Cuts for Gabbiee Postponed Until Further Notice
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Sunday, April 30, 2017

ACTIVITIES: Global Gourmet Charity Dinner

The Global Gourmet Charity Dinner will be held on Thursday, May 4th from 5:30-7 pm in the Cafeteria Rotunda. This event will support Malaria No More, a global charity fighting to prevent the Malaria epidemic that claims the lives of 453,000 people per year. Tickets to the event are $7 for five samples of food from various world cultures and family traditions from the Ridge View community. We hope to give back to the world in a way that will make a difference. You can also plan to participate in a Silent Auction as Ridge View hopes to see that the rest of the world sees Malaria No More!

Senior Week Activities

The following events have been planned for our Seniors during Senior Week. Please see Mr. Butler in the Career Center if you have any questions.

Monday, May 22

  • Night Bowling at Royal Z Lanes on Two Notch Rd. from 9-11:30 pm; cost is $8 including shoes.

Wednesday, May 24

  • Skateland on Bookman Road, Pontiac from 6:30-9:30 pm; cost: $7 including skates

Thursday, May 25

  • Wear your cap and gown to participate in the Grad Walk @ Rice Creek Elementary at 9 am; no cost.
  • Field Day/Cookout on the Football Field; cost $5

Friday, May 26th

  • Senior Assembly; report to the small gym by 7:30 am with cap & gown

Wednesday, May 31st

  • Carowinds Trip from 9 am to 6 pm; Cost: $50 due on May 12th

This Week AT THE VIEW

Here is what is going on during Teacher Appreciation Week AT THE VIEW:

Monday, May 1
  • AP Chemistry Exam in the Multipurpose Room at 8 am
  • AP Environmental Science Exam in the Band Room at 8 am
  • AP Psychology Exam in the Multipurpose Room at 12 pm
  • PTSO Meeting in the Library Commons at 6 pm
  • SIC Annual Meeting & Elections in the Library Commons at 7 pm
Tuesday, May 2nd
  • AP Spanish Exam in the Multipurpose Room at 8 am
  • AP Art History Exam at 12 pm
  • AP Physics 1 Exam in the Multipurpose Room at 12 pm
  • Graduation Speaker Auditions in the Chorus Room at 3:45 pm
  • MEDTwo Seminar at 5:30 - 7 pm in the Multipurpose Room
Wednesday, May 3rd
  • AP English Literature Exam in the Multipurpose Room at 8 am
  • Graduation Supplies Delivery Make Up Day at 11:30 am in M-141
  • Rising Freshman Athletic Information Night in the Main Gym at 6:30 pm
Thursday, May 4th
  • AP U.S. Government Exam in the Multipurpose Room at 8 am
  • SIA Global Gourmet in the Cafeteria Rotunda at 6 pm
Friday, May 5th
  • AP U.S. History Exam in the Multipurpose Room at 8 am
  • Scholars Academy Advocacy Presentation in the Auditorium from 10:30-11:30 am
  • Orchestra Solo & Ensemble Event at Longleaf Middle School from 5-6 pm
Saturday, May 6
  • GEAR Up for EOC's on A-Hall from 9am-12 pm
  • AAAA State Track & Field Qualifier @ York H.S. from 11 am - 5 pm
  • Orchestra Solo & Ensemble Event at Longleaf Middle School from 5-6 pm

Final MEDTwo Seminar This Tuesday


Don't miss out on our last seminar of the year!

ATHLETICS: Boys Soccer Playoff Bound

The Varsity Boys Soccer team is playoff bound! The boys finished with a regular season record of 8-7, and placed 3rd in the region with a record of 6-4. Last Friday, the team defeated Westwood on their Senior Night by a score of 6-0, and on Tuesday night, the boys beat Airport by a score of 3-1. The team will travel to Greenville High this coming Tuesday in the first round of the playoffs. The Blazers and Spring Valley are the only Richland District Two schools to qualify for the playoffs this year. Congratulations Blazers! #GoBlazers

Saturday, April 29, 2017

ATHLETICS: Parks Unveils New Football Helmet

Head Football Coach Perry Parks unveiled the new Black on BLACK football helmet for the fall 2017 season. According the Coach Parks, "The best is yet to come for this program. Our culture is different!"

Frank Riley Memorial Scholarship

The Rotary Club of Blythewood will award two $1,500 scholarships to seniors in memory of Rotarian Frank Riley.  All high school seniors residing in the Blythewood 29016 zip code are eligible. Students of active members of the Rotary Club of Blythewood are also eligible to apply.  Click on the image for more information. Applications must be postmarked by Wednesday, May 10, 2017.

ACADEMICS: IHS Students Help North Springs Magnet

The Institute for Health Sciences students spoke to the first graders at the North Springs STEMS Magnet program to teach abut plants. Geraldo Bracete, Noah Gascon and Jacob Jordan discussed the needs of a plant to germinate and then helped the students plant seeds before they move them to their new greenhouse.

ACADEMICS: Senior Final Exams Schedule

Senior Exams will be administered from Monday, May 15th through Friday, May 19th. Click on the image to view or download the Senior Exam schedule.

Chromebook Maintenance

To keep your chromebook in good working order, please do the following:
  1. Update your Chrome browser on your Chromebook, desktop, and/or laptop once a week by opening a new tab and entering chrome://chrome in the URL box. Your Chrome browser will begin to update automatically. When it is finished it will ask to close your tabs and then it will reopen them for you.
  2. Make sure that you sign out and shut down your Chromebook every time you use it!
  3. Make sure that you fully charge your Chromebook dailyNEVER let it get below a 50% charge. You should power it on every day, even if you are not using it that day.
  4. Always keep your Chromebook in your case when not in use. 100% of all damaged Chromebooks this year have had a broken screen!
  5. Never use your Chromebook to charge another device, such as your phone, iPad, etc. as this will ruin your battery.

Chromebook help is offered at the Tech.B@r in the Library Commons to students with a pass Monday through Friday during 3-7th periods.

Friday, April 28, 2017

Senior Trip to Carowinds

There will be a Senior trip to Carowinds on Wednesday, May 31st. The cost of the trip is $50, which includes a ticket and transportation. This fee is non-refundable. We will be leaving Ridge View at 9 am and will return at 6 pm. You can pay for the trip by seeing Mr. Butler in the Career Center or in the Main Office by cash or check. Checks should be made payable to Ridge View High School. You can also make an online payment through Parent Portal by clicking on the school fees tab. Payment must be made by May 12th. Please see Mr. Butler in the Career Center if you have any questions.

Dr. Sarah Sanchez Scholarship

The Dr. Sarah Sanchez Scholarship of $500 is awarded each year to a student who has overcome barriers to learning and is now graduating from high school and eligible to attend an institution of higher learning. Dr. Sanchez, a school psychologist and administrator, worked for 35 years with students with disabilities; this scholarship is intended for students who are not eligible for other types of scholarships but have the motivation to pursue a vocation. Applications must be submitted by 5 pm Tuesday, May 30th. For more information, click on the image.

End-of-the-Year Important Senior Dates

Seniors, and parents of seniors, click on the image to view a list of important senior dates for the end of this school year leading up to graduation on Wednesday, June 1st. If you have any questions, click on the provided hyperlink on the list to e-mail the person responsible for a particular event.

ARTS: Final Bye Bye Birdie Show on Saturday


BlazerFest on Saturday

The campus of Ridge View High School will look more like a fun-filled carnival for children and adults to enjoy. This Saturday, April 29, the Ridge View High School Parent Teacher Student Organization (PTSO) is hosting BlazerFest. This community event, packed with fun, food, and games is from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. There will be bounce houses, a dunking booth, dance competition, live entertainment with D.J. Smooth from KISS 103.1, Taekwondo and more. Bring the whole family. Admission is FREE!

Thursday, April 27, 2017

ACTIVITIES: Prom Recap


Congratulations to Dr. Casey Moore, Ms. Wendi Wimmer and the Junior Class Officers on transforming R2i2 into a place F. Scott Fitzgerald himself would have been proud of for the 2017 Prom. The theme for the evening was Gatsby Prom. Congratulations are also in order for D'Markis Neal-Taylor, Prom King, Morghan Tyler, Prom Queen, Lauryn Mitchell, Prom Princess, and Gabriel McFarlan, Prom Prince. This was the first Prom held at R2i2. We hope everyone had a night to remember!

Summer Work Opportunity for Seniors

Seniors interested in summer work here at Ridge View should attend a meeting in the Multi-purpose Room on Friday, April 28th at 11 am. Also, seniors who do not have post-secondary plans should attend to learn of educational and training options available through WOIA. Please pick up a permission form in the Career Center to attend.

ACADEMICS: April Students of the Month

AT THE VIEW would like to congratulate our March Students of the Month, who were recognized with a Pizza Party and a certificate for their outstanding academic achievement. Our awardees were Samira Alvarez (School for the Arts)m Logan Carder (JROTC), Veronica Cue (JROTC), Knique Eichelberger (Social Studies), Madeline Hahn (Scholars Academy), Angel Johnson (Fine Arts), Brianna Looper (Math), Gabriel McFarlan (Science), Kiara Myers (Bio Health), Tavia Nash (Science), Ky Nguyen (CAT), Jocelynne Pagan (Fine Arts), Leah Pierre (Health), Nia Simpson (AVID), Bryce Smith (Social Studies), Sam Striggles (Math), Zaria Thomas (P.E.), Ashleigh Tobin (World Languages), Queen Trapp (World Languages), Sharletta Williams (Blazer Academy) and Ashley Zawisza (Allied Health). Congratulations Blazers!


ACADEMICS: FREE Standardized Test Prep

SC Virtual School is offering FREE standardized test prep for ACT, AP, SAT, and more on Shmoop. Click on the image for more information or click on the link to the registration page.

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

ATHLETICS: Region Golf Tournament Rescheduled for April 26th

Due to rain, the Region III-AAA Golf Tournament has been rescheduled for Wednesday, April 26th at Lancaster Country Club. Good luck to the team of Jacob Fink, Brenden Heo, Reagan Keeffe, Brent Wilson, Christian Wilson, and Coach Seth Gilmer. Go Blazers!

National Librarians Week

A Big Blazer Shout Out to our Media Specialists Ellyn Parsons and Collette Schmidt during National Librarians Week. Thank you for promoting Literacy and Media at RVH. Because of you, we all believe that reading is a Blazer thing! If you have time, stop in to see all of the great things going on in our Library Commons.

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

BlazerFest This Saturday

The campus of Ridge View High School will soon look more like a fun-filled carnival for children and adults to enjoy. On Saturday, April 29, the Ridge View High School Parent Teacher Student Organization (PTSO) is hosting BlazerFest. This community event, packed with fun, food, and games is from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. There will be bounce houses, a dunking booth, dance competition, live entertainment with D.J. Smooth from KISS 103.1, Taekwondo and more. Bring the whole family. Admission is FREE!

Monday, April 24, 2017

ARTS: Bye Bye Birdie Musical This Week


ATHLETICS: $10 Physical Day This Wednesday

$10 Physical Day is coming to Ridge View on April 26th. Do not miss this chance to get your physical to participate in sports next school year. Check in will be on M-Wing. Participants need to complete the History Form, Consent/Concussion Form and Sports Health Form and have these forms signed by a parent/guardian to be admitted. These forms are available in the Sports Physical Packet by clicking on the image.

ATHLETICS: Football Information Night on Tuesday

There will be Football Information Night for all current players, interested players, and their parents on Tuesday, April 25th at 6:30 pm in the Main Gym. Information will be presented about Spring Football, Summer Workouts and other important information for the 2017 Football season.

Business Week Camp Application Deadline Friday

The South Carolina Chamber of Commerce wants our students to participate in this year's annual Business Week Program. Business Week is a business education program that is located in 30 states nationally. Throughout this week long camp, students will learn about personal finance, ethics in business, leadership profiling, and entrepreneurship. The camp will be held from July 23-28th at Presbyterian College in Clinton, S.C. The application deadline is April 28th. Click on the picture for more information and an application. You can also find more information at www.scbusinessweek.com.

Sunday, April 23, 2017

ATHLETICS: Brooks, Diamond, Rice Sign Letters of Intent

Left: Kyra Diamond; Center: Kaiden Rice; Right: Octayva Brooks
It has been a busy week AT THE VIEW as three of our student-athletes have signed to play at the #NextLevel! Congratulations to the following student-athletes:
  • Octayva Brooks: Newberry College - Women's Track & Field
  • Kyra Diamond: USC-Beaufort - Track & Field
  • Kaiden Rice: The Citadel - Men's Basketball

Congratulations Blazers!

ATHLETICS: Golf Team Defeats Lugoff-Elgin

Congratulations to the Boys Golf team for their thrilling victory over Lugoff-Elgin. The Blazers and Demons battled back and forth for the entire match, and in the end, the Blazers came out on top by a score of Ridge View 218 to Lugoff-Elgin 219. The Blazers were led by Jacob Fink, who shot a 46. The team will be traveling to Lancaster to play in the Region III-AAAA tournament on Monday, April 24th. Good Luck Blazers!

This Week AT THE VIEW

Here is what is happening this week AT THE VIEW:

Monday, April 24
  • Spring Art Show in the Library Commons
  • Spring Into Action Kick Off
  • Walsworth Spring Workshop (Yearbook) at 9 am - 1 pm in the Multipurpose Room
  • Boys Golf Region III-AAAA Championship at Lancaster Country Club from 10 am - 4 pm 
  • Baseball vs. South Pointe @ Home (B-Team at 5 pm; Varsity at 6:45 pm)
Tuesday, April 25
  • Boys Golf vs. Irmo at 4:30 pm
  • Football Information Night in the Main Gym at 6:30 pm
  • Boys Soccer @ Airport (JV at 5:30 pm; Varsity at 7 pm)
  • JROTC National and Individual Awards @ 6-7:30 pm in the Library Commons
Wednesday, April 26
  • Spring Art Show in the Library Commons
  • $10 Athletic Physicals on M-Hall at 3:40 pm
  • Girls Soccer vs. West Florence @ Home at 6 pm
  • National Art Honor Society Induction in the Library Commons from 6-6:30 pm
  • Bye Bye Birdie Musical in the Auditorium at 7 pm
Thursday, April 27
  • Spring Art Show in the Library Commons
  • Bye Bye Birdie Musical in the Auditorium at 7 pm
  • S.C. State & Claflin University Field Study
  • Month of the Military Child Ice Cream Social at 12:22 pm
  • Boys Golf vs. Westwood @ The Golf Club of South Carolina at 4:30 pm
  • Region III-AAAA Track & Field Championship Meet @ York at 6 pm
  • National Spanish Honor Society Induction in the Library Commons at 6:30 pm
Friday, April 28
  • Spring Art Show in the Library Commons
  • Accuplacer Midlands Technical College Test in the Auditorium
  • WIA Summer Work Program Presentation in the Multipurpose Room from 11 am - 12:30 pm
  • Bye Bye Birdie Musical in the Auditorium at 7 pm
Saturday, April 29
  • BlazerFest at Ridge View from 10 am - 3 pm
  • Bye Bye Birdie Musical in the Auditorium at 2 pm
  • Gear Up for EOC on A-hall from 9 am 0 12 pm

Saturday, April 22, 2017

ATHLETICS: Boys Golf Drops Match to Spring Valley

The young Blazer Boys Golf team played a hard fought match against Spring Valley at the Woodlands Country Club on Wednesday. The boys were led by 7th grader Brent Wilson, who shot a season best 48. Jacob Fink also played well shooting a 49. This was the first match that the Blazers had two players shoot in the 40's. The final score was Spring Valley 170 and Ridge View 218. 

Gabrielle "Gabbiee" Swainson Memorial Scholarship

The Ridge View High School Gabrielle “Gabbiee” Swainson Memorial Scholarship is established to honor former student, Gabbiee Swainson. The scholarship will provide financial assistance to two worthy students to pursue their dreams of earning a college degree. The $500 scholarships will be awarded annually to students at Ridge View High School. Applications will be accepted through May 12, 2017. Deadline extensions will not be granted, and incomplete applications will not be considered or reviewed. Click on the image for more information.

Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals Essay Contest

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit is pleased to announce an essay contest for high school students in grades 9 through 12 in Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina. Students can win cash prizes of $1,000, $1,500 and $2,000. The theme of the contest is "Access to Justice," which asks students to consider and share their thoughts on the question: "What does access to justice mean to you and how do the Constitution and Bill of Rights enable this access?" Essays are limited to 1,000 words and must be emailed to essaycontest@ca4.uscourts.gov by June 16, 2017. For more information and the contest entry form, click on the image.

One Week to BlazerFest

The campus of Ridge View High School will soon look more like a fun-filled carnival for children and adults to enjoy. On Saturday, April 29, the Ridge View High School Parent Teacher Student Organization (PTSO) is hosting BlazerFest. This community event, packed with fun, food, and games is from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. There will be bounce houses, a dunking booth, dance competition, live entertainment with D.J. Smooth from KISS 103.1, Taekwondo and more. Bring the whole family. Admission is FREE!

Friday, April 21, 2017

Blazers Place at NAACP ACT-SO

On April 8th, students from across Columbia gathered at the South Carolina Science Academy to compete in the annual NAACP ACT-SO Columbia Competition. Students competed in academic disciplines including the Humanities, Visual Arts, Performing Arts, Sciences and Business. Seven Ridge View students received medals at the awards ceremony at the GMG Music Center on April 9th. Those students are:
  • Kennedy Bacon, Silver medal in drawing
  • Myia Bacon, Bronze medal in Music Vocal Classical
  • Joletta Barnes, Bronze medal in Music Vocal Contemporary
  • Illia Dia, Silver medal in Music Vocal Classical and a Gold medal in Music Vocal Contemporary and Dramatics
  • Kiara Hayes, Gold medal in Music Vocal Classical
  • Rondasia Willis, Bronze medal in Dance Modern and a Silver medal in Dance Contemporary
  • Amari Woodard, Silver medal in dramatics

As gold medalists, Illia Dia and Kiara Hayes will advance to represent Ridge View and the city of Columbia at the National ACT-SO Olympics that will be held this July 20-24th in Baltimore, Maryland. They will have an opportunity to compete for up to $5,000 in scholarship prizes. Congratulations Blazers!

ACADEMICS: Magnet Programs Visit D.C.

The Scholars Academy Magnet for Business and Law and the Institute for Health Sciences engaged in a field study in our nation's capital from March 29th to March 31st. Highlights of the field study included a trip to the Supreme Court, the Natural History Museum, and the National Institute for Health. The students got to visit the chambers where the Supreme Curt hears oral arguments, received an in depth view of emerging technologies in stem cell research, and examined artifacts from President Lincoln's assassination. 

Thursday, April 20, 2017

ACADEMICS: Senior Final Exam Schedule

Senior Exams will be administered from Monday, May 15th through Friday, May 19th. Click on the image to view or download the Senior Exam schedule. 

Underclassmen Final Exam Schedule

Underclassmen Exams will be administered from Wednesday, May 24th through Tuesday, May 30th. There will be NO LATE START on Wednesday, May 30th. Click on the image to view or download the underclassmen exam schedule as well as the bell schedule for the last six days of school.

REMINDER: Purple Up Day is Friday

Purple Up Day is Friday, April 21st. All Ridge View students, faculty and staff are encouraged to wear purple! Join the nation in celebrating "Purple Up! For Military Kids," which is an annual campaign sponsored by Operation Military Kids in support of our military children. Tweet pictures of our school's "Purple Up!" students, faculty and staff to recognize our military kids: #R2DoD and #DoDEA.

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

ARTS: Bye Bye Birdie Opening Night


Voc Reh Community Resource Night on Thursday


Student Summer Job Fair This Saturday


Blazer College Center Newsletter

Click on the image to read the Blazer College Center Newsletter for the week of April 17th to receive information about college scholarship opportunities, college representative visits, and more. Please see Ms. Aldighieri in the College Center in Room D-95 with questions or for assistance.

Senior Trip to Carowinds

There will be a Senior trip to Carowinds on Wednesday, May 31st. The cost of the trip is $50, which includes a ticket and transportation. This fee is non-refundable. We will be leaving Ridge View at 9 am and will return at 6 pm. You can pay for the trip by seeing Mr. Butler in the Career Center or in the Main Office by cash or check. Checks should be made payable to Ridge View High School. You can also make an online payment through Parent Portal by clicking on the school fees tab. Payment must be made by May 12th. Please see Mr. Butler in the Career Center if you have any questions.

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

ACADEMICS: R2i2 Tour

There is a tour scheduled of R2i2 on Friday, April 21st for students interested in attending R2i2 in the fall for their regular programming or to take dual-credit courses. The bus will be leaving at 9 am on Friday and will return around 10:30 am. Please stop by the Career Center if you have any questions or to pick up a permission form.

ACADEMICS: Graduation Information Packet

Seniors and parents of Seniors can click on the image to view the Class of 2017 Graduation Information Packet, which can answer many of your questions regarding graduating this year. This packet will be updated throughout the year. Students can also contact Ms. Wendi Wimmer in Student Activities regarding the graduation ceremony or their School Counselor regarding academic issues impacting graduation.

Monday, April 17, 2017

PTSO and SIC Meeting Monday Night

Due to the storms on Monday, April 3, 2017, the PTSO and SIC meetings have been rescheduled for Monday, April 17th. Both meetings will be held in the Library Commons. The PTSO meeting will be from 6-7 pm and the SIC meeting will take place from 7-8 pm.

ACTIVITIES: Purple Up Day is Friday

Purple Up Day is Friday, April 21st. All Ridge View students, faculty and staff are encouraged to wear purple! Join the nation in celebrating "Purple Up! For Military Kids," which is an annual campaign sponsored by Operation Military Kids in support of our military children. Tweet pictures of our school's "Purple Up!" students, faculty and staff to recognize our military kids: #R2DoD and #DoDEA.

Sunday, April 16, 2017

This Week AT THE VIEW

2017 Prom Theme: The Great Gatsby
Here is what is going on this week AT THE VIEW:

Monday, April 17
  • Inclement Weather Make-Up Day; School Resumes
  • PTSO Meeting in the Library Commons at 6 pm
  • SIC Meeting in the Library Commons at 7 pm
Tuesday, April 18
  • Spring Arts Show in the Library Commons
  • Baseball @ York (B-team at 5:30 pm; Varsity at 6:30 pm)
  • Boys Tennis @ York at 5:30 pm
  • Boys Soccer @ York (JV at 5:30 pm; Varsity at 7 pm)
  • Varsity Girls Soccer @ York at 5:30 pm
  • Softball vs. Irmo @ Home (JV at 5:30 pm; Varsity at 7:15 pm)
Wednesday, April 19
  • Spring Arts Show in the Library Commons
  • Boys Golf @ Spring Valley at the Woodlands Golf and Country Club at 4:30 pm
  • Boys Tennis @ South Pointe at 5 pm
  • Track & Field @ Blythewood at 5:30 pm
  • Softball @ York (JV at 5:30 pm; Varsity at 7 pm)
  • Varsity Baseball @ Cardinal Newman at 6 pm 
Thursday, April 20
  • Spring Arts Show in the Library Commons
  • Boys Golf vs. Lugoff-Elgin and Keenan @ the Windemere Club at 4:30 pm
  • Boys Tennis vs. Westwood @ Home at 5;30 pm
  • Med Two Seminar in the Multipurpose Room at 5:30-7 pm
  • Academic Awards Ceremony in the Auditorium at 6 pm
Friday, April 21
  • Spring Arts Show in the Library Commons
  • Month of the Military Child Purple Up! Day (Wear purple)
  • Baseball vs. Westwood @ Home (B-Team at 5 pm; Varsity at 7 pm)
  • Boys Tennis vs. Lugoff-Elgin @ Home for Senior Night at 5 pm
  • Softball vs. Westwood @ Home (JV at 5:30 pm; Varsity at 7:15 pm)
  • Varsity Soccer vs. Westwood @ Home (Girls at 5:30 pm; Boys at 7:15 pm)
Saturday, April 22
  • AP Biology Practice Exam in the Multipurpose Room from 9 am to 12 pm
  • Gear UP for EOC from 9 am to 12 pm on A-hall 
  • Junior Senior Prom @ R2i2

ATHLETICS: Football Information Night on April 25th

There will be Football Information Night for all current players, interested players, and their parents on Tuesday, April 25th at 6:30 pm in the Main Gym. Information will be presented about Spring Football, Summer Workouts and other important information for the 2017 Football season.

Pinckney 4-H Leadership Conference Application Due Friday


Saturday, April 15, 2017

RVHS Library Commons FREE Driver's Education Practice

The Library Commons is pleased to offer the following resource for staff, students, parents and guardians. Driving-Tests.org does not replace the need for hands-on training, but it does give our students and families a place to access manuals and practice tests. This driver education program contains the following state-specific information:
  • 11 car practice tests
  • 9 motorcycle practice tests
  • 12 CDL (commercial driver's license) practice tests
  • 3 online driver's manuals (car, motorcycle, CDL)
  • A FAQ section with detailed answers to over 100 DMV-related questions
Click on the image to begin your training.