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Damonte Ranch High School

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Damonte Ranch High School
Location
10500 Rio Wrangler Pkwy
Reno, NV 89521
Coordinates39°25′27″N 119°42′47″W / 39.424036°N 119.713082°W / 39.424036; -119.713082
Information
TypePublic
MottoEducate, Empower, Inspire
Established2003
School districtWashoe County School District
PrincipalDarvel Bell
Staff73.00 (FTE)[1]
Grades9-12
Enrollment1,738 (2017-18)[1]
Student to teacher ratio23.81[1]
Color(s)        
Athletics4A
Athletics conferenceSierra League
MascotMustang
RivalGalena High School
Information775-851-5656
Website

The Damonte Ranch High School (DRHS) opened in the Fall of 2003. Located in the Truckee Meadows, the school is the newest public high school in the Washoe County School District. Located in southeast Reno, the High School is named for the Damonte Ranch development during the rapid expansion of Reno NV. The Damonte Ranch High School DRHS opened as a combined middle school and high school, to help alleviate the overcrowding at Pine Middle School until Depoali Middle School was built. Depoali opened in 2009.

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It's been emotional. I've had friends struggle. I myself have struggled so much this year, especially my senior year. I am a DACA recipient. I was brought to the U.S. at 2 years old. There are a lot of scholarships who require you to be a U.S. citizen, which I'm not, and so I disqualify from those immediately. I'm also not able to receive federal financial aid. I actually feel frustrated, because I've been here my whole life. I've known Ellie since she was a freshman in high school. Just such a hard-working student, so sincere in her attempt to learn. She was my peer tutor in my algebra 1 class. Ellie is just such a wonderful role model for the students. She's always kind to other students. When a student doesn't understand something, she's patient with them, she listens to them. She also models for them being on task, having great behavior. Ms. Ault has been a huge help - she's been there since my freshman year. She's very welcoming, and she doesn't judge. She definitely helped me and a lot of students realize that we love math. I love numbers, and it's like a universal language. I hope to go to UNR. I want to study finance. I believe that all undocumented students should have the equal benefits as others, since we go through basically everything they go through, too. I go protest whenever I can, and I feel like it's very important to get your voice out there. I've written so many letters to Governors and Senators, and they've written letters back to me, saying that they're doing their best to try to help with a solution. My family is my everything, and being a first generation student, it's kind of hard. There's definitely a lot of pressure to set an example for my siblings. I've been able to have her for all four years, which has been wonderful. She's a woman of character and high integrity, and we are lucky to have her here at this school, and in here in this country.

Athletics

Damonte Ranch competes in the Sierra League of the Northern Nevada 4A Region (large school).

Damonte won its first state title in any sport when the girls' volleyball team defeated Las Vegas' Silverado High School in five games in 2006.[2]

The Wrestling team were the 2007-2008 Northern Regional Champions.

The girls' swimming team, as well as both ski teams were the Sierra League Champions.

Damonte Ranch High School's boys Track & Field team won the 2008 Nevada state title.[3]

The Baseball team had a 13-game winning streak in the beginning of the season, and in 2008 have had their first 20 win season in the history of that program.[4]

The girls' track team claimed a share of the Region Championship in 2011. The girls' 4 × 800 m relay team won back to back Nevada State Championships in 2010 and 2011. They also hold the current Northern Region Record.

The football field at Damonte is an artificial turf field, installed in 2006.

The swimming team at Damonte is small and generally does not place within the competitions.

The freshman cheer squad was undefeated at all competitions during the 2014-2015 season.

References

  1. ^ a b c "Damonte Ranch High School". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved November 29, 2019.
  2. ^ Perea, Robert (12 November 2006). "BACK-AND-FORTH BATTLE: Silverado falls just short of state title  Damonte Ranch tops Skyhawks in five-game match". Las Vegas Review Journal. Archived from the original on 8 September 2012. Retrieved 4 November 2011.
  3. ^ "Record Book: Track & Field (Boys)" (PDF). Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association. Retrieved 4 November 2011.
  4. ^ "Douglas wins finale, series against Damonte Ranch". Retrieved 2008-04-27.

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