Welcome to South Ridge High School, Home of the Mavericks! An "A" Performing School for the 2nd year in a row!!
AIMS testing Monday and Tuesday, February 24th and 25th! Early release for non-test takers.
Enrollment nights have been set for this Spring. Call for your appointment to become a Maverick!
Open House and Title 1 meeting February 5th from 4pm to 6pm.
FAFSA and Senior college information meeting after the open house from 6-7.
Ladies- Remember, tights and leggings must have shorts, a dress, or a skirt over them. Please come to school in dress code!
Muchachas recuerden que las medias y leggins deben tener shorts, un vestido, o una falda por encima de ellos. Por favor vengan a la escuela en codigo de vestimenta adecuada.
Who we are...
South Ridge is a college preparatory high school that offers students a demanding academic program with an emphasis on student learning and achievement. Students receive instruction from highly qualified faculty who are experts in their fields.
South Ridge is a data-driven school where best practices and the latest educational research is used to create an optimum learning environment for each of its students. South Ridge features a college preparatory curriculum offered in an innovative, flexible quarterly schedule format to work with the student. South Ridge High School is accredited by AdvancED.
SRHS NHS awarded Bronze medal for the 2nd time!
Every year the United Blood Services division of Arizona conducts a competition among Arizona High School students. The purpose of this competition is to raise awareness of the importance to donate blood and to encourage student to share
the information with others.
SRHS was awarded the Bronze medal for their
service and participation in the event. The photo above shows SRHS students and our sister Leona School AltaVista High school who were also honored at Chase Field for their participation in the United Blood Service campaign. Our participation in this campaign is just one more indicator that SRHS is committed to building stronger and healthier communities. Way to go SRHS!