Hear from Pacific Ridge's newest Upper School deans. History teacher and member of the 9th grade team, Heather Veit will serve as the new 9th Grade Dean, and math teacher Diane Sage who has been an integral member of the 11th and 12th grade teams over the past several years will serve as the new 12th Grade Dean.
Voices From The Ridge
At Pacific Ridge School, students develop local and statewide civic relationships through intentional engagement with the Carlsbad community, as well as local and state leaders. This past year the students built meaningful connections through service and outreach, and look to continue that progress this school year.
Much of the education narrative around ChatGPT has focused on the potential downsides of the AI tool (think Skynet from “The Terminator”).
The New York Times recently ran a series of opinion pieces answering the question, “What is School for?”
Inspired by the topic, our AP English Language teachers asked their 11th and 12th grade students to explore this question themselves. Following are four of their thoughtful essays.
Students, Parents, Family Members, Faculty, Staff, on behalf of our Board of Trustees, welcome to Commencement, 2022 - the 12th in Pacific Ridge School history.
Balancing rigorous academic study with joy in learning, particularly when it comes to project-based learning, may seem impossible. However, in my ninth-grade English class, we manage to do just that.
When it comes to keeping Firebirds healthy and ready to play their best, Strength and Conditioning Coach Casey Wheel and Athletic Trainer Melissa Guney-Fryan have got our athletes covered. We sat down with them recently to talk about their important work.
Former PRS Girls Volleyball Co-Captains Ari and Krish offer advice to student-athletes.
Most aspiring actors dream of performing with a Broadway star, but not many get to do it, especially when still in college. However, for Hannah LeBeau ’19, that dream already came true.
Pacific Ridge’s Oldest Building Becomes a New Home for Performing Arts Students.
Fifteen years can seem like a short time or a long time, depending on how you look at it.
At Pacific Ridge, it feels like the best of both. Sometimes I marvel at how far we have come in such a short period of time. And sometimes I look at photos of me (and others) who were here in 2007 and realize – it really has been fifteen years!