College & Career Center, before school, during lunchtime, and after school, Monday/Tuesday/ Wednesday/Friday (7:45am-4pm) and Thursday (8:30am-4:45pm). The FAFSA and CADAA are due March 2nd.
Have you been accepted to Cal State Fullerton?
CSUF is recruiting applicants for the Abrego Future Scholars Program, Guardian Scholars Program, and President’s Scholars Program. Selected scholars will receive scholarships and support services from the Center for Scholars.
Abrego Future Scholars
First-Generation College Student - Parent(s) have not completed 4 year degree in the US
$1,500 2 year Scholarship
Current or former foster youth on or after 13th birthday & currently under the age of 26
Full ride scholarship for 5 years
High Academic Merit & demonstrate service to community
Full Tuition Scholarship for 4 years
CSUF invites you to learn more about our scholar programs and apply here.
For more information on the application process, please visit the “Our Programs” tab and select “Learn More” about the program you are interested in. The application deadline is March 2, 2023.