AT THE VIEW Daily – October 20, 2021

ACADEMICS: MTC College Application Tomorrow!

ACTIVITIES: Blazer Pink Out on Thursday 10/21/21

Senior Quotes Due Friday October 22, 2021

Red Ribbon Week October 25-29, 2021

ATHLETICS: Inaugural Hall of Fame Friday, October 22, 2021

This Friday during Halftime of our last home Football game of the season our Athletics Department will induct our very first Hall of Fame Class. This is a momentous occasion in the life of our Athletic Department here at Ridge View and they can’t wait to celebrate with you!

Also during Friday’s game we will observe Senior Night, Mental Health Awareness, and Middle School/Youth Football Night. Any middle school/youth football players and cheerleaders in uniform will not only get into the game for FREE but they can also run out on the field with our Blazers at the beginning of the game! Go to for more information and to purchase tickets.

AT THE VIEW Daily – October 18, 2021

ACADEMICS: A-Week for the V.I.E.W.

V.I.E.W. stands for Valuing Instruction, Enrichment, and Work Ethic. During the V.I.E.W. ALL students must attend this class and will receive additional assistance on concepts they may have not mastered during the regular class period and complete and submit missing assignments or assessments.

ACTIVITIES: Mrs. Cox, September’s Teacher of the Month

Congratulations to Mrs. Cox for getting the most votes and being named the September Teacher of the Month by our students!! She makes a difference every day and these great and insightful comments from students prove it!\

ACTIVITIES: Blazer Pink Out on Thursday!

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and we want to honor and recognize those in our Blazer community who have been impacted by this disease. In addition to wearing pink on Thursday, all students, staff, and community members are invited to submit the names of their loved ones here. They will be highlighted in a video shared at our home football game on Friday. Entries must be submitted by October 21st. Contact Ms. Fennell at with any questions.

ACTIVITIES: Makeup Picture Day, October 27th

AT THE VIEW Daily – October 17, 2021


ACTIVITIES: It’s Bullying Prevention Week

Bullying is an intentional behavior that hurts, harms, or humiliates a student, either physically, verbally, or emotionally and can happen while at school, in the community, or online. Those who are doing the bullying often have more social or physical power, while “those who are targeted have difficulty stopping the behavior. Those doing the bullying often have more social or physical power, “while those targeted have difficulty stopping the behavior. The behavior is typically repeated, though it can be a one-time event. Students often describe bullying as when “someone makes you feel less about who you are as a person.“ Although bullying should never be a part of childhood, more than one in every five students (20.2%) will be bullied this school year. 71% of youth have witnessed bullying at school. The age-old saying:  “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me,”  is simply not true, as bullying negatively impacts both targets and the witnesses. It can lead to isolation, low-esteem, academic problems, substance abuse, and other unhealthy behaviors.  The good news is bullying is 100% preventable.

October is National Bullying Prevention Month. This week Ridge View will bring awareness to bullying prevention by hosting a series of events to promote kindness, acceptance, and inclusion.

ACADEMICS: Scholars Grads Earn Research Certificate

Congratulations to 2021 Scholars Academy Magnet for Business and Law graduates Ikponmwosa Agho and Traniah Neal who earned an AP Capstone Seminar and Research Certificate for passing both components of the research track offered by College Board. #futureSObright

COLLEGE & CAREERS: MTC College Application Night

AT THE VIEW Daily-October 16, 2021

ACADEMICS: Scholars Grads Earn AP Capstone Diploma

Congratulations to 2021 Scholars Academy graduates Emilei Addington, Alyssa Gonzalez, Sarah Hasan, Anna Jones, Thomas Kane, Keyani Turner and Mykaela Werdenie who all earned their AP Capstone Diploma, meaning they passed both AP Seminar and AP Research, and scored a 3 or higher on at least 4 other AP exams. #futureSObright

ACADEMICS: Free Tutoring

ACTIVITIES: Win a FREE 2022 Yearbook!

If you have any questions, click here to email Mrs. Leslie High-Washington.

Click here for the Submission Form!

AT THE VIEW DAILY- October 11, 2021

ACADEMICS: MTC College Application Night

Grants & Scholarships

College is expensive! Learn how to maximize grants and scholarships to help defray the costs of post-secondary education for your military-connected student.

Click the picture to register for this event.

AT THE VIEW DAILY- October 9, 2021

Interact Club

Win A Free 2022 Yearbook

If you have any questions, contact Mrs. Leslie High-Washington at

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ACADEMICS: Scholar Students Testify to Legislative Committee

On Thursday, September 23, 2021 the Scholars Academy Magnet for Business and Law sophomore and junior classes testified to the South Carolina Joint Legislative and Citizens Committee on Children, which travels the state hearing concerns related to the welfare of our young people and then creates a report given to the legislature as advisement for their upcoming session. Our students spoke on the need for better comprehensive health education, more mental health services, better education on how to identify potential abuse, why we have to discuss issues of racism with our young people, the need for masks in schools, and the benefits of asynchronous learning for students’ mental health.  We are proud of them for taking the opportunity to use their voice.

AT THE VIEW DAILY- October 8, 2021

Homecoming at The View

It is Homecoming here at The View! This will be our first homecoming at our new stadium and we want you to join us as we take on our cross town rival, Spring Valley. #RVHomecoming2021

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Cuts For Gabbiee

Health Science 1 Class

Health Science 1 students getting a start on their Medical History Displays! The excitement and conversations are real!!

AP Bio Class

Dr. Degenhardt’s AP Bio students are collecting data to investigate the evolutionary history of hominins.

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