Stage Crew Prepares for A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Tia Tennariello ‘22

November 19, 2019

In theatre, performers often earn the spotlight and praise of hundreds of audience members; such will be the case on November 15 and 17 when Ridge’s Drama Club presents A Midsummer Night's Dream. Nonetheless, of equal importance to the ...

The Difficulties of Starting a Club

Benjamin White ‘23

November 19, 2019

In the month of October, Ridge High School freshman Andrew Szabo was planning to start the Casual Debate Club. The purpose of this club was to enhance debating skills in a laid back manner without the pressure of a high stakes d...

The World’s Longest Hopscotch Course is for Lung Cancer

Bryan Liu ‘22

November 7, 2019

From July 22nd to July 27th, a small team of dedicated high school students toiled under the intense heat of a burning midsummer sun. Armed with nothing more than worn paintbrushes, heavy wooden stencils, and shopping carts st...

Ridge Vaping by the Numbers

Varsha Bhargava ‘23

November 7, 2019

Smoke spills out from beneath doors, shrouding everyone in a cloak of destruction. Enveloping the user and their friends in a cloud of death, blackening their lungs, and killing their innocence. These users wear acne on their ...

Senior Tailgate 2019: A Gate for Memories!

Michelle Li ‘20

October 23, 2019

It’s finally that time — seniors are starting a year of celebrations!  On Friday, October 11th, seniors were able to spend time together before their last Homecoming and Pink Out football game at the Senior Tailgate. Acc...

The College Application Frenzy

Sri Guttikonda ‘20

October 23, 2019

It’s October 10th, and the end is nigh as the early action deadlines for most schools creep up on us faster than the ghosts on our neighbor’s lawn. Ridge High School students are scrambling to balance their usual workload...

Power Outage: Powering Doubt

Blisse Kong ‘20

April 14, 2019

The lights flickered. They died. They didn't come back. On February 25, 2019, after hours of blustery, banshee-howling winds, the power went out around 10:15 AM at Ridge High School. According to younger students, the power went...

Health Wreaking Havoc?

Carys Law ‘21

April 14, 2019

Recently, a new health course requirement was introduced to upcoming sophomores and juniors. Next year, all sophomores and juniors will be required to take and extra marking period of health.  This decision received a lot of b...

The Doctrine of Ridge

Austin Hu '19

February 16, 2019

When that time of year comes around, when blood and sweat are spilled, when self-doubt becomes everyone’s best friend, what is necessary to win the battle against college applications? What is necessary to win the war of suc...

The Challenge of Using Project Citizen Surveys for the Good of the School

Cameron Mays ‘21

February 16, 2019

Project Citizen survey forms have flooded student’s inboxes over the past few months. From a variety of senders, these surveys are meant to take an in-depth look at problems that students notice in Ridge High  School, and gag...

Senior Health Baby Project

Brian Yoon ‘19

February 16, 2019

By the middle of January, it becomes commonplace to spot seniors carrying stuffed animals; some caress, some lug, and others toss their “children” on their way to classes. This is the senior baby health project. The sen...

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