Latest StoriesSeptember 11th, 2019
Rossview Football played Wilson Central on Friday, September 6, 2019. Unfortunately the Hawks came up short losing by a score of 14-20.
On Friday, September 6, Senator Bill Powers visited Rossview and presented a proclamation to pay tribute to all of Rossview for being honored as a reward school. The proclamation states that “the administration, faculty, and staff of Rossview High School have built an environment that ensures students have the very best atmosphere for learning”. The […]
When competing in academics, students are placed against others only in their level of Latin. Every Rossview student who attended convention placed in the top ten in the nation on an academic test. When competing in art, students are judged against others in their grade level.
The RHS Football Team played hard but lost to CHS by a score of 10-24 at CHS on Friday, August 23.
The 2019 Football Jamboree opened its season at the APSU Fortera Stadium on Friday, August 16, 2019. Rossview played against NEHS.
Fall Sports (football, volleyball, soccer, cross country and golf), cheerleading, dance, band and winter and spring coaches were introduced at the annual “Meet the Hawks” on Thursday, August 15, 2019.
Rossview High is proud to be recognized as a Tennessee Reward School for the 2018-19 school year. This distinction is the highest honor a school in the state can receive and is based on overallstudent growth and achievement.