Ridley High School News

Ridley High School News

The R is Home

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Brock Anderson ’17 A true “I bleed green” Ridley fan would notice that the Ridley High School football team started off the season playing without the traditional rocking R stickers on the sparkling green helmets. On an August night 15 of 94 kids that were arrested at a local house ...

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Activities Day- Opportunities for Students to Get Involved

By Sam Margolis, ’18                                                                                              ...

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Meet the Faculty

The new administrative team approved to lead Ridley High School in the upcoming school year includes (l-r) Principal Dr. Kenneth Acker, and Assistant Principals Jabari Whitehead, Jamie Pena and Jack Signor.

Briann Moss ’19 Name: Mr. Jack Signor III, RHS’94 What is your position at Ridley high school?  -“I am an Assistant Principal” What did you do before you became an assistant principal here at Ridley  High School? -“I was an  Assistant Principal at Ridley Middle School for 16 years” What’s the ...

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Ridley students choose the National Guard for summer vacation

By Joe Ayers For Ridley High School graduate Cornell Vinson and upcoming senior Louis Castillo summer vacation is going to be different this year. Instead of hanging out with friends, playing basketball and soccer, or working, both will begin National Guard training. Louis will leave on June 22 for Fort ...

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Ridley’s first outdoor classroom

by Kellie O’Brien, ’16 Imagine writing an essay, solving equations or reading about biology while taking a deep breath of the fresh air outside. In the fall, you can hear the crunch of the leaves under your feet or, in the winter, you can feel the first snowflakes landing on ...

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Ridley Student Government paves the way

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by Kellie O’Brien, ’16 2015 has brought many great things to Ridley High School, Student Government being one of them. With sixty student representatives from all four grades, this group has been striving to improve the atmosphere for learning, regain school spirit, and create a voice for the student body. ...

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Mr. E: a teacher, a joker, a motivator

“I am the perfect blend of self-righteousness and self-loathing,” Mr. Eichelberger jokes. One of the funniest teachers here at the high school tells all about his history, career, spare time, and interests. Mr. Dan Eichelberger gives students an idea of where he began his path to math and the values ...

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Learning can’t be fun, or can It?

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by Kim Kuddar, ’15  In March I experienced my first high school field trip. Stepping on to that bus, I had no idea what was in store for me, but I was excited. My field trip was to the MoMA, The Museum of Modern Art in the middle of the ...

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Ridley scores baskets for Autism

by Delaney Kitzinger, ’18 In late winter, our high school held our first annual “March Madness”, a 4 v. 4. basketball tournament in the gym. This event was held as a fundraiser for Autism awareness.  The cost to play was $20 a team, $5 a person.  Each team was required ...

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Shhh, can you hear that?

Ever walk into a room to meet complete, utter silence, four walls, not even the sound of a television? For senior Michelle Preston, she faces this every time she gets home. Michelle’s parents are both deaf. Tommy and Donna Preston both attended Pennsylvania School for the Deaf (PSD). Tommy grew ...

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