FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes) Vision: To see the world impacted for Jesus Christ through the influence of athletes by forming relationships that will demonstrate steadfast commitment through integrity, serving, teamwork, and excellence
|Friday Mornings at 8:00|
week, we will have devotional, group time, and games
Students who participate in Ridgeview's Green Team will be contributing to the care of our Earth by working hard to recycle thousands of pounds of paper. Students will help to raise awareness of everyone's role as citizens and caretakers of our environment. We will do our part to support the Earth who supports us all.
|Room 253 Every Thursday after school, 4:15 - 5:15|
We watch Disney movies in French to develop listening skills
|last Thursday of the month 8:15-8:45|
Practice oral comprehension
Students can watch or draw their favorite Japanese anime/manga!
|1st Friday of the month from 8:15-8-45 am.|
Japan fest/New Year card contest
The No Place for Hate club's purpose is to foster an environment of acceptance, safety and diversity for all students.
|2nd and 4th Thursday (subject to change)|
Inspirational Message painting such as the "Nice Kid" mural outside the gym, restroom doors, maintaining NPFH bulletin board, MLK Day celebration activity in February, Poetry Jam.
Service projects and bonhomie for Ridgview’s LGBTQ students and their allies.
|4:15-5:15 on the second Thursday each month.|
Food donation drive, mural painting, designing/making buttons, shirts, etc
club will enable students to come together to work on their own art projects
|Third Thursday from 8:20-8:45|
will be able to draw and create their own projects with assistance from art
Club members take pictures of school events and design pages in the
yearbook. Members also volunteer at
various events through out the year for service hours. This year, our theme is community in Sandy
Springs. Come join us with your ideas!
pictures at PantherPalooza, Sports Events, and music concerts
is a club for students who are interested in writing of any kind, from poetry
to nonfiction. The club will provide students with a structure and community
for improving their writing skills and working on writing projects of their own
|Every Thursday from 4:15-5:15|
will have time for independent writing, sharing writing with peers, and
providing and receiving feedback on writing. There will also be discussions of
general writing prompts or tips. If students are interested, the club could
collect written work for an anthology to be published and distributed at
reading bowl will read and compete in
the Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl
|Mondays from 4:15-5:15|
Ruffin Reading Bowl (Jan/Feb)
Fandom club is a space for those who love fiction fandoms to come together and explore the worlds we love. Whether you love Harry Potter, Steven Universe, Star Wars, Star Trek, or any other book, movie, or comic universe, you can delve deeper into the world of Fandom in Fandom Club! We'll watch and read comics from different producers, discover new shows and comics, and explore fan music, fan cosplays, and fan art!
|Thursdays from 4:30-5:3015|
December 14- Into the SpiderVerse Opening Night. Parents and students can meet together to see the opening night of the new spider man movie!
Broadcasting Club consists of students who have already been chosen to participate in morning announcements. Students who hold a position as an anchor will rotate being in front of the camera delivering announcements each day. Other students who hold a position as camera crew will rotate working behind the scenes on the set.
|First Tuesday of every month from 4:14 - 5:15 PM|