Porter Ridge High School is a public high school in Union County, North Carolina. It is a part of Union County Public Schools and is located between Hemby Bridge and Indian Trail. The school is next to the campuses of Porter Ridge Middle School and Porter Ridge Elementary School. The school's mascot is a Pirate, and the school colors are purple, black, and silver. They play at Bonterra Stadium, which is also used by the middle school. The school was opened in 2005 and has since flourished. Their football team, basketball team, and drama class have all gone to state competitions. The football team traveled to the North Carolina High School Athletic Association 4A state championship in 2011 and 2012, runners up each year. In 2012, the softball team won the 4A State Championship over Holly Springs High School, led by senior Lexi Davis. Davis was later named the Gatorade National High School Player of the Year, and currently plays at Auburn University. At the end of the 2012 season, the PRHS softball team was ranked 2nd in the nation, according to ESPN.