The Roseville Area High School Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Patricia Kelly, was chosen as one of only 24 orchestras from across the nation to compete in the prestigious National Orchestra Festival organized by the American String Teachers Association. They have been invited to perform at the ASTA National convention in Albuquerque, NM in 2019.


Roseville Area High School held its first staff vs. RAHS Quiz Bowl Team pop culture competition. Final score? Students 250 — Staff 245. In honor of the event, the quiz bowl team donated $100 to the RAHS Food Shelf.


Recently, more than 300 5th and 6th grade students from across Roseville Area Schools participated in the district-wide band festival. The students had two rehearsals as a large group before performing concerts. According to Chantal Schneck, "We're proud of these students and the hard work and dedication they have shown over the school year. And a big 'thank you' to all those involved in helping the festival run smoothly!"


When the 5th and 6th graders at Emmet D. Williams Elementary School are away at Deep Portage Learning Center, what do the 4th grade students do? They fish! With guidance from physical education teacher Dave McCarthy and a number of parent and family volunteers, 4th grade students in Chia Xiong's class learned the basics of catch-and-release fishing including how to bait a hook and safely cast their line.


Two out of the three winners of the Congressional Art Competition are from Roseville Area High School! As the 1st place recipient, senior Catherine Jackson's work will be on display for one year at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. RAHS sophomore Nhu Nguyen received the 3rd place prize so her art will be displayed at the Minnesota State Capital for one year.

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