Friends and Family Art Show-The Spring Semester Visual Arts classes will have their drop in Friends and Family Art Show in upper and lower G halls from 6-7:30 p.m. this Thursday, May 26th. Come out and enjoy the show!
Band Booster Fundraiser-A Band Booster Fundraiser will be held Saturday, June 4th at Trail's Dynasty Mini Golf from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Trail’s Dynasty Miniature Golf will donate $1 back to the band for each game played. Please be sure to tell the cashier you are there for Porter Ridge Band. Tell your family and friends! Click here for more info.
New Student Enrollment Times For Summer 2016-Click here to see the Summer 2016 New Student Enrollment Times and Information.
Help Needed-Parents----WE NEED YOU! We need help proctoring for final exams on June 3rd, 6th, 7th and 8th from 7:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. If you are available one or more days, please contact Linda Robinson at firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you!
On April 26, Porter Ridge High School hosted its first ever Career and College Fair in the Media Center. Representatives from various colleges and industries set up informational tables designed to pique the interest of the PRHS students who rotated through the fair.
Air Force Junior ROTC students from Piedmont and Porter Ridge High Schools in Union County recently visited New York State where they toured the West Point Military Academy and New York City. Students were tasked with homework assignments that they would brief at each stop on the jam-packed four day tour. Several of the 50 students in attendance had the opportunity to present their topics on the bus ride to and from New York. "Sometimes it is just too noisy for the students to be heard trying to brief a large group on a busy Manhattan street," said Captain Louis Werder, the Senior AFJROTC Instructor at Piedmont High School. The student briefings on the World Trade Center, Freedom Tower and the 911 Memorial were accompanied by a 911 documentary.
The Parent Teacher Organization at Porter Ridge plays an important role in the school community. They do everything from providing needed money for classroom supplies to organizing teacher appreciation events. It is a great way for parents to get involved and help out the school. Meetings are generally held twice a year and the PTO Board meets each month.