Science Fair 

All grades, from Kindergarten to High School Seniors, participate in the Radford Science Fair. Community volunteers judge entries, and project boards are graded on both the students’ visual and verbal presentations. Winners also advance to the Sun Country Regional Science and Engineering Fair in El Paso.  Some of our students have advanced to the International Science Fair and have been nominated as a Broadcom Master. 

Geography Bee 

Got a knack for world locations? Lower school students get to brush up on their geography skills to prepare for this annual event.

Spelling Bee 

The spelling bee is a contest in which players attempt to spell correctly and aloud words assigned by an impartial judge. The competition is individual, with players eliminated when they misspell a word and the last remaining player being the winner. In the United States, local, regional, and national competitions continue to be held annually. Radford School has two separate spelling bees to allow younger children to compete in their class spelling bee and then continue onto the entire elementary school spelling bee. The middle school overall winner gets the opportunity to continue to the local city spelling bee. 


Every semester, the high school math teacher, Mr. Streeter, conducts a Jeopardy competition, which challenges students’ knowledge of different categories and tests their ability to work together against the clock.


Radford’s Prom is open to all high school students and is a wonderful night of
dancing and socializing, where the Prom Queen and Prom King are elected. 

Other Dances

Every school year brings us different dances sponsored by various organizations. In the past, there have been Junior High dances such as a Halloween Dance or Valentine’s Day Dance, and for our younger students, a Frozen Ball brings out the “Elsa and Anna” in all.