The mission of Rosemead High School is to enable all students to acquire the skills needed to live productively and creatively in a diverse society. We will develop self-esteem and empower students to take positive control of their own lives. We will foster an appreciation of individuals of all cultures and beliefs. We will encourage life-long intellectual curiosity and sensitivity to the arts. We will promote physical well-being and self-discipline in a safe environment. We intend to produce educated, responsible citizens who will become contributing members of our democratic society.
RHS Aacademic Decathlon Team took 5th place overall in Los Angeles County to become the highest scoring team of the five schools of the El Monte Union High School District.
The nine members earned a total of 34 medals, including a 3rd place trophy in Super Quiz. The county competition involved 40 official teams and 15 junior teams from 26 school districts.
For the second time in District history the team also qualified for the state competition to be held in Sacramento on March 22-24.
Way to go team, good luck in Sacramento!
Panthers in the News
The Sugar Plum Fairy and her flock of snowflakes were among the more than 70 international ballet dancers who delicately waltzed, leaped and pirouetted during a magical performance of holiday favorite, “The Nutcracker,” in front of a sold-out crowd of students and families at EMUHSD’s auditorium on Dec. 10. The most recent community performances that EMUHSD theater technicians staged was “The Nutcracker,” performed by an i Hidden from the audience, those staging the elaborate production – 14 EMUHSD theater technicians who bustled backstage to ensure that the countless props were in place...click the story title for the full details...
Channeling such popular cooking shows as “Top Chef,” six-member culinary arts teams from Mountain View, Rosemead and Arroyo high schools competed to see who could prepare the most appetizing cuisine during the inaugural Cooking Showdown, held March 15 at Mountain View High School. The winning team will be announced at the Board of Trustees meeting on May 1.
Rosemead High School’s Panther Academic Decathlon team will return to the California State Championships for the second year in a row, capping an unprecedented season that saw nearly every El Monte Union comprehensive high school place in the Top 25 in the Los Angeles County regionals. In its second year competing as a Division I team, Rosemead High earned a fifth-place finish at the Los Angeles County Office of Education Academic Decathlon in February and will return to the state competition March 22-24 in Sacramento.
Arroyo High School landed in the Top 25 teams that competed in the Los Angeles County Office of Education Academic Decathlon in February, capturing 15th place overall. Arroyo High earned 27 medals and placed fourth overall and second in Division II Super Quiz. Junior Mia Cabrera placed third for Top Decathlete-Varsity in Division II and senior Hai Chou was the top overall Decathlete for Arroyo.
Mountain View High School landed in the Top 25 teams that competed in the Los Angeles County Office of Education Academic Decathlon in February, capturing 19th place overall. Academic Decathlon teams are composed of students from all grade point averages. The county competition involved 40 official teams and 15 junior teams from 26 school districts. Mountain View High earned 12 medals, including three gold and three silver. The top scorer was James Liu.