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ACT/SAT Testing Schedule

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Timeline to College

For current juniors (Class of 2018)

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Vista Teen Outreach is a non-profit organization run by community volunteers.  They are providing food pantries at various schools throughout our district.  Hungry students are allowed to receive a backpack of food free of charge throughout the school year.  For more information about volunteer opportunities or donation needs, please visit their website at

For onsite information, please contact Heather Golly at or 760-727-7284 x72206

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On May 16 and 17, RBV staff, students, and family members teamed with local law enforcement, first responders, and more to participate in the Every 15 Minutes program to raise awareness about drunk driving and its consequences. Learn more about the program at

** This video is part of the Every 15 Minutes educational program. It was created as part of a mock drill; no one was hurt during this exercise, and the students shown are not actually engaging in illegal activities. **

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Kahuna Flowers and Rancho Buena Vista High School invite you to be part of the time honored tradition of giving your grad a lei at this year’s commencement ceremony. Place your order now for traditional single or double leis, kukui nut leis, or rose bouquets.

ORDERS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PICK-UP AT YOUR SCHOOL’S COMMENCEMENT CEREMONY, ON Wednesday, June 7, 2017. Deadline for Ordering: Saturday, June 3.

This is a fundraiser benefitting RBV's PTSA. Order yours at


The UCSD San Diego Supercomputer Center and the UCSD School of Medicine Health Sciences Division is once again offering the Mentor Assistance Program (MAP) for High School Students

Fall 2017 - Spring 2018 ** Student Application Period: May 1- June 4, 2017

UC San Diego’s Mentor Assistance Program (MAP) is a campus-wide program that engages high school students through a mentoring relationship with an expert from a vast array of campus disciplines and departments. MAP’s mission is to provide a pathway for student researchers to gain access to UCSD faculty, postdoctoral fellow and staff mentors in their own area of interest to complete a research project (i.e. independent study, class projects or Science Fair projects).  MAP is an opportunity for students to take the first step into a potential career path, allowing them to build an early foundation for success in their academic and research career.

The program reaches out to all students and makes an effort to reach out to underserved students who are seeking mentors to guide them with their research and career interests. We strive to recruit mentors from across campus who work in fields as varied as aerospace and psychology to athletics and bioinformatics. Students refer to the MAP website for mentor bios and research interests and through an online application process request to be paired with a mentor who best matches their research interest and career goals. By volunteering 2-4 hours per week during the school year, the program allows students to become familiar with a particular lab or work place from fall of this year through spring of next year. Such an experience is often very difficult for an underserved student to obtain and this program attempts to bridge that gap.

For complete information about the MAP program and to access the online application, please visit

For questions, please contact Ange Mason of the San Diego Supercomputer Center ( or Kellie Church of the School of Medicine (


RBV presents Ballet Folklorico on Saturday, May 27, at 7:00 pm in the PAC. Adults are $7; children ages 5-12 are $4. Tickets are available at the door. For more info see attached flyer or call 760-727-7284 ext. 72815.


The finance office will be unable to accept checks after April 30. Thank you.


Taking AP, IB, other Honors classes for the first time? Do you want to know what it takes for success in Honors, AP, and/or IB courses? Join us for the RBVHS AP/IB Summer Bridge Program and become better prepared for your next grade level and Honors classes.


  • Meet and work with your AP/IB/Honors teachers before school begins in August.
  • Develop skills needed to be successful in Honors classes.
  • 5 elective credits can be earned for attending the entire three week session.

Date: June 12, 2017-June 30, 2017

Time: 8am-12:15pm


Please complete the Google Form or contact Assistant Principal Heather Golly at or the AP/IB Summer Bridge Coordinator, Roland Arias, at


Save the Date! RBV Senior Scholarship Night

Date: Wednesday, May 24

Time: 7:00 pm

Where: RBV Performing Arts Center

Why: To honor RBV scholarship recipients




Rancho Buena Vista High School

Mission, Vision, & Values

Our vision at RBV is to exemplify inspiration, discovery, and achievement.

The mission of RBV is to be a collaborative learning community that inspires students to develop intellectual abilities and individual passions as they discover their purpose.


To address our Critical Academic Needs (CANs), the RBV community articulated four Schoolwide Learner Outcomes (SLOs), intended to guide instruction and expected learning at RBV.


  1. APPLY KNOWLEDGE – Students will be able to access subject-specific material from a variety of sources and demonstrate their ability to synthesize and apply information across content areas to solve real world problems.

  2. THINK CRITICALLY – Students will apply, analyze, synthesize, and evaluate information from a variety of sources and perspectives across content areas to form opinions, support positions, and solve problems.

  3. COMMUNICATE EFFECTIVELY – Students will demonstrate individually and collaboratively their ability to communicate effectively, applying technology and 21st century skills across content areas, through reading, writing, listening, speaking, and performing.

  4. MAKE CONNECTIONS – Through self-reflection and collaborative interactions, students will connect their learning across content areas to the real world, develop a sense of respect for different perspectives, and experience personal growth that helps them become contributing members of their local and global communities.

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Senior Activities can be found

on the Senior Page.

AP Test Schedule

There is a mandatory meeting for all students taking an AP/IB test.

Wednesday, April 19

at lunch in the gym

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Palomar Promise - FREE TUITION

Palomar College has recently announced its free tuition program. To learn more, please visit the Student page.


7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Monday - Friday




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