Roger Bacon High School offers three academic programs in order to challenge the abilities of all students. The Freshman placement is determined on the basis of grades, teacher recommendations, and the results from the placement test.
At the end of each year, teachers and the guidance staff evaluate students to insure that they are performing at their highest potential. Adjustments are made as needed in consultation with parents. Because students progress at different levels, it is common to be placed in more than one academic program; for example, a student may take honors level math and science and college prep level history or English.
Guidance & Counseling
The Guidance Office is a wealth of resources for students. We provide personal, academic, college and career counseling.Reaching their full potential
Get a snapshot of the courses a student will take through his or her four years at Roger Bacon High School.Course sequencing
Our Academic Clusters are recommended for students wishing to explore and learn more about different career paths.Recommended electives
RB Honor Roll
We celebrate the hard work, dedication and academic success of our students. Congratulations to the Spartans making First or Second Honors.View the 2019-2020 Honor Roll
National Honor Society
National Honor Society consists of well-rounded students who exemplify the main components of NHS: Scholarship, Leadership, Character & Service.By invitation only
The Assisi Scholar Program is the most unique and selective program in the city for high achieving students. Established in 2012, the program combines the highest level of academics with leadership opportunities, innovation and spiritual growth.Learn about the program
Information & Technology Center
The ITC is the technology hub of campus. Students can access online academic databases, work in small groups in one of our collaborative breakout spaces, or get assistance with school iPads, software, or email.IT resources and databases
Roger Bacon has three full-time intervention specialists. We provide in class support, small group instruction/clarification of the regular education curriculum, and allowable accommodations for students with mild/moderate types of disabilities.Accomodating all students