Student Council consists of school officers and class representatives from Grades 5-8. The five goals of Student Council are leadership, diversity, academic achievement, school/community involvement, and school spirit. Student Council elections are held the second week of school. Ridgeline Academy’s Student Council is a new member of the Arizona Association of Junior High Student Councils.
Weekly Meeting Schedule
Thursdays, 3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
National Junior Honor Society
National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) is an academic honors organization for students in grades 6-8 with grade point averages of 3.75 or higher. The five pillars of NJHS are scholarship, service, leadership, character, and citizenship. NJHS applications are taken and inductions are held the first quarter of school.
Weekly Meeting Schedule
Thursdays 7:30 a.m. – 8 a.m.
K – 5 Clubs
Student interest clubs for Kindergarten through Grade 5 are provided by the school and outside vendors. Registration for K-5 Clubs takes place prior to the start of each quarter. Ridgeline Clubs cost $25 per activity for 7 sessions. Young Rembrandts, Chess Emporium and Future Stars clubs are paid directly to the provider and the cost varies by club. Please contact the front office for more information.
External Activity Provider
"Future Stars, character, accountability and success through sports."
Future Stars is bringing their unique, fun and exciting after school programs to Ridgeline Academy! This awesome program teaches important character components, insuring that your child is learning, compassion, hard work, selflessness, kindness, sportmanship and perserverance.
Offering lessons in Archery, Soccer, Cheerleading, Dance and Basketball with top of the line coaches. Pricing includes T-shirts and all practice sessions. Sign up now using the link below, or call 623-326-4267. All programs and practices will take place on the Ridgeline Academy Campus.
Space is limited, and classes fill up fast. Don't miss is opportunity to be part of the fastest growing quality youth sports organization in Arizona!
The Chess Emporium was founded in Phoenix in 1993. Since that time, they have become one of the nation's premier providers of scholastic chess tournaments and instruction.
Presently, Chess Emporium offers chess clubs at over 300 schools across the valley including the club at Ridgeline Academy. Students take part in regional and state tournaments, and in our short tenure, the Ridgeline Academy chess team has already received both individual and team honors in state competition.
Chess can help students increase their math, verbal skills, and their creative thinking abilities. Chess also helps students develop self-discipline, concentration, critical insights, analysis, and writing skills.
All grades are welcome, and spots fill up quickly! Join Chess Emporium to develop a skill you can use for a lifetime!
THE ULTIMATE DRAWING EXPERIENCE for GRADES 1 – 5
Young Rembrandts teaches drawing with a see-then-do method ensuring success regardless of artistic ability! Watch your child's creativity & critical thinking skills soar.