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Roosevelt High School

 Roosevelt High School entryway
Phone: (307) 253-1400
Principal: Bryan Honken
Office Manager: Jennifer Pickering
Address: 3000 Independence Court, Casper, 82604
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“Roosevelt High School is committed to engaging, real-world learning through strong relationships, high expectations, and a safe, structural learning environment.”
Roosevelt is Natrona County School District’s alternative high school. With an award-winning staff, the school offers classes that are challenging and creative. The school provides a supportive, personalized learning atmosphere with support services to help students succeed. Roosevelt High School is committed to teaching students high-level academic skills and building passion that will put each student on the path to their future. Roosevelt holds its students to a very high standard. Attendance, participation, and achievement are non-negotiable.
Alternative High School Programming

Students at Roosevelt High School will receive a High School Diploma. Unlike the other high schools in town, Roosevelt’s students are required to earn 20 credits to graduate from RHS. Students will meet the state requirements for graduation:
3 Math courses
3 Science courses
3 Social Studies courses
4 English courses
2 P.E. courses
1 Financial Literacy course
as well as 4 Elective courses.
Additionally, every student will complete an electronic graduation plan and portfolio.
Roosevelt High School is NOT a “school of Choice” option. Interested students must begin the qualification and transfer process at their home high school. Roosevelt primarily serves alternative students in grades 10th-12th. 9th graders will begin their high school careers at Kelly Walsh High School, Midwest School, or Natrona County High School.

Classes at Roosevelt run from 8:00 a.m. to 3:05 p.m. An optional fifth block is available from 3:10 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.