Announcements

  • The GREATRACE-Ms. Yearick is looking for about 20-25 GREATRACE student crew members to help set up the Race on April 26th. You cannot run the race if you are on the set up crew. You will meet with her several times in the weeks prior to the Race to help plan and organize. Also, you would report to E107 right after school and work until about 9:00 p.m.  the evening of the Race. Please see her ASAP in E107 to pick up an application if interested. You will receive service hours for your contribution!

    Students interested in running The GREATRACE on a 4-person team should keep their eyes and ears peeled for upcoming announcements. Team registration will begin in March!

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  • Lacrosse Meeting-Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse will have a parent meeting on Tuesday, January 16th at 6:30 p.m. in the Media Center.  At this meeting, parents will be able to register their athlete and pay their fees by check, cash, or credit card.

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  • Student Council Applications-Applications for Student Council are available outside of E107 for all rising Juniors and Seniors until January 22nd. Applications are due January 23rd. Please see Ms. Yearick with any further questions.

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  • PSAT Scores-PSAT scores were released to 10th & 11th grade students before winter break. Students were given information on how to access scores online through collegeboard.org or they can see their counselor.

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  • First Semester Review and Exam Schedule-Click here for the First Semester Review and Exam Schedule. 

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Featured Stories

  • Another successful marching band season!

    It was a successful marching season for the Porter Ridge High Band of Pirates, who performed an exciting show called Date Night in the 50’s. Their season was marked by a crowd-pleasing show, a rewarding opportunity to host Pirate Cove Classic, and the achievement of grand champion at their last two competitions.

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  • United For Puerto Rico

    Porter Ridge High School students and staff have been impacted by Puerto Rico’s devastation from Hurricane Maria that hit the island on Sept. 20th. Students and staff decided to find a way to help. One teacher who is from Puerto Rico and has family living there, Spanish teacher Maria Koonce, organized a drive for much needed items.

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  • New kilns broaden arts education for UCPS students

    Nicole Crowley has worked as an art teacher in Porter Ridge schools for the past 12 years. And every single year, she always wished for one thing: a kiln for her Porter Ridge High art class that will provide her students with an opportunity to finally create artwork made of clay. So when she found out that her wish will finally come true this year, courtesy of donations from the Union County Community Arts Council (UCCAC), she said she was “ecstatic and beyond excited.”

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