Calling All Actors and Actresses!-Auditions for the play Fools will be November 1st and 2nd from 3-5 p.m. Auditions are open to all students and all skill levels. No preparation is needed. You only need to attend one day to audition.
Wear Red Friday!-It's Red Ribbon Week during which we call attention to alcohol and drug abuse. Please wear RED this Friday to show your support!
Join DECA-All Students interested in joining the 2016-2017 Elite DECA International Organization, there will be an Informational Meeting Wednesday, October 26 3:05 – 3:45 in the Media Center.
Winter Track-Any students interested in participating in Indoor Track please plan to attend a mandatory meeting on Wednesday, October 26th at 3:00 p.m. in Coach Beard's room-G204. Practices/Tryouts will begin Monday, November 7th.
Pirate Notations-Attention all singers! If you are interested in the acapella group Pirate Notations, please come sign up for an audition time on the Chorus Room door, A105. You will need to prepare a song to sing alone from memory. Auditions will be held on November 3rd after school. We hope to see you there!
Voyagers, PR's multicultural club, raised $1,300 for the American Forests Foundation during the month of September.
In honor of National Art Awareness Week the Fine Arts Dept. would like to thank the Administration and Faculty of Porter Ridge High School for their unwavering support of the Fine Arts Programs here. In the Fine Arts curriculum the students become family and support each other and their teachers. "Learning in a Visual Age, it becomes imperative that students have the art background to be well rounded people. It is a proven fact that the new CEO’s and directors hired by companies are creative people who can think outside of the box and therefore are better problem solvers. They have imagination, perception, recognition and sensitivity. All personality traits and talents which take them further in being great managers of people. At PRHS we strive to broaden the Fine Arts students’ view of the world globally and creatively," commented Jan Kerley.