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Rancho Cotate High School “The Ranch” for short, is a four year comprehensive high school in Rohnert Park, California. It is located at 5450 Snyder Lane, adjacent to the campus of Sonoma State University.

It was established in 1966 and named after the Rancho Cotate land grant. It serves the Cotati Rohnert Park Unified School District. Enrollment in the 2006 2007 school year was about 1800 1900 students. A new football stadium was built in 2008.

The high school is fed by Lawrence E. Jones Middle School.


Rancho Cotate High School curriculum follows California State and Cotati Rohnert Park Unified District guidelines. The school district has adopted content standards and Multiple Measures assessments. These assessments allow teachers, students and parents to see where individuals are in reaching and/or exceeding District Standards. The measures determine whether a student has successfully learned grade level standards. The results of these measures enables teachers to teach to the individual student’s needs and strengths.

Rancho Cotate High School course offerings include academically rigorous courses, innovative electives, and award winning art, music and journalism programs. Extensive vocational classes are offered such as animation, web design, accounting, digital photography, video production, and a full range of autoshop and woodshop classes.

Advanced Placement and Honor Courses are offered at RCHS in specific subject areas, such as Social Studies, Math, Science, English, French and Spanish. Students can earn college credits or waive certain courses depending upon their scores and their school of attendance. The school also offers a program called AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination), designed to help under achieving high school students prepare for and succeed in colleges and universities.