Rye High Academies
School HoursSchool Starts at 7:30AM
School Ends at 3:45PM
1st 7:30AM - 8:27AM
2nd 8:31AM - 9:28AM
3rd 9:38AM - 10:36AM
4th 10:40AM - 11:38AM
Lunch 11:38AM - 12:08PM
5th 12:13PM - 1:11PM
6th 1:15PM - 2:13PM
7th 2:17PM - 2:42PM
8th 2:47PM - 3:45PM
Late Start Schedule
1st 9:30AM - 10:10AM
2nd 10:14AM - 10:54AM
3rd 10:58AM - 11:38AM
Lunch 11:38AM - 12:08PM
4th 12:13PM - 12:55PM
5th 12:59PM - 1:41PM
6th 1:45PM - 2:28PM
7th 2:32PM - 2:57PM
8th 3:02PM - 3:45PM
- March 3rd, 4th & 5th CMAS/PARCC Testing for Freshmen, Sophomores & Juniors. Seniors on delayed schedule. (See post below for times)
- Wrestling Banquet, Wednesday, March 4th @ 6:30pm, RHS
- Basketball @ Regionals March 6th & 7th
- Boys, March 6th @ La Junta High School 2:30pm
- Girls, March 6th @ La Junta High School 4pm
- Saturday times TBA
The Colorado Measures of Academic Success (CMAS)/ Partnership for the Assessment of Readiness for College/Career (PARCC) will be given at Rye High School beginning March 2nd and ending March 19th . The Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors will be taking the English-Language Arts and Math assessments. Breakfast will be provided for these students during these testing days. Please encourage your student to do his/her best and to get plenty of sleep for the three days of testing. If a student is proficient or better on all five of the tests, they will receive half (1/2) credit towards elective credit. The following schedule will be used to accommodate testing time. CMAS/PARCC testing days are, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday March 3, 4, 5.
7:30 – 10:45 TESTING – MARCH 3 (11:00am START for seniors)
7:30 – 9:15 TESTING – MARCH 4 (TWO HOUR DELAYED START SCHEDULE for seniors)
7:30 – 10:15 TESTING –MARCH 5 (10:30am START for seniors)
MARCH 3 MARCH 4 MARCH 5
LUNCH 11:00-11:30 1st hour: 9:30-10:10 1st hour: 10:35-11:15
1st hour: 11:35-12:09 2nd hour: 10:14-10:54 LUNCH 11:15-11:45
2nd hour: 12:12-12:45 3rd hour: 10:58-11:38 2nd hour: 11:48-12:25
3rd hour: 12:48-1:21 LUNCH 11:38-12:08 3rd hour: 12:28-1:05
4th hour: 1:24-1:57 4th hour: 12:13-12:55 4th hour: 1:08-1:45
5th hour: 2:00-2:33 5th hour: 12:59-1:41 5th hour: 1:48-2:25
6th hour: 2:36-3:09 6th hour: 1:45-2:28 6th hour: 2:28-3:05
8th hour: 3:12-3:45 7th hour: 2:32-2:57 8th hour: 3:08-3:45
8th hour: 3:02-3:45
Freshmen, Sophomore and Junior students are expected to arrive at the regularly scheduled time all days.
Seniors will have a delayed start time for the CMAS/PARCC testing days only and will be expected to arrive at school by the times indicated above on March 3, 4, 5. If seniors have to ride the bus to school, study rooms will be available for them during testing time.
Students being tested are expected to arrive at the regularly scheduled time. Please reschedule any appointments that will conflict with testing times.
Juniors will be taking the ACT test the morning of Tuesday, April 28th . They will be dismissed at the end of the testing period. All other students are dismissed for the entire day.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Rye High School at 489-2271.
District and individual school accountability information can be found on the Department of Education’s website at: http://www.schoolview.org and on District 70’s website at: http://www.district70.org
Rye High School, a grades nine through twelve school, is nestled in the foothills of the Greenhorn Mountains. This year, Rye High School is home to 225 students. For our students, we proudly offer a variety of extracurricular activities as well as a superior educational program. In fact, Rye High is one of the few high schools throughout the state of Colorado to receive a “performance” rating on the state accountability report.
Rye High School Mission and Priority
The mission of the Rye High School (RHS) community, which includes building administration, staff, students, and parents, is to provide a positive learning environment that features high academic expectations, respect, safety, and discipline.
The priority of the Rye High School community is to insure that our students are provided with a challenging academic course of study, quality extra-curricular programs, and a physical location that offers a safe, secure, pleasant learning environment.