High School

Welcome to Ridgewood’s High School

Grades nine through twelve (9-12)

High school students at Ridgewood are engaged in a challenging college preparatory curriculum. Students must earn 24 Carnegie units for graduation. These credits include

  • four units of English
  • four units of mathematics – Required: Alg I, Geometry, Alg II, plus one unit
  • two units of foreign language
  • four units of laboratory science – Required: Biology, Chemistry, plus two units
  • four units of social studies – Required: Civics/Free Enterprise, US Hist, plus two units
  • two units of Arts
  • two units of health and physical education
  • plus three units of electives

Electives include Journalism, Speech, and Music/Band.

Extra-Curricular Activities

High school students have access to a wide variety of extra and co-curricular activities such as Student Council, Peer Helpers, Beta Club, Key Club, Library Club, athletics, cheerleaders, band, and school yearbook and newspaper staffs.

Due to the vigorous academic program and the opportunity for individual growth fostered by small class sizes, Ridgewood graduates are well-prepared to successfully confront the challenges of college academia.