What sets Ridgeview apart?
Liberal Arts Focus
Much of the elementary school curriculum is a modified version of a Core Knowledge sequence that builds the foundation for a classical, liberal arts education in the high school curriculum. A robust, spoken Latin program begins in Kindergarten, and a Greek program starts in the third grade.
Test Preparation Helps Students Achieve
While Ridgeview expects students will do well on tests such as the ACT and SAT, faculty do not explicitly teach to the test. Ridgeview offers many AP courses and encourages students to take them. Additionally, Ridgeview provides free SAT prep for juniors taking the exam.
Ridgeview integrates the character pillars of citizenship, cooperation, responsibility, honesty, integrity, respect, perseverance, and courage into all academic disciplines.
"We are very thankful that our children are students at Ridgeview. Not only are they learning amazing things every day, but they are also encouraged to exemplify good character. They are encouraged to think critically and have wonderful discussions every day at school."
-- Anonymous Parent, 2016 (via Niche)
"Placing my daughter in Ridgeview is one of the best decisions I have made as a parent. The teachers are smart and caring. It is a top-notch school, and I couldn't ask for much more than that!"
-- Vi Wickam, 2015 (via Facebook)
3. AWAIT LOTTERY RESULTS
Ridgeview admits students using a lottery system. Open seats for students may be drawn for students throughout the year as they become available.