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Phone: (651) 635-1670
Activities Administrative Assistant
Phone: (651) 635-1670
1240 County Road B2 W
Roseville, MN 55113
Phone: (651) 604-1469
Registration is now open for the Goodmanson Construction Charity Open Invitational Scramble Championship, benefiting Roseville Activities and the Weight Room Fundraiser.
Fall Activities registration opens July 1st. Please follow this link for registration links and for all FAQ's.
For any RAHS questions, please contact Natalie Crosby (651-635-1670) or Natalie.Crosby@isd623.org
For questions about grades 7-8 sports contact Tanysha Scott at RAMS (651-482-5290) or Beth Willinger at Parkview (651-487-4360).
Registration cannot be done over the phone or through the mail.
Registration for TCO’s Free High School Sports Physicals events is now open! Exams will be hosted at 11 convenient metro area locations from 5:00 – 8:00pm throughout the month of August. Their locations cover the entire metro making these exams easily accessible for all student-athletes. For more information and to register, visit TCOmn.com/SportsPhysicals.
We use an online system called Affinety Solutions to register students for athletics. Student athletes and parent/guardians can complete all paperwork and submit payment (credit/debit card and check) using the online system.
If you have any other questions regarding registration or fees, please click on the "Registration/Fees" tab.
All students are required to have a valid physical exam form on file with the RAHS or RAMS/PV Activities Office.
Physicals are valid for three years. If a physical expires during the upcoming season, a new physical is required before a student will be allowed to register.
Roseville Area Schools believe that participating in activities is a privilege students earn by maintaining academic standards and good conduct while in the classroom, at activities, and in the greater community.
What we do:
Provide competitive and high-level educational based athletics and activities programming. Our coaches and advisors also focus on teaching leadership skills, character development, sportsmanship, citizenship, time management, a healthy approach to winning and losing, and how to be a positive member of a team.
Why we do it:
Activities provide access to learning opportunities beyond the classroom. Studies show that students who participate in high school activities exhibit more confidence, compassion, and self-respect. It is our hope that, through participation in activities, our students will be even better prepared to enter the world beyond high school.