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Roseville Area High School (RAHS) is a public high school located in Rosevillemarker, Minnesotamarker near the Twin Citiesmarker. It serves Roseville and the surrounding communities of Falcon Heightsmarker, Lauderdalemarker, Little Canadamarker, Maplewoodmarker, and Shoreviewmarker Minnesota. RAHS is the only traditional public high school in Roseville Area School District 623.


RAHS was founded after the 1986 merger of Alexander Ramsey High School and Frank B. Kellogg High School. The merger took place due to declining enrollment at both schools. The new high school used the facilities from the previously existing Alexander Ramsey complex, and the former Kellogg High School became Roseville Area Middle School.

Plans originally called for construction of a new high school (replacing both the Ramsey and Kellogg school buildings) on district-owned land near Lake Owasso. In the early 1990s, it was decided to expand and remodel the existing Roseville Area High School instead. The land held by the school district was sold and the proceeds were used to finance the construction at RAHS. The community built on the sold land is now known as Owasso Hills.

During the 1986-87 school year RAHS operated on two campuses, with both East Campus (the former Kellogg site) and West Campus (formerly Ramsey) serving grades 9-12. From 1987 to 1997 RAHS was only 10-12th grades with 9th grade at Roseville Area Middle School. Upon completion of the construction in the fall of 1997, 9th grade was moved to RAHS.


RAHS operates on a trimester system and allows students to take a maximum of five credits each trimester. RAHS offers a variety of Advanced Placement , College in the Schools , Honors, Connections, and standard track curriculum.

Advanced Placement

AP offerings at RAHS include:AP American Government, AP Biology, AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, AP Chemistry, AP Comparative Government, AP Language & Composition, AP Literature & Composition, AP European History, AP Microeconomics, AP Psychology, AP Statistics, AP Art History, and AP Studio Art Drawing.The English curriculum includes ninth and tenth grade level Pre-AP courses. In 2007, Roseville Area School District 623 received a $720,000 grant from the Minnesota Department of Education to expand AP and pre-AP programming in the district.

College in the Schools

College in the Schools is a program run by the University of Minnesota that allows high school students to attain college credit while staying in their high school. The CIS courses offered at RAHS are Composition CIS, German CIS, Modern Literature CIS, and Spanish CIS.

Post-Secondary Enrollment Options (PSEO)

In addition to curriculum offered at RAHS, in accordance with state law, upperclassmen in good academic standing may choose to enroll in post-secondary courses at no cost. Students can apply part-time or full-time to a number of affiliated institutions, including Century College, Macalester Collegemarker, and the University of Minnesotamarker. Credits earned at post-secondary institutions fulfill both high school and college credit requirements, and all high school graduation requirements must still be met.

Notable alumni

Notable Staff

  • Chris Simdorn - North Dakota state football player, 1990 Winner of the Harlon Hill Trophy, First Division II Quarterback to rush for over 3,000 yards in a career.

School Song

The Raiders' Fight Song was written by former University of Minnesota Director of Bands, Dr. Frank Bencriscutto. Its melody is an inverted version of the old Frank B. Kellogg High School fight song, also written by Bencriscutto.

Raiders' Fight Song

Go Roseville Raiders!
Win for Roseville High!

We will cheer you on, yes to Fame and Victory (RAH RAH RAH)!

Onward and upward we'll fight to the end!

So Go!



For Roseville High!


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