Announcements

  • Spring Book Contest-Join the Media Center's Spring 2018 Book Contest! Click here to join. You could win a prize! Contest ends on Thurs. May 10th and names will be drawn on Friday, May 11th. One entry per student/faculty/staff. Winners will be announced during lunch on the Scrolling Announcements board in the cafeteria and then should come to the Media Center to pick up their prize.

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  • Free Sports Screenings-There will be FREE sports screenings on Saturday, June 2, from 8:00-12:00 at Novant Health Child & Adolescent Medical Group on Wellness Boulevard in Monroe. Space is limited. Registration opens April 29th.Click here for more info.

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  • Student Graduation Speaker Tryouts-Seniors, if you are interested in trying out to be the 2018 Student Graduation Speaker, see the following document for information: 2018 Student Graduation Speaker Flyer.

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  • Free ACT Prep Info-Attention 11th grade students! This year all 11th grade students will participate in a very important test called the ACT. This test will provide valuable college information and count towards the overall accountability rating for Porter Ridge High School. In an effort to ensure our students are prepared and successful, Porter Ridge High School will offer a program called Method Test Prep. Method Test Prep is an online course that helps students build their SAT and ACT test prep skills.

    Please click the following link for more details! 

    ACT Prep Information

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  • Team Curing Cancer raises money for LLS

    Three girls with the help of one teacher at Porter Ridge High School took on a challenge to raise $50,000 for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Sophomores Luci Hinson, Nicole Cristy and junior Robin Jackson with the help of Math teacher Susan Driver competed to be 2018 Students of the Year for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

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  • StuCo: leading the way and having fun doing it!

    Everybody enjoys the fun and unique events that PRHS has to offer, but has anyone ever stopped and wondered, how are these events done? Who is in charge? Whose plans and ideas are these? How are these things put together? The PRHS Student Council, also known as StuCo, has a team of hardworking students who do their best to make school events full of fun and unforgettable activities, events and memories.

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  • PR's Winter Guard honor the memory of their own

    At the 2018 Carolina Winter Ensemble Association (CWEA) Mt. Pleasant Color Guard Competition at Mount Pleasant High School on Saturday, February 24th the PR Band of Pirates Winter Guard honored the memory of a student that they felt was one of their own. Gina Montalto, a freshman member of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School’s state-champion marching band winter guard, was a victim of the school shooting that occurred on Feb. 14, 2018 in Parkland, Florida.

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