Our Mission

  • 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.


  • Access for All Access for All, Student Laptops for Every RHS Panther!

    We are incredibly excited to announce the Access for All student learning initiative, which provides all Rosemead students with dedicated laptops for the 2019-20 school year and beyond. Through this program, every student will be provided a laptop for school and take-home purposes. Students will be expected to bring their device with them to school daily. Those students who do not have internet access at home will also have the opportunity to receive free wireless internet access as well, due to a generous grant from the One Million Program. Students will be provided their devices during registration week or as they enroll throughout the school year, as long as the requirements have been met beforehand. We strongly encourage students to fill out the required online form and watch orientation video as soon as possible in order to speed up the registration week process. For complete details about the program, requirements, and other related information, go to our new website: www.emuhsd.org/accessforall which can be also found under the "Student" section of the website. 

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    Senior Portrait Dates by Last Name:

    August 29  A - G 2:00 - 6:00 p.m.
    August 30  H - M 2:00 - 6:00 p.m.
    September 3       N - S 2:00 - 6:00 p.m.
    September 4       T - Z 2:00 - 6:00 p.m.
    September 6       Make-up Day 2:00 - 6:00 p.m.

    Multiple poses with formal attire and graduation cap and gown. Photos taken from waist and above.

    Gentlemen:  Arrive in a t-shirt (tux and gown provided).

    Ladies:  Arrive in a shoulder-less shirt (we will provide shaw and gown).

    Click here for additional details and pricing

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Panthers in the News

  • RHS Auditorium Bring Magic of the Arts to Students, Community

    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...

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District News

  • National Suicide Prevention Month

    National Suicide Prevention Month promotes awareness and provides resources involving suicide prevention including how you can help others and how to talk to others about suicide without increasing the risk of harm. Suicidal thoughts can manifest in anyone regardless of age, gender or background. It is critical to note that suicidal thoughts and suicide occur too frequently...click the story title for more info

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  • VIDEO: Zoo Crew Engineering Program Welcomes Gray Fox for First Day of School

    Mountain View High School launched year two of its Zoo Crew: Engineers Gone Wild! career technical education pathway on the first day of school with a visit from a gray fox, courtesy of the Nature of Wildworks.

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  • El Monte High School Alumna Recognized as 2019-20 District Teacher of the Year

    When Sonia Lamas was a junior at El Monte High School in the early 1990s, she made a bold prediction to her math teacher that she would one day return and take his place in the classroom. She came close to fulfilling her promise when she was hired as a math teacher at the Lion campus just a few short years later. Now she's the District's 2019-20 Teacher of the Year.

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  • Mountain View Library Wins $5,000 Barona Grant for More Books

    Mountain View High School's library was recently awarded a $5,000 grant from the Barona Band of Mission Indians, which will go toward purchasing reading materials for the school's beginning English students.

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