Schools

Fourteen RHS musicians selected for music festival

Fourteen Ridgefield High School students have been selected to participate in a concert celebrating the…

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Radio project is biggest number in school board’s capital plan

Pushing to make the schools again part of the town’s $3-million-plus radio upgrade project, the…

RHS Interact Club collects necessities for RVNA patients

The Interact Club of Ridgefield High School collected food, paper goods, gloves, and other items…

P1?ROP Sandy Hook song

Ridgefield freshman teams up with bandmate to write song for Sandy Hook

Amber Schaper was in math class when text messages from anxious parents began suddenly interrupting…

About 50 students at Ridgefield High School joined the nationwide movement of protest against the state of race relations in America on Monday, Dec. 8.

Die-in protest at RHS charges discussion about ‘institutional racism’

The protesters were aware that as high school students in an affluent, mostly white suburb, they don’t bear the brunt of racial injustice, said Nick Patterson, one of the student organizers.

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