Shortridge has a defined history that contains a lot of surprises. Look at the picture above and look at the women of Shortridge from the past. Are you able to choose the correct date of this photo? Listed below are three dates and all you have to do is choose the correct date. If you choose the correct date you can win a prize. Look at the dates listed below and stop by the Media Center and submit your answer. The winners will be selected December the 5th. Good Luck!!
A lot of things are happening at Shortridge Magnet High School and it’s time to voice your opinion. LaDue is here to listen and offer opinions. Feel free to post a question and I will try to give you an answer quickly. LaDue
It is now time to order your yearbook for the 2014-15 school year. If you order your yearbook now it will only cost $35.00. Yearbooks ordered after December will cost $45.00. You will also have the opportunity to have your name imprinted on the front cover for only $5.00 more. If you have questions please contact Mr. Swink at firstname.lastname@example.org
Shortridge High School is 150 years old. The celebration of this monumental milestone will be happening soon. The Ridge15 Yearbook group is looking for unique Shortridge stories from alumni. If you have a story to share please submit it to Mr. Swink at email@example.com or leave a comment.
It is finally that time of the year again. The leaves are falling, the weather is cooling, and IPS is going on fall break. The last day before break is tomorrow, October 3rd, and we will resume school on Monday, October 20th. Have a great, safe time during break!!!
Monday: Pajama Day
Tuesday: Twin Day
Wednesday: No School ( PIT Day)
Thursday: Red Day
Friday: Blue Devil Day!!
Introducing the Shortridge High School 2014 football team and Shantel Rodgers.
Shantel Rodgers is an easy going junior here at Shortridge Magnet High School. Shantel left Carpe Dien to become part of the beautiful Blue Devil Nation. Not only did she become a member of our beloved school,she became a running back for our football team. This is not a hobby that Shantel took up this year, she has actually been on many football teams since she was in middle school as the years went on. Shantel is not shy around her team members an never lets there size intimidate her. She is fearless. Shantel feels she is treated the same way our male football players are treated. She has even made the decision that after high school, she will continue her love for the game to have a professional career in football. Shantel has pride that nobody can take from her. She maybe short but she packs a punch. She is proof that “Girls can do anything boys can do in high heels!” – Brooke Sachau.’
Shortridge had an amazing opportunity May 2nd by being able to hold a naturalization ceremony for 82 people from 36 countries here in our very own auditorium.
Those sworn in represented countries from all over the world including Brazil, Bosnia, Russia, France and African nations. One man who moved to the U.S. from England, Russell Harwood said “I intend to spend the rest of my life here, and I think it is important to really pledge your allegiance to show that you are serious about it,”
Shortridge being school for law and public policy was the perfect setting for this important event. Students have spent a great deal of time studying about immigration and the law, so it was well timed that a large number of students were able to take advantage of witnessing such an amazing opportunity.
The Shortridge Golf Team is ready to hit the links with their first match on April 9th against Gambold at the Riverside Golf Academy. The contest will begin at 4:45 and golf etiquette is expected on the course.
The team has been practicing hard preparing for the match, meeting daily with team coach Dr. Cochran. On April 5th the team will have its first pre-match to establish which team members will compete on the Varsity team and which ones will compete for the JV team. The pre-match will also be used to establish the number one player on the team. Weekly, team members will be allowed to challenge for the number one spot.
Students have been busy learning swing techniques, ball striking skills and how to improve their short game. If you are interested in joining, there is a only a few days left to become a member, so see Dr. Cochran in room 162.