RHS Brag Board
RHS Brag Board
RHS Drama Society's "The Addams Family"
RHS 2023 Top Ten
RHS Band in Nashville
RHS Playoff Win vs Cousino
RHS Choir at Macomb Mall
RHS Career Day
Grace Patterson signing
REST Club at State Capitol
LaKiya Reese Scholarship
Mr. Chesher and State band students
- Congratulations to Archie Matthews, who was awarded a $1,000 scholarship as part of the McDonald’s of Michigan’s Black History Makers of Tomorrow program.
Alecia Dy has been selected as the winner of the 2023 Good Citizens contest sponsored by the local Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR). DAR is non-profit, non-political volunteer women's service organization dedicated to promoting patriotism, preserving American history, and securing America's future through better education for children. Alecia's essay was selected out of all of the Macomb County entries and has been forwarded to be considered at the state level as part of their Good Citizens essay and scholarship contest.
Daniel Duhaylonsod, a Junior at Roseville High School, has been accepted to the 2024 MSBOA Michigan All-State Band. This is his second year in a row being accepted! Daniel auditioned for the All-State Band in October of this year. For the audition, he had to record two prepared etudes, sight read an excerpt, and play scales from memory. All-State members are selected by a panel of experts who listens to each recorded audition from all over the state, making this a highly competitive and selective event. He will perform with the High School All-State Band in DeVos Performance Hall at the Michigan Music Conference on January 27.
- Congratulations to Justine Brun, Lyla Davis, and Franklin Zini, who were selected to be a part of the MSBOA District 16 Honors Band
- RHS Senior De'Zire Hendrix was honored by Rhonda's Brag Book on WDIV in October. You can watch the feature on her here: Rhonda's Brag Board: De'Zire Hendrix
- Congratulations to Jade Sanders, RHS Senior, who received two fantastic honors in the month of September. Sanders was named the Roseville High School Student of the Year for the Roseville Eastpointe Chamber of Commerce Salute to Excellence. In addition, Sanders was named as a recipient of the College Board’s National African American Recognition Award (NAARA) for her performance on PSAT, SAT, and in Advanced Placement Offerings over the course of her high school career.
- Vernard Snowden, RHS Student and Family Support Liaison and RHS Varsity football coach, was named as the Roseville Citizen of the Year by the Roseville Eastpointe Chamber of Commerce’s Salute to Excellence. Mr. Snowden received numerous nominations from the community for all that he has done to support the youth of Roseville and open doors of opportunity after high school for students with whom he works.
- Several RHS Jazz Band members performed at the MSBOA District 16 Honors Band performance on April 18. These students - Daniel Duhaylonsod, Katelynn Miller, and Jessica Olinger - were nominated by their band teacher, and then selected by a committee of music educators from MSBOA that reviewed nominations from over 40 schools in the area. You can watch the performance here: High School Jazz All-Stars Performance
- On April 11, Roseville High School held their annual Jazz Night, featuring performances by the RHS Jazz Ensemble, the RHS Jazz Band, and special guest Dwight Adams. You can watch the performance here: RHS Jazz Night 2023
- On April 21 and 22, the RHS Drama Society presented The Addams Family, held in the RMS Seraphime Mike Auditorium. The student actors worked so hard, and it showed in their great performance.
- Congratulations to Roseville High School’s top ten students for the 2022-2023 school year: Austin Barnett (Co-Valedictorian), LaKiya Reese (Co-Valedictorian), Paige Tomala (Salutatorian), Neveah Duerksen, Julia Fetty, Sydney Masterson, Katelynn Miller, Jessica Olinger, Eduard Telychkan, and Drewann Widen.
- Congratulations to Jay'Den Williams on his second-place finish at the state wrestling tournament in early March. As a freshman, Jay’Den finished the season with an impressive 47-2 overall record.
- In late March, students from the RHS bands took a trip to Nashville. Students and chaperones traveled through four states, visited the Lost River Cave Tour in Kentucky, had dinner at the Santa Fe Cattle Company, and took a guided walking tour of downtown Nashville. They also visited the Nashville Zoo, the Musicians Hall of Fame, Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum, and caught a live show at The Grand Ole Opry.
- Congratulations to the REST Robotics team who participated in the FIRST Detroit District event in mid-March. The team finished in 9th place out of 40 teams. Thank you to the REST sponsors Suburban Bolt & Supply, Brose North America, the RHS Booster Club, and the Argosy Foundation.
- Congratulations to the RHS Symphonic Choir for receiving a "1" rating in early March at the district level choral festival. All four judges gave the performance a nearly perfect score and said that Roseville has never sounded better!
- The RHS Auto Shop received a donation of a 1957 Oldsmobile Super ‘88 as a project car for the program.
- Congratulations to RHS teacher Dan Chesher, who was named the RCS High School Teacher of the Year in March. You can read about him here: Roseville Community Schools Announces 2022/2023 Teachers of the Year
- RHS Senior LaKiya Reese was featured on WDIV Channel 4 as one of 12 recipients of a $1,000 scholarship from McDonald’s as part of their “Black and Positively Golden” Youth Leadership and scholarship program. You can watch the video here: These Young Leaders Will Inspire You
- The RHS swim team collected some hardware at the MAC Silver meet in late February. Trenton Buckbee, Billy Scheinpflug, Parker Kinsora, Austin Barnett, Julia Puckett, Matthew Bowman, Chris Scheinpflug, Brian Hopkins, Elise Birr, Sorin McGrath and Matthew Bowman all earned medals. As a team, RHS took second in the MAC Silver and received the Sportsmanship award for the 2022-2023 season.
- The RHS Jazz Band received the second runner-up for Outstanding Band Award at the Central Michigan University’s 50th Annual Jazz Weekend Festival on February 10th, with Howard White Jr. also earning the Second Runner-Up for Outstanding Soloist Award.
- RHS Band Students attended MSBOA District Solo and Ensemble Festival on February 4, with soloists Jessica Olinger, Katelynn Miller, Daniel Duhaylonsod, Isaiah Williams, and Justine Brun earning First Division Ratings. Ensembles that earned First Division Ratings included Jade Sanders, Rashawna Lewis, Isaiah Williams, Daniel Duhaylonsod, and Katelynn Miller. Alexis Wolgast earned a second Division Rating as a soloist, and Zacarias Osorio and Isaiah Williams earned a second division rating as an ensemble.
- Congratulations to Dezzmon Meriwether and Elijah Baker who signed their letters of intent to play sports at the collegiate level this fall! Meriweather will be attending Davenport University to play football and wrestle and Baker will be attending Grand Valley State University to play football. The RHS Girls’ basketball team had the opportunity to play at Little Caesars Arena on February 6, beating Center Line. RHS Freshman Jay’Den Williams wrestled his way to a Regional Championship in the 144lb weight class. He will continue his quest for a state championship in March.
- Senior LaKiya Reese was selected as a recipient of the McDonald’s Black History Makers of Today Scholarship. She will be featured on WDIV on February 8 along with twelve other student recipients from the Metro Detroit region.
- Congratulations to three more Panthers who signed their letter of intent to play sports at the collegiate level. Paige Guinn will be playing softball at Schoolcraft College, Dezzmon Meriweather will be attending Davenport University to play football and wrestle, and Elijah Baker will be attending Grand Valley State University to play football.
- At the annual Choir Solo Ensemble Competition, RHS had 12 students compete in ten separate events. Congrats to Alana Allen, Kendall Cannon, Devin Newsom, Julian Ford, Oliver Loftis, Paige Tomala, Adrian Harris, Amelia Griffin, and Fred Duhaylonsod, who all qualified for states.
- Congratulations to Katelynn Miller and Daniel Duhaylonsod for being selected to perform with the Michigan All-State Band and Orchestra. The pair performed at the Annual Michigan Music Conference in Grand Rapids on Saturday, January 21.
- Congratulations to the following band students who were named to various Honors Bands in November. Michigan All-State Band: Kateylnn Miller and Daniel Duhaylonsod. Oakland Honors Band: Nathan Donaldson, Daniel Duhaylonsod, and Matthew Skoczylas. Olivet College Honors Band: Daniel Duhaylonsod, Katelynn Miller, and Kaylee Nagorny. Eastern Michigan University Honors Band: Daniel Duhaylonsod, Katelynn Miller, and Leilani Duhaylonsod. Central Michigan University Honors Band: Daniel Duhaylonsod. MSBOA District XVI Honors Band: Alexis Wolgast, Leilani Duhaylonsod, Daniel Duhaylonsod, Katelynn Miller, Nathan Donaldson, and Vaughn Rottiers.
- RHS Hospitality Management students carved pumpkins as a project for Halloween and then donated all of them to our American House East Residents in Roseville. Additionally, they made cookies as a project for Veterans Day and delivered them to the Veterans Day Ceremony at the Fraser VFW.
- RHS REST team members Paige Armbrister, Sumner Hull, Luis Gomez-Veloz, and Colton Masterson presented on December 7 at the Student Technology Showcase at the Capital Building in Lansing. They demonstrated 3D printing technology and vision sensing in robotic vehicles to a variety of interested parties. They met Lt. Gov Gilchrist and were recognized on the floor of the House as special guests by Representative Richard Steenland.
- RHS Choir students helped bring holiday cheer to patrons of Macomb Mall, performing several songs on December 16.
- On National Signing Day in late December, RHS senior Amare Snowden announced his decision to continue his football career at the University of Wisconsin next fall.
- A chilly night could not dampen the spirits of the annual homecoming festivities, including a great parade, a big 47-12 win over L'Anse Creuse, and the crowning of 2022 Homecoming King & Queen Leonard Curry & Aaniya Jordan.
- In early October, 25 RHS students participated in the annual MFG Day, touring Eifel Mold and Engineering in Fraser.
- The Panthers varsity football team defeated Cousino 49-7 in the first round of the playoffs on October 28.
- RHS Hospitality Management students carved pumpkins for Halloween. Finished pumpkins were delivered to American House Senior Living Complex for residents to enjoy. Additionally, they made and delivered cookies to Roseville Police and Fire Departments for National First Responders Day on October 28.
- On October 27, Roseville High School hosted their second annual fall Career Day. Representatives from nearly forty businesses spoke with RHS juniors and seniors about career opportunities in a wide variety of fields. Business guests also met staff members and toured the RHS Career Tech facilities.
- Congratulations to RHS senior Grace Patterson who signed her letter of intent to play volleyball at Madonna University next year.
- Two Roseville High School seniors received honors in September. LaKiya Reese received the National African American Recognition Award (NAARA) from the College Board and Paige Tomala was named the Roseville Student of the Year for the 2022 Eastpointe-Roseville Salute to Excellence Awards.
- The RHS Building Trades program completed construction on their latest house in the fall. The house was built over the course of the last three years, delayed a year due to COVID. The 1900 square foot house includes four bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, a full basement, and an attached garage. The house sold in September for $284,000. The money from the sale of the house goes back onto the program. It is the ninth house built by the Building Trades program on Guest Court.
- Desmond Straughton was named MLive’s High School Football Player of the Week for week three of the season.
- Several RHS teachers had their projects funded through DonorsChoose: Mrs. Houghton’s “Spotlighting Black Voices,” Mr. Smitka’s “Making Ideas into Reality – 3D Printing in The Classroom,” Mrs. Bond’s “Hot Rewards for Math,” and Ms. Stanley’s “TheFam Classroom Needs” were all fully funded through the program.