Ridgefest 2013 will be held on Friday, May 17 from 5 – 8 p.m.
Ridgefest is an event where Blue Ridge High School opens the school to the community to celebrate everything Blue Ridge related.
Kaili Sever of Blue Ridge High School has been selected April Tiger of the Month.
The school’s faculty nominates and selects one student “Tiger of the Month” based on personal conduct, work ethic, demonstrated academic achievement or improvement, and citizenship.
Members of the Blue Ridge High School FBLA chapter received recognition in several competitive events at the FBLA State Leadership Conferences held in Charleston April 12-14. The competitive events were part of a two-day program for FBLA members from around the state. The chapter had 17 members attending the two-day conference.
The members placed in the following events:
When faced with the task of selecting a show for his Advanced Drama class this semester, there was no doubt in Blue Ridge High School theatre teacher David Holland's mind that Shakespeare's classic tale of mischievous sprites, misplaced love, and an acting troupe trying way too hard would be the perfect offering.
Opening on Friday, April 26, at 7 p.m., followed by matinee (2 p.m.) and evening (7 p.m.) performances on Saturday, April 27, Theatre at the Ridge’s production of "A Midsummer Nights Dream" uses the classic text to, in part, spoof popular teen soap operas that can be seen on such networks as the CW, ABC Family and The N.
Blue Ridge High School Future Business Leaders of America is sponsoring a community wide blood drive Monday, April 22, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at the school's multi-purpose room. Signs will direct the way.
Qualifying students, faculty and staff, as well as anyone in the Blue Ridge Community can give the gift of life.
Wade Cooper became the second Blue Ridge High School coach to resign within one month when he announced Tuesday he was leaving as head football coach to become defensive coordinator at Dorman.
Glenn Reese resigned last month as Blue Ridge boys basketball coach after two seasons, citing living 20 miles from the school and wanting to spend more time with his three children.
Six students from greater Greer area high schools have been awarded the Foothills Scholarship by North Greenville University. The scholarships have an annual value of $12,000 and 4-year total of $48,000.
Victor Chasteen and Lucas McClain of Blue Ridge High School, Zachary Davis of Riverside HS, Ilse Peterson of Eastside HS, Kendra Webb, Greenville HS, and John Partin, home schooled, received the grants based on academic achievement, school, church and community involvement.