Clubs & Activities: How We Play
Ridgeview has a wide variety of clubs and activities open to students at all grade levels. There are nearly endless ways for students to get involved on campus and make a difference in their community.
Student Ambassadors represent the school in various capacities as exemplary models of character & academics. The ambassador program was designed to cultivate leaders from within the school community. Read more about the Student Ambassadors.
Student Council (StuCo) is the popularly elected form of high school student government at Ridgeview. There are four representatives from each grade, plus a high school President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Parlimentarian. StuCo members plan social activities & coordinate charitable work.
Students may express their creativity through a variety of activities and clubs, including: Art Club, Creative Writing Club, Juggling Club, and Veritas (Ridgeview’s Journal of Art and Literature).
Math, Science, and Strategy
Students may participate in MathCounts, High School Science Bowl, Middle School Science Bowl, or Lego Robotics. Ridgeview also hosts successful Mock Trial teams and Chess programs.
Our students work hard on campus and out in the community. Students who wish to give back through their extra curricular activities may choose to be a part of Creative Crafts for Cancer, Hoplite Helpers, or Key Club.