• The Ramsay High School Future Teachers of Alabama (FTA) chapter culminated the 2014-2015 school year’s activities with a Senior Tea.

    Ramsay High School FTA hosted its first annual Senior Tea on Wednesday, May 6, 2015 at 4:00 p.m. with Dr. Deborah Horn, former Birmingham City Schools administrator, serving as the guest speaker.

    Dr. Deborah T. Horn is a lifetime resident of Birmingham, Alabama.  She attended the Birmingham City Schools.  She received the Bachelor’s Degree in Biology and Chemistry and the Master’s Degree in Education from Alabama State University.  She received the Educational Specialist and Doctorate Degrees in Educational Leadership from The University of Alabama at Birmingham.

    The FTA chapter had a productive year with varied activities: Book Drive, Teacher Shadow Day, Teacher Recognition Day, Nursing Home Visits, and Children’s Hospital donations.

    FTA members participated in varied topic sessions including teaching profession, college expectations, special education and integrating technology.  

    Ramsay High School FTA members are: Melody Wilson, Ahkeem Lee, Antoinette Ferguson, Kierra Pelmer, Jamese Dotson, Niesha Nicholson, Jordan Garrison, Christian Caldwell, Makayla Craig, Frances McNeal, Taylor Hargrove, Milyonta Williams, Khadesha Crouch, Tekira Morris, Cornelius Hayes and Kayla Smith. Mrs. Tineka B. Peoples, National Board Certified Teacher, is the FTA Advisor.

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    Please support the Ramsay Choir by purchasing your copy of  their hit single, "We CAN Overcome!"  This single can be purchased anywhere music is sold: ITunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, etc.
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  • Ramsay Choir

    The award-winning Ramsay High School Concert Choir performed with an 800-member mass choir in Selma on Sunday, March 8 as part of the "Bloody Sunday" anniversary concert at the Edmund Pettus Bridge.
    Renowned conductor and UAB music professor Henry Panion III will lead "An All-Star Salute to Selma'' concert, which will also feature well-known gospel and R&B artists. The Ramsay choir was the only high school choir, other than students from Selma, joining adults to participate in the 3:45 p.m performance that streamed live on and The concert will be replayed on Centric TV on Sunday, March 15. Panion said the performance is significant on so many levels. The choir consisted of an orchestra, different churches, different denominations and different races from across the community. The Ramsay students performed a fresh take on "We Shall Overcome.'' Their version was "We Can Overcome.'' 
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  • Although the halls were void of students, learning was happening across the district on Friday, February 13th with a single focus in mind.  Teachers, administrators and support workers alike participated in professional development activities centered on enhancing and improving climate and culture in Birmingham City Schools.  Through guided activities and group discussion, each school and department developed action plans to enhance customer service at all levels.
    Mr. Warren Ms. Childress, Mr. Danner, Ms. Young and Mr. Kemp Ms. Jackson and Ms. Cosby Coach Nelson, Coach Cheatham, Coach Andrews and Mr. Tarver
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    Parents of Senior Students are asked to attend this meeting, where important information will be discussed. Click the link below to get more information:
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