• class of 2021

    Seniors Course Information

    Seniors are required to take an English Course and a Government Course

    Use the links at the left and below to review the course descriptions before making your choices. Also review the graduation requirements at RLHS before registering for courses.   

    When you are ready to Register: You will be directed to a Google Form indicating your choices.  It is important that you rank your electives (1-5) so that we know what is most important for you to take.  There is no guarantee that you will get your elective choices because of space availability.


    • English (choose 1) read the descriptions

    - English IV
    - AP Literature

    • History/Social Studies (choose 1) read the descriptions

    - US Government
    - AP Government

    • Math (not required but HIGHLY RECOMMENDED) read the descriptions

    - Algebra II (yearlong -or- semester)
    - Trig/Pre Calculus (semester)
    - Calculus (semester)
    - AP Calculus (yearlong)
    - Statistics (semester)

    • Science (3 courses required for graduation) read the descriptions  |  watch Ms Graber's video  |  watch Ms Belinda's video

    - Physical Science
    - Environmental Science
    - Astronomy
    - AP Biology
    - Chemistry
    - Research and Laboratory Science (Research Class)
    - College Physics
    - Robotics



    • Foreign Language read the descriptions

    - Spanish I -or- II -or- College Spanish III
    - French I -or- III

    • Social Studies   read the descriptions

    - Montana History
    - World History/World Geography 
    - Sociology

    • English  read the descriptions

    - Creative Writing watch the video
    - Short Stories watch the video
    - Intro to Public Speaking/Communications (COMX 111)
    - Mythology

    • Practical Arts (CTE) (one CTE elective needed for graduation)

    AGRICULTURE   read the descriptions  |  watch the video
    - Animal Science
    - Vet Science
    - Equine Science
    - General Horticulture
    - AG Leadership

    FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCES   read the descriptions
    - ProStart I -or- II

    - Sewing and Apparel
    - Reality Check: Adulting 101

    INDUSTRIAL ARTS read the descriptions
    - Industrial Arts
    - Welding -or- Advanced Welding
    - Metal Art
    - Construction Trades

    BUSINESS/COMPUTER   read the descriptions  watch the video
    - Intro to Business

    - Photoshop and Film
    - Personal Finance
    - Computer Science
    - Advanced Computer Applications

    • Fine Arts (one Fine Arts elective needed for graduation)

    VISUAL ARTS   read the descriptions
    - Art I

    - Art II: Drawing and Painting
    - Graphic Design

    MUSIC   read the descriptions  |  watch the video
    - Band

    - Choir
    - Guitar I -or- II (Rock Band)
    - Music Ensemble/Jazz Band

    • Other Electives

    - Advanced Health Enhancement read the description
    - Emergency Medical Responder read description

    - ACT Prep  read description
    - One-Two-Free - Online College (2 free college courses) read description
    - Work Experience/Internship  read the description
    - Senior Prep  read the description
    - Montana Digital Academy  read description
    - Classroom Aide read the description
    - Tutorial
     read the class description  |  more information about Title I
    - AltaCare



     27 Total Course Credits PLUS 20 Hours of Community Service

    • Computer Applications
    • Health Enhancement 9 & 10
    • Math - 3 Credits (Algebra I, Geometry, Higher Math Elective)
        Note: At least one Math Course is required in years 9, 10, and 11
    • English - 4 Credits
    • Science - 3 Credits (Earth and Space Science, Biology, Science Elective)
    • History - 3 Credits (World History, U.S. History, Government)
    • Practical Arts (CTE) - 1 Credit (Agriculture, Business/Technology, Family & Consumer Sciences, Industrial Arts)
    • Fine Arts - 1 Credit (Music or Visual Arts)
    • Additional Electives - 9 Credits (Student Choice - any elective courses from ANY Department)


    Senior Course Request Form

    NOTE: You will have to log-in to your SCHOOL EMAIL account to access the form.

    Click HERE to open your Course Request Form
    Registration form will be available from May 12 - May 29th