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  • Red Cross Blood Drive
    Friday  April 10th
    If the student is 16 years old, then they must have the parental consent form filled out completely before making an appointment. If the student is 17 or 18, they do not need parental consent and can sign up during both lunches or before school on the 1st floor cafe!  Students younger than 16 CANNOT donate. The blood drive is April 10, 2015 from 8am-1:30pm in the auxiliary gym and all donors will receive free t-shirts for their support!! Sign-ups will last until Thursday, April 9. Please see Mrs. Hewitt (Rm. 3905) with any questions or go to this website          Code: Rolesville

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    Click the link above to see the courses offered next year at Rolesville High School. Also in the guide are notes about credits, graduation requirements, and grading scales. PowerPoint Presentation explaining the registration process. Note: Class offering are subject to change. If you would like to look at the complete Wake County Planning Guide, Click here (Wake County Course Planning Guide)

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  • A.C.T. Exam - April 28th
     All juniors will be administered the ACT EXAM on Tuesday, April 28th here at Rolesville High School.  This is an official ACT exam and juniors take it at no charge.  They do not need to register for the exam.  The exam will be given in 11th grade homerooms. April

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Welcome to Rolesville High School!
 Home of the Rams!
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Erica Lucas - Principal
Jeff Dolan - Assistant Principal
Mayra Guallpa - Assistant Principal


Wake County News

  • Attend Parent Academy Classes

    Parent Academy is a series of classes, workshops and events aimed at helping you positively contribute to your child’s success.

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  • Adult Evening Education Classes

    Lifelong Learning with Community Schools offers noncredit courses for adults 16 years old to 109 years young!

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  • Credit by Demonstrated Mastery

    Starting in 2015, students will be able to earn credit for a course without spending a set number of hours taking the course in a classroom.

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