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6th High School Informational Meeting

Due to the passage of Measure D last fall the Roseville Joint Union High School District is moving forward with the 6th High School. Building plans were submitted to the California Department of State Architecture this past spring, once approved, they will begin construction of the school in Spring 2018. The high school will open in the fall of 2020 with freshmen and sophomores.


The Roseville Joint Union High School District will hold a new high school informational meeting in the Chilton Middle School multi-purpose room on Tuesday, October 17th at 6 PM.


Here is the link to the community input survey for name, colors, and mascot. http://bit.ly/highschool6


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