Written by Adrianna LoChirco Midterms are coming up, and with that comes the stress of having to review content from up to seven classes. To help ease the load, here is some advice from experienced upperclassmen on how to make … Continue reading A Guide to Passing Midterms
Written by Charley Harp Most seniors probably remember when Pleasure Ridge Park first started renovations. They began at the start of the 2017-2018 school year with some simple fixes like new windows and air conditioning units in various rooms throughout … Continue reading New Renovations at the Ridge
Written by Adrianna LoChirco In honor of Pleasure Ridge Park hosting its second annual blood drive, this story is going to provide you with the importance of donating blood. This time alone, PRP had over 80 students sign up to … Continue reading Be a Hero: Give Blood
Written by Savannah Sosna Recently, the Ridge has gained a new staff member- one with four legs and a wagging tail. Shelby Fox is Pleasure Ridge’s one and only therapy dog. Her job is to make students’ lives a little … Continue reading Who Let the Dog Out?
Written by Adrianna LoChirco The 2019 Excellence in Teaching has been awarded to Mrs. Jayna Fox. Fox is an English and journalism teacher at PRP. Mrs. Fox has been teaching at Pleasure Ridge Park High School for ten years. Fox … Continue reading Congratulations, Mrs. Jayna Fox!
Written By Adrianna LoChirco Blessed is a little bit of an understatement when it comes to the opportunities at PRP. For the 2017-2018 school year, PRP was proud to announce their partnership with the Academies of Louisville. The academy model, … Continue reading Which Pathway Are You Choosing?
Written By Julia Kirchner The state of Kentucky currently has over 4,000 homeless citizens, either living in shelters or in the streets. There are homeless shelters all over Louisville, so it may be surprising that so many people are still … Continue reading Helping the Homeless Stay Warm