Rio Rancho High School

Rio Rancho Rams "RR" logo
   Rio Rancho High School

School Profile:
Updated October 2020

Mascot: Rams
Colors: Hunter Green, Navy Blue, and White
Grade Levels Served: 9-12
Four-Year Graduation Rate: 89.8%
Founded: 1997, constructed through a community partnership with Sandoval County and Intel Corporation and through voter-approved property tax levies.

Staff Profile:

 Dr. Ryan Kettler
Vice Principal: Maurice Guerin
Assistant Principals: Patricia DiVasto, Elaine Gonzalez, Martha Hubbell-Espinosa, Betty Scheppmann
Activities Director: Bill Duncan
Athletics Director: Vince Metzgar
Instructional Leaders: Leslie Keeney, Rob Keeney, Diane Lea, Jennifer Miyashiro, Sandra Crawford, Robert Shingleton

Teachers: 147
Instructional Support Staff: 41
Non-Instructional Support Staff: 43

School Goals:
  • Students will demonstrate high levels of personal and academic achievement.
  • Students will display personal decency, responsibility, and civility within RRHS and the community.
  • Students will identify and prepare for future career choices.
  • Students will successfully complete a four-year high school program.
  • Students will identify and prepare for future career choices.
School Programs:
Classroom offerings: Audio/Video Production, Abnormal Psychology, Aviation, Astronomy, Aerospace, Forensics, Aerobic Fitness and Body Sculpting, Environmental Science, and others that apply math, science, and physical well-being to the young mind. RRHS also offers a full range of sports, fine arts (band, orchestra, chorus, drama, and dance), and academic extracurricular activities.
Where Are We?
Location map - Rio Rancho HighAddress: 301 Loma Colorado NE
Rio Rancho, NM 87124

Phone: (505) 896-5600
Fax: (505) 896-5901

Geographic Area Served:
South of Northern Blvd.

Student Profile:

: 2,572 (October 2020)
Percent Special Education: 12.4%
Percent English-Language Learners: 2.2%
Percent Free/Reduced Meals: All students federally-funded in 2020-21

Ethnicity/Race: The percentages for each category are rounded up or down to the nearest .1 which may cause the total to slightly exceed or be below 100%. In addition, families of mixed-race heritage may now also designate their child as being of more than one race. This may cause the percentages to add up to a number that is other than 100%.

African-American: 3.2%
American Indian: 4.5%
Asian: 1.7%
Caucasian (non-Hispanic): 33.4%
Hispanic: 56.6%
Pacific Islander: 0.5%
Unclassified/unknown: 0.1%