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TCC vs. AP Classes

TCC vs. AP Classes

Osaivbie Uhunmwuangho, ENN Staff

March 6, 2018


Filed under LRHS News

MISD collaborated with Tarrant County College (TCC) for the dual credit option for many years. It allows you to receive definite college credit in high school when you pass the class. With a number of TCC classes being offered at Lake Ridge, students can apply for them in hopes of getting credit for...

Academic Decathlon: The Road to State

Academic Decathlon: The Road to State

February 27, 2018


Filed under LRHS News

Months of intense preparation and dedication led up to this moment. Countless hours of studying and sleepless nights spent reviewing have helped bring them to where they are now. The Lake Ridge High School Academic Decathlon team has advanced all the way to the All-State competition, where they will...

Lake Ridge’s Own Black History Celebration

Lake Ridge’s Own Black History Celebration

Sydney Ferguson, ENN Staff

February 27, 2018


Filed under LRHS News

Black History Month is meant to be a month long celebration of the achievements and contributions of African-Americans, as well as a time to acknowledge their struggles. In the past, Lake Ridge’s method of participating was mentioning a fact about a black historical figure on the announcements. In...

Partners in P.E.

Partners in P.E.

Osaivbie Uhunmwuangho, ENN Staff

February 8, 2018


Filed under LRHS News

Not every student enjoys being physically active, especially when it comes to  class. However, Physical Education is a required course in MISD. Yet, some students go above and beyond by joining a P.E. class thats a little different than the regular classes. Partners in P.E is a class where students...

An Educator on Two Fronts

An Educator on Two Fronts

Connor Thompson, Writer

February 8, 2018


Filed under Faculty Profiles, LRHS News

Christopher Peralta stands in front of his class, simply gazing around the room. His eyes meet several students, those of which he'll be seeing after school. However, these students aren't in trouble. In fact, quite the opposite. Peralta coaches the award-winning Lake Ridge High School Tennis Team, who...

Artists “Emerge”

Artists “Emerge”

Sophie Combs, ENN Staff

February 6, 2018


Filed under LRHS News, Showcase

Millions of emotions, some that don’t even have names to describe them, all captured into one slab of clay. Writing and speaking are ways that people express their feelings, but those aren’t the only ways. Art hasn’t always just been realistic or literal; many paintings and sculptures have deeper...

Crosswalk Safety Concerns

Crosswalk Safety Concerns

Ella Gwartney, ENN Staff

December 14, 2017


Filed under LRHS News

One after another cars breeze by, paying no attention to the striped lines painted onto the pavement beneath their tires. Around seven in the morning, despite the sun not even being up, students begin their trek to school. The single crosswalk on Day Miar Road in front of Lake Ridge High School is a...

Rodeo Team Rides to Recognition

Rodeo Team Rides to Recognition

Ashton Blackwell, ENN Staff

December 1, 2017


Filed under LRHS News

Imagine a Saturday afternoon consisting of thousand pound animals, high school students, and a cash prize and you will know what it's like to be a member of the MISD Rodeo team. The team competes frequently against other districts in various events such as barrel-racing, poles, roping, and more. While...

Home of the Brave. Lake Ridge Honors its Veterans

Home of the Brave. Lake Ridge Honors its Veterans

Sydney Ferguson, ENN Staff

November 9, 2017


Filed under LRHS News

Every year on November 11th, veterans all across the United States are honored for their current and previous service. The brave men and women who have fought for this country are honored with parades, parties, and more. This year, some of Lake Ridge's own current and former soldiers shared what the...

Trick-or-Treating Age Limit?

Trick-or-Treating Age Limit?

Jaime Zuniga, ENN Staff

November 1, 2017


Filed under LRHS News

The yearly tradition of dressing up and getting candy is an event that is anticipated by students and adults alike. Due to this anticipation, costumes are often planned weeks ahead of time. With the preparation and the creating of costumes, the topic of trick or treating naturally comes about. With that...

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