Upper School

  1. Upper School Hosts Diversity Forum

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    The Upper School hosted its eighteenth Diversity Forum, an annual event held for local high school students to discuss cultural diversity as it relates to our community and world. The ultimate goal of the event is to provide a venue for student voices and produce globally conscious student leaders....

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  2. Lake Ridge Academy Hosts Mini College Fair

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    Lake Ridge Academy hosted a Mini College Fair on its campus, bringing together 14 colleges and universities for students and parents to individually ask questions and learn more about their institutions. Two educational sessions were offered, one addressing how to save for college and the other exp...

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  3. New Public Service Scholarship Program Available

    Lake Ridge Academy is pleased to support our community by announcing the availability of a small number of high school scholarships for the children of active public service employees including police officers, firefighters, paramedics, and military personnel. These scholarships will be awarded to s...

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  4. Two Seniors Receive National Merit Scholarships

    Elizabeth Coble '18 and Noah Kawaguchi '18 were recently awarded National Merit Scholarships from the colleges that they will be attending this fall. They join a group of 7,500 National Merit Scholarship winners who were selected from a pool of 15,000 finalists. Elizabeth Coble is attending The Univ...

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  5. Congratulations to the Class of 2018!

    The Class of 2018

    The Lake Ridge Academy community congratulates our graduating Class of 2018 and wishes them future success and happiness!

    The 50 graduates in the Class of 2018 have garnered over $4.1 million in college scholarships!

    Read more about their college matriculation.

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  6. Thespians Perform at State Conference

    The Imaginary Invalid Cast

    Over spring break, the cast and crew of the fall play, The Imaginary Invalid, were hard at work to recreate their performance at the Ohio Thespian State Conference. Selected as one of only four productions in the state to perform a full length play on the main stage, the group had only nine rehear...

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