• Summer Read  
    Reading over the summer break helps students keep their skills sharp. The Ramsay faculty encourages our  students to read and explore their personal interest during the summer months, in addition to the books required for summer reading.
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  • Click the following link to get information about enrichment for youth in the areas of acting, singing and dance.
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  • Ramsay High School Students Engaged in Novel Study
    Ramsay High School Pre-AP English 9 students engaged in a novel study of The Children of Willesden Lane- Beyond the Kindertransport: A Memoir of Music, Love and Survival. The Children of Willesden Lane is the inspirational story of Lisa Jura Golabek's escape from Nazi-controlled Austria to England on the famed Kindertransport. Jewish musical prodigy Lisa Jura has a wonderful life in Vienna. The author, Mona Golabek tells presents a message of the power of music to uplift the human spirit and to grant the individual soul endurance, patience, and peace.

    The Ramsay students culminated the novel study with student projects. Students engaged in a variety of presentations as they interpreted and analyzed the inspirational book. The presentations included: original soundtracks, collages, power point and prezi focusing on literary elements, pamphlets, point of view newsletters.

    The presentations were presented and displayed in a school-wide “gallery walk.  The English and Social Studies Departments collaborated on this project.  Mrs. Tineka Peoples, NBCT and Mrs. F. Heath, teachers gave leadership to the project.
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The Mission of Ramsay High School is to prepare students to succeed at the post-secondary level by providing an enriched educational program.  The ultimate goal is to empower our students with the knowledge and skills to be well-rounded, global minded, responsible citizens and life-long learners.
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