The core principles of the 4-H movement is reflected in the shared successes of 4-H youth and their communities. So, what are the principles that drive 4-H?

The 4-Hs
Head, Heart, Hands, and Health are the four Hs in 4-H, and they are the four values members work on through fun and engaging programs.

Head – Managing, Thinking
Heart – Relating, Caring
Hands – Giving, Working
Health – Being, Living




To promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service and leadership among elementary and secondary school students. The Jr. Beta must have and maintain an “A” average for all core subjects. The Beta Club assists with special events and assemblies throughout the year. Also, they help plan educational or multicultural projects and field trips.




The Purpose of the Student Council at Forge Ridge School is to
– Develop positive attitudes and practice good citizenship.
– Promote harmonious relations throughout the entire school
– Improve student/faculty relationships
– Improve school morale and general welfare
– Plan special events and projects

The Student council is made up of two 5th graders, two 6th graders, three 7th graders, and three 8th graders. The total of 10 student council members and/or officers must be in good standing both academically and socially.

The president is nominated and voted in by the Principal, Vice Principal and Guidance Counselor. Then,  based on student nominations and their voting, the counsel selects a vice president, secretary, treasurer, and reporter is elected. The Student Council assists with special events and assemblies throughout the year.



The Media Team at Forge Ridge School takes great pride in broadcasting a “News Show” on campus. It is made up of 7th and 8th grade students only. Students are selected each year by the teachers to carry out the responsibility of gathering and reporting school news accordingly. This will be a yearlong activity that will broadcast each morning into the classrooms across the campus.




First Priority operates under the equal access act signed in 1984. We are a multi denominational faith based organization. That exists to unite Christian students in the public school setting for the purpose of teaching leadership and accountability as well as to equipping, encouraging and empowering Christian students to live out their faith.All financial requirements associated with membership in the club or organization.
First Priority Response- First priority does not require student dues.