As our school helps to shape the lives of hundreds of children each year, we are often recognized as a leader in both education and community involvement. Below are articles and stories from local and national news sources about our school.
Ridge Park Charter Academy will open its own voting booths Monday, November 5, at 12:30 p.m. for a mock presidential election. Students in Mrs. Womba’s 5th grade class organized the election and invi
At Ridge Park Charter Academy, the school year has started earlier than most schools.
On the first day of school, Johan Linna, the Dean of Elementary, commented on how so many students were not
Hannah Ting, an eighth grader at Ridge Park Charter Academy, recently received the surprise of a lifetime when she was notified that she was one of two inaugural recipients of the CollegeBound™
Despite a snowstorm that hit February 10th, around 250 students and adults attended the first Valentine Dance from 7:00- 8:30 p.m. at the Ridge Park gym.
Everyone had a delightful time dancing to
Ridge Park's 2012 Spelling Bee winners Abby Rodriguez and Jonathan Jernigan display their practice books for the upcoming Regional Competition.
It took 34 rounds to decide the 2012 Ridge Park S
It is that time of year when students are inside more than they are outside and instead of veg’ing out in front of the computer or TV we want to motivate them to read. The motivation for the Newbery
The 2011 season saw many improvements for the Ridge Park boys’ soccer team.
For the first time in school history, we were able to field two teams, which show how soccer is growing in popularity
We started off the season with a wide variety of skills - some had never played before and some play year-round on AAU teams. We had to adjust and teach everyone the fundamentals and build as a team.
Ridge Park fourth graders Collyn Austin, Jonathan Jernigan, Selma Pilav, Isabel Osborn, and Brenda Lopez are planting spring bulbs in the school's courtyard as part of a beautification of the school.
The mastery of basic math facts increases a student's self-confidence in math and increases the ability to absorb and master more difficult math concepts. All too often, students who do not memorize
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