Etched in Stone

College visit: University of Miami

College visit: University of Miami

Cambria Corp

September 29, 2016


Filed under 2016, Career Center, News, Ridge

Photo Credit: University of Miami (welcome.miami.edu/admissions/) University of Miami At a glance: Located in Miami, Florida 16,000 Students from around the world 12:1 student ratio 180+ majors, 280 student led organizations 18 fraternities, 14 sororities MU is located in Miam...

Week of 9/19 College Visits

Week of 9/19 College Visits

Karen Manley

September 27, 2016


Filed under 2016, Career Center

By Karen Manley and Rhett Daly Stay tuned for summaries of some of the major colleges that have visited Fossil Ridge High School’s college and career center this year. This will be a key resource for students unable to attend meetings and those looking to refresh their memories. Baylor University ...

Week of 9/12 College Visits

Week of 9/12 College Visits

Karen Manley

September 21, 2016


Filed under 2016, Career Center

by: Karen Manley and Isabella Mahal Stay tuned for summaries of some of the major colleges that have visited Fossil Ridge’s college and career center this year. This will be a key resource for students unable to attend meetings. 9/14/16 - University of Northern Colorado Greeley At a glance: ...

The club ABCs

The club ABCs

Cambria Corp

September 18, 2016


Filed under 2016, Art Club, Clubs, FCCLA, NAHS, Theatre

If you’re looking for something to do after school besides homework, eating, and sleeping, Fossil Ridge High School has a diverse array of clubs to keep you occupied and involved. While there’s way more than these clubs to join and explore, here are the top clubs you might enjoy. (Photo Credit: Ca...

New advisory challenge promotes unity

New advisory challenge promotes unity

Lauren Scott

September 8, 2016


Filed under 2016, Academics, News, Ridge, StuCo

Friday, September 2 Fossil swapped its opening assembly for a school wide challenge during Advisory. This new event was a test run that student council decided to hold based on student feedback. According to Amanda Jones, the advisor for student council, “As we were going through student council ...

First week of flying colors

First week of flying colors

Greenley Slater

August 31, 2016


Filed under 2016, StuCo, Uncategorized, Videos

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DrpREd3Qnvw Starting the year off with flying colors, Stuco held the yearly color dance that includes dyed corn starch, loud music,  dancing and was held in front of the main doors to bring all of the grades together for a night of fun dancing and covering each other...

Fossil welcomes the class of 2020

Fossil welcomes the class of 2020

Jaclyn Ambrose

August 17, 2016


Filed under 2016, Academics, News, Recent News, Ridge, StuCo

Wednesday, August 17, was the freshmen's first day at Fossil Ridge High School. Including an introduction to advisory, their teachers, and their peers, this day allowed the future graduates of 2020 to get to know Fossil. Chris Martella kicked off the day with a game of heads or tails, explaining ho...

Science Olympiad has success at Nationals competition

Science Olympiad has success at Nationals competition

Serena Bettis

May 26, 2016


Filed under 2016, Clubs, Features, News, Recent News, Ridge, Science Olympiad

Fossil Ridge High School's Science Olympiad team journeyed to Menomonie, Wisconsin over the weekend of May 21 for the National Competition. Over 50 teams competed from high schools all across the country, including a team from Japan. In order to participate in the competition, Fossil's team had to ...

Science Olympiad has near sweep at state competition

Science Olympiad has near sweep at state competition

Serena Bettis

April 29, 2016


Filed under 2016, Features, Local, News, Ridge, Science Olympiad

On Saturday, April 16, Fossil Ridge High School’s Science Olympiad team won the Colorado State competition. All of Fossil’s teams that competed, named the black, green, and silver teams, placed first, third, and fourth, respectively. The team has made a comeback after a disappointing loss to Poud...

DECA heads to Nashville

DECA heads to Nashville

Jacob Stewart

April 18, 2016


Filed under 2016, Academics, DECA, Local, National, News, Ridge

[slideshow_deploy id='14184'] The Fossil Ridge High School DECA chapter is going to nationals April 23-26 in Nashville, Tennessee. The actual  DECA Nationals event is one pixel in a whole screen that accounts for hours of practice and undying dedication of members. In basic terms, DECA is an org...

Culture Shock: Unity Day

Culture Shock: Unity Day

Katie Reed

April 12, 2016


Filed under 2016, Columns, Culture Team

Unity Week is a part of being an active member of the Fossil Ridge High School community, and  every year for one week the focus is on students uniting to create a better, more inclusive school environment. As a student, Unity Day could mean a plethora of things: a meaningful connection to the school, ...

Second annual Ridge Games

Second annual Ridge Games

Serena Bettis

April 4, 2016


Filed under 2016, Academics, Current Events, News, Ridge, StuCo

On Friday, April 1, the second annual Ridge Games, organized by Student Council, proved to be a fun, challenging, and late night for everyone participating in the event, which went from 6 pm to 2 am at Fossil Ridge High School. A take on the New York Times bestselling book series The Hunger Games by Suz...

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