The Ridge Review

Color Guard is Going to Nationals

Color Guard is Going to Nationals
Emma Padelford October 25, 2018

The Mountain Ridge Color Guard has won the state competition 6 times in the past, setting a record for the state of Arizona. Cari Eng has led the school’s Color Guard for 14 years. One of her goals has always been to take Guard to Nationals. However,...

Swim and Dive Volunteers at Arizona’s Special Olympics

Swim and Dive Volunteers at Arizona’s Special Olympics
Chloe Merriweather October 24, 2018

Bright and early on Saturday, October 13th, Mountain Ridge Swim and Dive team went to volunteer at Arizona’s Special Olympics swim event at the West Valley YMCA in Litchfield. “Volunteering felt really good especially since I have a little sister...

Mountain Ridge Student Stars in New Movie

Mountain Ridge Student Stars in New Movie
Anna Goode October 24, 2018

The indie film, Pocket Man and Cargo Boy, is came to theaters on October 12, with our very own Mountain Lion and theater lover, Jeremy Behie, as a lead actor. Pocket Man and Cargo Boy is about a couple of kids who get sent to a special agency and have...

Should the School Have More Dances?

Should the School Have More Dances?
Cecilia Chepkoech October 24, 2018

According to a small survey here at Ridge in which we asked what school event the students look forward to most, the homecoming dance came in first place. This year’s homecoming dance was a big success, the majority of the student body came to have...

Should We Get Rid of Group Projects?

Should We Get Rid of Group Projects?
Emma Padelford October 24, 2018

Group projects are incorporated into school and lessons quite frequently. They are often seen by others as a great way to collaborate with classmates about a topic and to gain a better understanding of it, while still having a good time working with classmates....

Mr. Perry’s 1st Hour Brings in Most Food Drive Money

Mr. Perry's 1st Hour Brings in Most Food Drive Money
October 23, 2018

Shout Out to Mr. Perry's 1st hour for bringing in the most money for the food drive this Monday! Great job and keep it up!  

Winter Sports Tryouts

Winter Sports Tryouts
October 23, 2018

Interested in Winter Sports at Ridge? Here's the tryout schedule! Remember you must have your online registration completed and your physical on file in the Athletic office to be cleared for tryouts. Boys Basketball: Monday 10/29  Freshman...

Halloween Costumes Through the Years

Halloween Costumes Through the Years
Jenna Boden October 17, 2018

Halloween Costumes a lot of the time are based around popular movies and TV shows. This has been consistent almost every year, and although the trends change, the themes and inspirations are the same. 2001: “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone”...

The Ridge Bagel Express

The Ridge Bagel Express
Kristi Nyhaug October 17, 2018

This year the Transition School to Work program is starting up the Bagel express as a thank you and service for the teachers and staff. They are hoping that the students will get to learn entrepreneurial and work place skills. Teachers and staff can...

All About DECA and the State Officer

All About DECA and the State Officer
Kenadee Van Horn October 17, 2018

Sometimes seniors only worry about their grades or what college they are going to get accepted into, but Aditi Galande has different goals. As a DECA State Officer, she is a leader to over 6,000 Arizona DECA members. “As State Officers, our goal...

Half-Day Schedule 10-18,19

Half-Day Schedule 10-18,19
October 16, 2018

Schedule for the parent-teacher conference this week.

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