The Art Show—Why You Should Come

Hannah Usadi ‘19

Walking through the Ridge Art Show, even the most prestigious of critics may fail to recognize these artists as high schoolers; the incredible work of these students displays talent far beyond their years. During the annual Ridge Art show held June 7 through June 9, Ridge High School displays...

April 7, 2017No Comments

Ridge Gets Worldly

Ridge Gets Worldly

Ahmed Sheikh ’18

This year, students and staff celebrated World Language Month at Ridge High School in early...

April 7, 2017No Comments

No Walk in the PARCC

James Gao ‘20

For many high schools, the standardized testing period becomes a burden that causes students immense stress. Administered in New Jersey and eight other states, PARCC, or the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers, has become a graduation requirement in Bernards Township...

April 7, 2017No Comments

Neuroscience and Nerves: The Annual New Jersey Brain Bee

Neuroscience and Nerves: The Annual New Jersey Brain Bee

Sarah Ho ‘17, Editor-in-Chief

The air is so sharp with tension that it could double as a neurosurgeon’s scalpel. High school...

April 7, 2017No Comments

Ridge’s Spring Musical—Fiddler on the Roof

Ridge’s Spring Musical—Fiddler on the Roof

Emma Reilly ’20

On February 23, Ridge High School's Drama Club will produce the musical Fiddler on the Roof,...

February 16, 2017No Comments

Breaking the Barriers of Hearing, American Sign Language

Breaking the Barriers of Hearing, American Sign Language

John Tondora ‘20

As the last school year came to a close, Ridge High School not only said goodbye to a class...

February 16, 2017No Comments

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Does the Apple Fall Far From the Tree?

Does the Apple Fall Far From the Tree?

Diya Kulkarni ‘20

Ivanka Trump is a successful businesswoman, mother of three, and daughter of the forty-fifth...

April 10, 2017No Comments

The Promposal

The Promposal

Sanjana Sharma ‘18

As the flowers blossom and the warm weather teases, the boys and girls of Ridge are locked...

April 10, 2017No Comments

Prom is Pretty. Pretty Expensive.

Prom is Pretty. Pretty Expensive.

Louise Choi ‘17, School News Editor

A grandiose event hyped up by the media, prom celebrates the last year(s) of high school, allowing...

April 10, 2017No Comments

Rejection Based on Religion? Sad!

Rejection Based on Religion? Sad!

Saamia Khan ‘18

On the cold night of January 28, 2017, New Yorkers flocked to JFK International Airport with...

April 7, 2017No Comments

Is it the Mumps? The Measles? Oh No, it’s Senioritis!

Is it the Mumps? The Measles? Oh No, it’s Senioritis!

Keri Zhang ’17, Entertainment Editor

Grades drop like flies and students shrug in the face of mystified, frustrated adults—call...

April 7, 2017No Comments

No Waiting, No Trouble!

Gigi Duncan ‘20

Since the 1970’s, as many as 700,000 undocumented immigrants have entered the United States each year, taking refuge in the country [1]. With the introduction of President Trump’s “wall” and his various immigration policies, much debate has been sparked on whether people who have come...

April 7, 2017No Comments

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Civilians in Space

Civilians in Space

Amanda Wang ‘18

With the recent discovery of seven Earth-sized planets forty light-years away, endless possibilities await human advancement and knowledge in the massive Milky Way galaxy....

April 7, 2017No Comments

A New Era in Politics: Donald Trump’s Address to Congress

April 7, 2017

On February 28, 2017, President Donald Trump delivered his first address to Congress, replacing his provocative rhetoric with a less confrontational...

America’s Fate with a 51st State

America’s Fate with a 51st State

April 7, 2017

Among the fifty shining stars, the prospect of Washington D.C.’s statehood dims in comparison. Rep. Eleanor Norton of D.C., however, successfully...

Trump’s New Attorney General Plagued with Russian Ties

April 7, 2017

President Trump’s pick for Attorney General, Jeff Sessions, has recently been accused of lying under oath for claiming he had no interactions...

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Liberal Arts or STEM?

Liberal Arts or STEM?

Melissa Nora ‘18

For those considering liberal arts education in college, the dreaded question often arises: what opportunities do humanities majors have in the “real world”? Are jobs...

April 7, 2017No Comments

Remembering the Forgotten: Women on the Front Lines

Remembering the Forgotten: Women on the Front Lines

April 7, 2017

Despite popular belief, women have played an active role in the military since the birth of the United States, even if that role was previously...

Ridge Seniors on Leaving for College

Ridge Seniors on Leaving for College

April 7, 2017

Once each senior -- with a hard-earned acceptance in hand -- realizes how little time they have left at Ridge, a flood of emotions accompanies...

Wait…Where Is That, Again?

Wait…Where Is That, Again?

April 7, 2017

Can you pick out Ukraine on a map? Afghanistan? Iran? Israel? If yes, congratulations: you are better at geography than the vast majority of...

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Ridge High School News At Its Finest
Ridge High School News At Its Finest