Our Mission

  • The mission of Roselawn High School, a model alternative learning environment, is to ensure all students graduate with the skills necessary to achieve their fullest potential and to compete in a global society by providing an effective, student-centered educational program in a small, safe setting that incorporates high academic standards and collaborative partnerships with staff, families and the community.


    • All students will satisfy the requirements needed to graduate from high school with a diploma.
    • All students will develop and demonstrate character traits necessary to become responsible, productive members of society.
    • All students will acquire the necessary skills that will assist them in achieving their post-secondary goals.


    • We will design a plan to help students set and achieve challenging, personal goals.
    • We will establish a program to ensure staff; families and students understand and model the district-adopted character traits.
    • We will expand and ensure the effective use of programs and resources to strengthen the skills of students.
    • We will develop and implement a system of communication to support collaboration among all stakeholders.


  • T  Twenty-First Century Skills: Every student will have technology skills

    • Online Learning 
    • Computer Applications
    • Computer Literacy  

    R  Responsibility: Every student will be accountable for academic, personal, and social responsibilities. 

    • Attendance and Participation
    • Academic Growth
    • Post-Secondary Education and/or vocational Goals 
    • Emphasis on Core Skills: Reading, writing, listening, speaking, and problem-solving 
    • Reflective of choices

    A  Achievement: Every student will be able to integrate reading, communication, and reasoning skills across the curriculum. 

    • Emphasis on Core Skills: Reading, writing, listening, speaking, and problem-solving.
    • Awareness of individual learning modalities/styles
    • Recognizing that each individual’s ideas have value  

    C  Civility: Every student will acquire skills to improve the quality of life in their home, school, and community.  

    • Community involvement
    • An awareness and appreciation of the cultural diversities of others
    • Develop character traits to be a responsible member of society  

    K  Knowledge: Every student will acquire skills to become successful problem solvers and life-long learners.

    • Develop critical thinking skills
    • Participate in personal enrichment activities including Visual and Performing Arts, Physical Education (organized sports/activities) 
    • Develop essential life skills.