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Rosary High School (Fullerton, California)

Rosary Catholic High School
Address

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    United States
Coordinates

33°53′2.5″N 117°53′53″W / 33.884028°N 117.89806°W / 33.884028; -117.89806Coordinates: 33°53′2.5″N 117°53′53″W / 33.884028°N 117.89806°W / 33.884028; -117.89806{{#coordinates:33|53|2.5|N|117|53|53|W|type:edu_region:US-CA |primary |name=

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Information
Type Private, all-female
Motto Standing in Faith, Standing Together, Standing Tall
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic
Established 1965
CEEB Code 051007
President Deborah Urell Wesseln
Principal Judy Luttrell
Asst. Principal Shawna Pautsch;
Charlene Romano
Grades 912
Enrollment 514 (2013–2014)
Medium of language
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Campus two-story
Color(s) Red and gold         
School color(s)
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Athletics conference CIF Southern Section Trinity League
Mascot Royals
Team name
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Accreditation Western Association of Schools and Colleges[1]
Newspaper The Royal Reporter
Tuition $14,140 (registered in Catholic parish);
$15,420 (other students)
College Counselors Mayo Crismon '69;
Ellen Trojnar
Frosh/Soph Counselor Trina Hartman
Interim Director of Admissions Wendy Faust
Athletic Director Rob Ickes
Coordinator of Student Affairs Nikki Wilson
Counseling Assistant Janet Miller
Website

Rosary High School is a Roman Catholic all-girls college preparatory high school located in Fullerton, California. It is accredited by the Western Catholic Educational Association and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and is a member of the National Catholic Educational Association. Rosary's brother school is Servite High School and its sister school is Cornelia Connelly High School. Students are required to take an entrance exam in order to be admitted to the school.

Rosary was opened in 1965 by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles, and was originally administered by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange. In 1976 it came under the direction of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange at the latter's creation.[2]

Rosary offers a needs-based scholarship program as well as scholarships in various areas to incoming freshman students.

Red and Gold

One of Rosary High School's most novel traditions is that of "Red and Gold", an annual school-wide, student-run musical competition. From January to March, the students are divided into two teams (the Red and Gold teams) which each have student captains in the categories of script, drama, choral, dance, drill, props, publicity, media, fashion, historian, house manager, and stage tech, as well as two overall producers. A neutral ("White") team also participates, made up of ASB members as well as representatives from the junior and senior classes. The White Team helps to facilitate the logistical portion of the production and announces the winner at the end of the last performance. The goal of the annual Red & Gold competition is to feature talents of students but also to instill leadership skills and promote teamwork across all grade levels.

Stage collapse from March 8, 2014, at the Servite High School

On March 8, 2014, the theatre stage in the associate Servite High School collapsed during the stage play injuring 25 young students.[3] The group of the Rosary High School actors performed the comedy Theatrical, during the collapse.[4] At the time of the collapse of the theatrical stage decided 250 persons on the platform.[5]

Notable alumni

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