• Class of 1972 Reunion

    Pictured left to right: Paula Mayfield, Pam Spratt, Cynthia Catalano and Lisa Luckett.
  • Class of 1979 Reunion

  • Class of 1962 Reunion

    Chuck Jamison, Barbara Spain, George Ignatieff and Bill Langley
  • Homecoming Judges 2017

    Adam Aguilera 1969, Mia Stizzo 2002, Ruth Ann Moore Tiner 1971, Ralph Navarro 1981, Bob McCarthy 1951
  • Roseville High School

  • Back to school night booth

    Back To School Night Booth

  • Class of '67 reunion committee

    Class of '67 - 50 year reunion committee

    Mike Kearns, Joe Alameida, Susan Dunning Mirtoni, Greg Sachs, Marilyn Gould Luna, Carol Royer Burns, Jeanne Chilton Lindberg and Stephanie Andreotti Dunn
  • 2017 Scholarship Recipients

    2017 Scholarship Recipients

    RHSAA Scholarship Recipients: Amanda Lopes, Stephanie Lunar, Elizabeth Ayala and Jessikah Vetterli
  • Sylvia Besana and Tiger Mascot

  • Class of '96 Reunion

    Sara Whiteside Greco, Natalie Valencia, Camille Smith, Leslie Green
  • Tedy Bruschi Football

Upcoming Events

Class of ’50 Luncheon

Feb 27 2018 11:30AM
RHS Alumni Association Meeting

Mar 21 2018 06:00PM


Welcome to the Roseville High School Alumni's official page (California). This site is dedicated to all current and former students and staff of Roseville High School. This site contains photos, events, and social media updates.

If you are interested in showing your Tiger Pride and supporting Roseville High, consider joining the alumni association. Our mission is to support the school and each other as a community.

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"Once a Tiger, Always a Tiger"

Saturday, August 19, 2017 Super User Events 249
Premiering on KVIE on September 17 will be a ten part, eighteen hour documentary on the Vietnam War. Filmed by award winning filmmaker Ken Burns, along with Lynn Novick, the project has taken ten years to film.
As part of the upcoming series, KVIE interviewed several residents from our surrounding communities on how the war impacted their lives.  Among the fourteen interviewed is our own Charlene Rhodes (Class of 1965) and Phoebe Wendt Astill (Class of 1961).
It is uncertain whether the interviews will be televised along with the documentary.  However, all fourteen interviews are a must see and available to view online: http://www.kvie.org/VIETNAMHISTORY