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Fossil Marching Band Excels in First Performance

Fossil Marching Band Excels in First Performance

Joshua Gwilliam

September 23, 2016


Filed under 2016, Arts, Marching Band, Music

One of the things that defines a school during sporting events is the marching band. The marching band is there to pump up crowds and show school pride to the team that they happen to be playing against. This, coupled with extreme focus and effort, makes for a show that the entire crowd can enjoy. Fo...

Painting a picture of AP Studio Art

Painting a picture of AP Studio Art

Jaclyn Ambrose

September 21, 2016


Filed under 2016, Arts, NAHS

[slideshow_deploy id='15263'] AP Studio Art is a senior class for numerous Fossil Ridge High School art students that’s about building and improving upon personal portfolios. Senior students are looking forward to the year of making their art skills better and getting to make more projects for the...

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...

Frankenstein: The Actors

Frankenstein: The Actors

Joshua Gwilliam

September 9, 2016


Filed under 2016, Arts, Theatre

Fossil is well known for its various theatrical productions of famous plays from all around the world. From West Side Story, to Our Town, Fossil’s theater department has acted through a lot of different and entertaining stories. No matter what, they always make it entertaining for the audience. Their newe...

Why I see so many shows

Avree Linne

May 11, 2016


Filed under 2016, Arts, Theatre

Ever since I was a child, I’ve been humming along to Les Miserables and creating choreography for the play, Annie. Theatre has always been there. Once I started truly involving myself in acting and tech, I also started  paying to see as many shows as possible. I aim to see a show a week, and some people think ...

Seniors show off their artistic talents

Seniors show off their artistic talents

Karen Manley

May 5, 2016


Filed under 2016, Arts, Band, Choir, Features, Media, Music, News, Orchestra, Photo Essays, Ridge, RidgeTV, Theatre

[slideshow_deploy id='14438'] Tuesday, May 3, was an exciting night for the seniors involved in Arts at Fossil Ridge High School.  Ms. Lemons, an art teacher, explains, “It’s the senior showcase for AP studio art students to show off their portfolio before we send it off to the college board to b...

Theater: Why do we do it?

Theater: Why do we do it?

Lauren Scott

April 27, 2016


Filed under 2016, Arts, Theatre

For the drama department at Fossil, Spring is a busy and exciting time of year. With the big school musical both techies and actors experience long, stressful hours, missed sleep, and no free time, so why do they do it? “Everyone is really committed, and it’s going really well and I like a lot of the p...

Our Technical Theatre Department is under construction for a change

Our Technical Theatre Department is under construction for a change

Avree Linne

February 11, 2016


Filed under 2016, Arts, Theatre

It’s February and registration for the 2016/17 school year has begun. Next year, there is a new theatre class available called “Technical Theatre Certification”. This class is a 9th hour, so it counts for school credits, but it is after school. It is only a semester long, but there is a possibil...

West Side Story cast list goes up online

Avree Linne

January 23, 2016


Filed under 2016, News, Ridge, Theatre

After an intense week of multiple auditions and callbacks, the cast list for West Side story is up. It is as follows: The Jets Tony – David Flint Riff – Teagan M. Brown Action –Kieran McKelvey A-Rab – Ryan Wilke-Braun Baby John – Austin Hand Snowboy – Sean Wilke-Braun Big Dea...

Fossil Theatre gears up for the spring musical

Fossil Theatre gears up for the spring musical

Lauren Scott

January 20, 2016


Filed under 2016, Arts, Theatre

Fossil’s theater program is getting the new year started with the spring musical, West Side Story. This year, the play will be directed by Mrs. Deana Kochis and collaborating with Mr. John Garner, and Mrs. Rust. Kochis has directed before, her most recent work at Fossil was the fall play in 2014, Harvey. On S...

Lights, camera, one-acts!

Lights, camera, one-acts!

Greenley Slater

December 6, 2015


Filed under 2015, Theatre

The cast lists are out, and rehearsals will soon begin for the senior one-acts. Fossil’s black box performance dates are January 14th, 15th and 16th at 7pm. Tickets for the shows are $5 and will be available on www.showtixs4u.com as show dates approach. The Girl in The Mirror, directed by M Brown and Ryan Wilke-Braun, is...

Top 15 most streamed EDM tracks of 2015

Top 15 most streamed EDM tracks of 2015

Emily Brey

December 3, 2015


Filed under 2015, Arts, Music

How Deep Is Your Love - Calvin Harris & Disciples (Chris Lake Remix) This was a huge international hit, landing in the top ten in over 20 countries, and quickly became one of the most streamed tracks of 2015. This deep house dance track features uncredited vocals, Harris also told KISS_FM tha...

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