Rosman High School

Rosman High School is a small school located in rural western Transylvania County in the southwestern mountains of North Carolina. This school is very unique in the fact that within one large building, there is actually a middle and a high school that are considered two schools, but occupy one building, sharing such single facilities as the media center, gym, and cafeteria. The combined school is the heart of the community and generations of families have attended. Rosman remains one of the few school communities in the region that has not been consolidated into larger school configurations. The economy of Transylvania County has changed considerably in the past ten years as a result of the loss of manufacturing jobs. However, Transylvania County does not receive low-wealth funding from the state due to comparably high property values. Many of the residents of the Rosman district are employed in service industries, with construction and landscaping being the two major business areas.

Tiger Pride is what drives most of the students at Rosman High whether it be on the athletic field/court or in the classroom. Our small numbers mean that there is a special bond between students, staff, and school. As the saying goes in Rosman...Good to be alive...Proud to be a Tiger!

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Land of Waterfalls

Transylvania County is known as the Land of Waterfalls. Our beautiful county is a waterfall wonderland. One of the waterfalls was featured in The Hunger Games.

The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins has become a pop culture phenomenon in the past few years. Our interest in this wonderful series of books has become more personal in the past year since the new movie was actually filmed in our state and some parts were even in our county. Hunger Games fever has taken over us all.

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