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GRADUATES
  • The 18 Seniors of the Class of 2017 are the 17th class to graduate from RCS.
  • 4 students have older siblings who are already alumni of RCS.
  • 5 graduates have younger siblings still attending RCS.
  • 10 of the 18 have been through their entire high school experience together.  
  • This RCS graduating class will be attending  ??    different colleges and universities next year.
  •  All 18 (100%) have taken at least one honors class.
  •  17 (94%) have taken at least one college class for dual credit. 
  • 6 (33%) earned enough college credit at RCS to enter college as a sophomore.
  • 12 (67%) have earned the Honors Diploma.
  • 10 (56%) of the class is graduating with Honors.
  • The average RCS GPA of this class is 3.787.
  • This class has earned 424 hours of college credit which totals more than $140,000 for state college tuition savings and $850,000 for other college savings for non-state colleges and universities.
  • In the fall, 100% percent of the class will be attending a college or university. 



 
CLASS OF 2016
  • The twenty-five Seniors of the Class of 2016 are the 17th class to graduate from RCS.
  • Six students have older siblings who are already alumni of RCS.
  • Fifteen graduates have younger siblings still attending RCS.
  • Seventeen of the twenty-five have been through their entire high school experience together.
  • This RCS graduating class will be attending eleven different colleges and universities next year.
  • This graduating class has been offered approximately 1,150,500... in athletic, academic and fine arts scholarships.
  • Nine (36%) of these graduates have been inducted into the National Honor Society.
  • 23 (92%) have taken at least one honors class.
  • 23 (92%) have taken at least one college class for dual credit.
  • 2 (8%) earned enough college credit at RCS to enter college as a sophomore.
  • 11 (25%) have earned the Honors Diploma.
  • 8 (32%) of the class is graduating with Honors.
  • The average RCS GPA of this class is 3.59.
  • This class has earned 425 hours of college credit which totals more than $140,000 for state college tuition savings and $850,000 for other college savings for non-state colleges and universities.
  • In the fall, 96% percent of the class will be attending a college or university.
 


CLASS OF 2015
  • The 26 Seniors of the Class of 2015 are the 16th class to graduate from RCS.
  • 2 students have older siblings who are already alumni of RCS.
  • 14 have younger siblings still attending RCS.
  • 19 of the 26 have been through their entire high school experience together.
  • 0 have attended RCS from Pre-K through graduation.
  • This RCS graduating class will be attending 16 different colleges and universities next year.
  • This graduating class has been offered approximately $1.4 million + in scholarships.
  • 10 (38%) of these graduates have been inducted into the National Honor Society.
  • 26 (100%) have taken at least one honors class.
  • 25 (96%) have taken at least one college class for dual credit.
  • 12 (46%) earned enough college credit at RCS to enter college as a sophomore.
  • 10 (38%) have earned the Honors Diploma.
  • 12 (46%) of the class is graduating with Honors.
  • The average RCS GPA of this class is 3.51.
  • This class has earned over 500 hours of college credit which totals more than $160,000 for state college tuition savings and almost $1 million for other college savings for non-state colleges and universities.
  • In the fall, 96% percent of the class will be attending a college or university.
  • One student will be entering the military.

CLASS OF 2014
  • The 19 Seniors of the Class of 2014 are the 15th class to graduate from RCS.
  • 7 students have older siblings who are already alumni of RCS.
  • 6 have younger siblings still attending RCS.
  • 8 of the 19 have been through their entire high school experience together.
  • 4 have attended RCS from Pre-K through graduation.
  • This RCS graduating class will be attending 9 different colleges and universities next year.
  • This graduating class has been offered approximately $562,000+ in scholarships.
  • 5 (26%) of these graduates have been inducted into the National Honor Society.
  • 14 (74%) have taken at least one honors class.
  • 10 (53%) have taken at least one college class for dual credit.
  • 3 (16%) earned enough college credit at RCS to enter college as a sophomore.
  • 9 (47%) have earned the Honors Diploma.
  • 5 (26%) of the class is graduating with Honors.
  • The average RCS GPA of this class is 3.24.
  • This class has earned over 226 hours of college credit which totals $100,000 for state college tuition savings and almost $500,000 for other college savings for non-state colleges and universities.
  • In the fall, 100% percent of the class will be attending a college or university. 

CLASS OF 2013
  • The 24 Seniors of the Class of 2013 are the 14th class to graduate from RCS
  • 6 students have older siblings who are already alumni of RCS
  • 9 have younger siblings still attending RCS
  • 20 of the 24 have been through their entire high school experience together
  • 6 have attended RCS from Kindergarten through graduation. 5 of those 6 have attended RCS from Pre-K through graduation
  • This graduating class will be attending 13 different colleges and universities this fall
  • This graduating class has been offered in excess of $500,000 in scholarships…both academic and athletic
  • 13 [54%] of these graduates have been inducted into the National Honor Society
  • 23 [96%] have taken at least one honors class
  • 17 [71%] have taken at least one college class for dual credit
  • 10 [42%] earned enough college credit to enter college as a sophomore
  • 14 [58%] have earned the Honors Diploma
  • 12 [50%] of the class is graduating with honors
  • The average RCS GPA of this class is 3.495
  • This class has earned over 478 hours of college credit which totals $100,000 for state college tuition savings and $1 million for other college savings for non-state colleges and universities
  • In the fall, 100% of the class will be attending a college or university
 

Where was the class of 2013
accepted to college?



Barton University

Baylor University

Colorado School of Mines

Concordia University

Dallas Baptist University

Drexel University

Houston Baptist University

Sam Houston

Southwestern University

Stephen F Austin State University

Texas A&M

Texas Christian University

Texas State University

University Mary Hardin Baylor

University of Houston

University of Missouri at St. Louis

University of St. Thomas

University of Texas

Vanderbilt University

 


Colleges also attended by
Rosehill Christian School Alumni:


Abilene Christian University

Austin Community College

Baylor University

Belmont University

Blinn College

Bryant College

Christ for the Nations

College of Santa Fe

Colorado Christian University

Colorado School of Mines

Colorado State University

Dallas Baptist University

East Texas Baptist University

Emmaus Bible College

Florida State University

Grand Canyon University

Houston Baptist University

Howard Payne University

Iowa State University

John Brown University

LeTourneau University

Liberty University

Lipscomb University

Lone Star College

Michigan State University

Midland College

Midwestern State University

Northwestern State University

Ohio State University

Oklahoma Baptist University

Oklahoma State University

Sam Houston State University

Southeast Missouri State

Southern Methodist University

St. Thomas University

Stephen F. Austin University

Texas A&M University

Texas Christian University

Texas Lutheran University

Texas State University

University of Arkansas

University of California

University of Houston

University of Mary Hardin Baylor

University of New Mexico

University of North Texas

University of Oklahoma

University of Texas

 

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