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  • Technology Fee Due-The Technology fee is due by Sept 30th. This can be paid online and is listed as “Technology Fee Current Year” or mailed to the school Attn:Bookkeeper. Students can also bring payment to Ms. McSheehan in the main office.

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  • ACT Prep Opportunity-ASPIRE-ACT PREP Class Opportunity for sophomores and juniors will begin October 1st at the Union County Agricultural Center in Monroe. Click here for details and cost. Deadline to register is Thursday, September 29th.

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  • Homecoming Dance-This year's Homecoming Dance theme is "Wander through the Galaxy!" The dance will be on Saturday, October 8th from 8:00-11:00 p.m. Tickets will be sold during all lunches from September 26th-30th for $15. Only wear rubber soled shoes in the gym! We will have a free coat check for shoes.

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  • HC Boneyard-The Homecoming Boneyard on Friday, Oct. 7th will include fun activities like pumpkin painting, a cornhole tournament, and an egg toss competition with friends! Students should sign up for cornhole during lunch. It's free and you can win prizes like t-shirts and candy. Come out to support PR!

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  • Union County College Fair-The Union County College Fair will be held Sunday, Oct. 9th from 2:00-4:00 pm at the Union County Agriculture Center, 3230 Presson Rd., Monroe, NC 28112. (located in Eastern Union County off Hwy. 74) This is a fantastic opportunity to learn about a lot of colleges in one afternoon!

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  •  Student draws in Visual Arts class

    National Art Awareness

    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.

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  •  Students visit Greece

    PR students explore Greece

    Six Porter Ridge students accompanied Math Teacher Jennie Yearick on a travel tour of Greece in June of 2016. They spent three days in Athens learning about the Greek culture and experiencing the beautiful countryside as well as unique sites such as an olympic stadium, The Acropolis and Parthenon, the Temple of the Oracle of Delphi. There was plenty of local shopping for souveniers, a "Greek Evening" with traditional food and dance, and a fun cooking class to boot!

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  •  Joanny Rodriguez

    The road to graduation

    Four years. Eight semesters. Thirty-two classes. Graduation is a day every high school student can’t wait to reach, but it's what has been done and accomplished along the way to graduation that really counts. For Porter Ridge High School Senior Joanny Rodriguez, "It's been full of ups and downs and many obstacles, but it's all been so worthwhile."

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  •  Students recycle

    Recycling at the Ridge

    Porter Ridge prides itself on many different things: sports, fine arts, academics and so much more. One thing that has grown in the last two years is the amount of recycling that Porter Ridge does.

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