A Message From Principal Pete Alvarez:

Dear Rampart Students, Parents, and Guardians,


As you may be aware, a recent inflammatory social media post that does not represent Rampart High School has been circulating within our community. Rampart High School does not tolerate racism or hate, and all students and staff will continue to be treated with respect.


The past month has presented not only our school community, but also the entire nation with unprecedented challenges, conflict, and polarization. Through this time, I have never lost hope or faith that we can continue working toward a culture of diversity, inclusion, respect, and acceptance of each other as fellow humans to sustain a better future for all. 


As we move into summer and wait to see what the return to education this fall looks like, it is more important now, than ever, for all of us to continue fostering, and more importantly improve upon, what makes Rampart High School special and unique. 


While there is a multitude of reasons that I am proud to be principal of Rampart, I am most proud that we are a school striving to be about Every Student Every Day. However, I cannot emphasize this enough, we are not there yet, but we are trying.  


Every Student Every Day is our guiding light for how we live and interact with each other; it leaves zero room for hate or racism.  After hundreds of years racism, inequality still exists. As the nation continues to grapple and struggle with this reality, Rampart also continues to grapple and struggle to realize what it can, and should be, for all students who walk through the doors of our schoolhouse. 


Now is the time for every member of the Rampart community to become part of the solution and work to eradicate racism through our actions, media posts, and dialogues with each other.  Regardless of how we return to education this fall, we will not only commit to providing the best education possible, but we will also commit to providing the best environment for Every Student Every Day.


We cannot lose faith. We cannot falter. Together, and only together, we will create a culture of diversity, inclusion, respect, and acceptance; a truly better future for all.



Pete Alvarez

Principal, Rampart High School

Rampart Upcoming Events: View All

More details can be found by clicking the event on the calendar below.  If you are looking for athletic events, practices, or meetings, click the "Athletic and Master Calendar" to the left.

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Class of 2020 Commencement Ceremony

Please review the pdf below or go to the RHS Senior Website for information on this year's Graduation Commencement.  Look for future correspondence through Infinite Campus Messenger or District 20Alerts.

Class of 2020 Commencement Ceremony 6.5.20.pdf

Summer Reading Information

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The 13th Annual KRAM Film Festival

This year, the students produced without a studio and in many cases with cell phones and unfamiliar software.  I'm proud of what they accomplished!  This year the Film Fest has gone virtual and is on our Youtube site.  The link to the film fest is below, as well as the list of the top 10 student films that made the fest.  Congratulate these students if you know them!  They did an awesome job!  A special thanks to our judges who will be watching and judging these films, Casey Bartels, Brittni Darras, Trish Anthony, Jeff Brown, Don Harding, and Andy Parks!  The overall category winners for Best Drama, Best Comedy, Best Videography, and Best Overall will be announced this Thursday. Winners will receive certificates in the mail and $25 eGift Cards for Amazon.com.  I hope you all are finishing strong, staying safe, and being healthy!

List of Films in Order

Mr. Moring's Intro (with special guest videographer, Zoe Moring, and inspired by Studio C's "Lazy Man vs Soda")

Student Films

1. The Roomate by Megan King (Drama)

2. Go Time! by Gabe Williams (Comedy)

3. Queen by Ella Bonilla (Drama)

4. Dreamin' by Kaitlyn Zaiger (Comedy)

5. The Permanent Solution by Sydney Jones (Drama)

6. Drip or Die by Suyash Bhave and Rishi Oza (Comedy)

7. Heresy by Sanavi Pillai and Ashlyn Schreiber (Drama)

8. QuaranTime Travel by Isabel Harrison (Comedy)

9. Charlie, Charlie by Taylor Donohue and Colleen Hanley (Drama)

10. Waking Sleep by Cannon Evans (Drama)

KRAM Film Festival Video

Rampart High School Senior Recognitions 

Please view the invitation below for information about the Senior Recognition Events!

Senior Awards Ceremony Invitation.pdf

To view senior recognitions, please visit the RHS Senior Site and select Senior Recognitions.

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Selfies for Students

The teachers at Rampart miss their student-families so much!  Many took the time to take a selfie and show you how much you mean to them!  Please enjoy this video, created by Mr. Moring.

Selfies for Students Video

Personal Project Information

If you are a Freshman interested in completing the MYP Personal Project, please see the information in the video and pdf below.

Personal Project Video

2020-2021 Personal Project Student Guide.pdf

For Students Not Returning to RHS Next School Year

Parents ~ if your student (grades 9-11) IS NOT returning to Rampart High School for the 2020-2021 school year, please notify the registrar as soon as possible.  Students must turn in all of their books and clear all fines before leaving.  You can email the registrar, Shirley Hoff at shirley.hoff@asd20.org.  Please include your student’s first and last name, a phone number where you can be reached, and where the student plans to enroll for the fall.  Students will not be officially withdrawn from Rampart High School until they have checked out and final grades have been posted to transcripts in June.

Upon enrollment in your new school, please have the new school fax an official request for records to (719) 234-2199.  No records will be processed without this request.

Junior Information

Message from Mrs. Lucero-During this time at home, there are many resources available to you to plan and gather information about options after high school. I have provided you with links below to aid you in your search and planning. Please reach out to me if I can help with any questions. Thank you! Andrea.lucero@asd20.org

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Counseling Information

For emergencies please see community resources below or dial 911.  Resources can also be found on the D20 Parent Resource Guide that can be found on the RHS and ASD20 website.


SAFE2TELL                                                       1-877-542-7233

Colorado Crisis Support Line                          844-493-8255

 Text to Talk                                                    38255

Pikes Peak Suicide Prevention                       719-573-7447

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline              1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Trevor Lifeline for LGBQT Youth                    1-866-488-7386

Aspen Pointe Crisis Stabilization                    719-572-6100

Cedar Springs Hospital                                   719-633-4114

Children's Hospital Colo Springs                    719-305-1234

Highlands Behavioral Health                          720-348-2805

Peak View Behavioral Health                         719-444-8484

New Graduation Requirements

Please click the following links to access the new graduation requirements.  These requirements will impact the class of 2021 and beyond.

New Grad Requirements Info Power Point 11.19.pdf

New Graduation Requirements Info Sheet.pdf

Contacting Attendance

If you are trying to contact the Rampart Attendance office, you do not need to call the main line. Skip ahead and dial them directly at (719)234-2040 and (719)234-2041

New: Dell District Discount

The Academy District 20 community now has a Dell staff/student/parent purchase site!!  There are currently only a few student devices available--but stay tuned!  Prices are considerably less than the Dell retail site.  If you are interested in purchasing a device or are wondering what devices will be compatible with our district network, start here: www.dell.com/mpp/asd20  



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Rampart Rams


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Click link to subscribe to watch our varsity games and other events online. 


Follow link to install a shortcut on a phone or a widget on a computer.


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 Documents and Info


Students must have a current year, visible parking permit sticker in their vehicle in order to park on campus. Students cannot pay for parking unless all outstanding student fees are paid. Pay for parking at Check-In Day or in the Bookkeeping or Discipline offices. You must register your vehicle, even if it is the same vehicle as last year (you can use this link: Parking Application form or pick up a paper application at Check-In Day). You must pick up your parking permit sticker in the Discipline Office.


Due to the early school closure, if you had an assigned locker for the 19-20 school year it is still your assigned locker for the 20-21 school year. 

For new students – Rampart assigns lockers ONLY UPON REQUEST. Fill out the Locker Request Form by August 10 and check your IC messages prior to Check-In day for your locker assignment.  Locker partner request forms can be filled out at Check-In day or in room 218 starting August 14.

Student Documents​


Student_Handbook_2019 - 2020.pdf


Profile Report 20-19 updated 2.25.2020.pdf


Course Guide 2020-21 - electronic version.pdf


12th Grade Class Registration.pdf

11th Grade Class Registration.pdf

10th Grade Class Registration.pdf

Freshman Presentation 2020 2024.pdf


ASD20 Technology Guidelines and RUA K-12 - 2019-20.pdf

Student Lap top Check out Form 19-20 RHS.pdf