About Roosevelt High School
This is Roosevelt High School! Home of the Rough Riders!
Roosevelt High School is located at 616 North 2nd Street in Johnstown, Colorado. The building houses grades 9 through 12 and served approximately 750 students in 2011-12. Founded in 1963, Roosevelt High School draws together the communities of Milliken and Johnstown. The original structure opened in 1968.
Roosevelt High School’s namesake was the twenty-sixth president of the United States. Teddy’s Rough Riders serve as the school’s mascot. Our colors are black and white with red trim.
The faculty is comprised of highly qualified teaching professionals with varying levels of experience and education. Above and beyond a set of customary credentials, many staff members own graduate degrees along with other additional endorsements, certificates, and specialized qualifications.
Roosevelt High School embraces all cultures. Our students form a cohesive melting pot of togetherness and a sense of belonging. A number of former graduates are staff members. Our top students earn scholarships and thrive in college, although everyone is treated as an individual and urged to move toward their goals in life.
Visitors are welcome at any time, but they must check in through the front office. Our faculty is eager to work with you. Communication is a key to excellence. We consider parent volunteers to be valuable resources.
The mission of Roosevelt High School, with our community (Re5J), is dedicated to provide all students a challending academic program in an atmosphere that will provide students the opportunity to become life-long learners.
Office 7am - 3:30pm
School 7:30am - 2:35pm
ROOSEVELT FIGHT SONG
Roosevelt, our, Roosevelt
We sing to thee
Fairest of all high schools
Give her one times three
Ra Ra Ra
Long may we cherish her
Faithful and true
Here’s to Roosevelt High School
We are all for you