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  • The Ramsay Rams Strike Again!

     

    AAMU

    On Thursday, February 4th, representatives from Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University (AAMU) stopped by Ramsay High School and doled out $1,246,248 to 65 members of the Senior Class of 2016!!

    The stop was part of the 2016 AAMU 4th Annual Bus Tour.  AAMU President Andrew Hugine, Jr., and his team kicked off the first leg of the tour February 1st.  The stop at Ramksay High School set a record.  Our seniours were awarded the highest amount of scholarships issued on the tour.

    The 2016 AAMU 4th Annual Bus Tour made stops at 50 schools around the state.  The tour provides a venue for the various stakeholders of the university to expose the larger community to Alabama A&M and to help deserving students continue their education.

    AAMU Big Check

    JB

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  • National Football Signing Day
    Five Ramsay High School Seniors signed letters of intent on National Football Signing Da, February 3, 2016. Four of the
    five seniors have been on the team since their freshman year. Joshua Carter has committed to Samford University, Joshua Brooks and Leland Johnson have committed to Morehouse College, Trion Williams committed to Miles College and Ernest Kenty has committed to Murray State University, in Murray, Kentucky.

    Players and Coaches

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  • Click on the link below to find information about the MANDATORY Meeting for seniors and their parents.

    Mandatory Senior Meeting

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  • Save the Date

    Ramsay High School

    A-A/B Honor Roll

    Awards Ceremony &

    National Signing Day

     Honor Roll

    Wednesday, February 3, 2016

    9:30 a.m.

    Thomas Campbell Young Auditorium

    Honorees & Parent’s Reception in the Foyer after the program.

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  • Congratulations to Kalyn Robinson, who was named to the Birmingham City All-Tournament Basketball Team (November).  We are proud you Kalyn!!!

     

    Kalyn Robinson

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  • Lady Rams Carver Tournament

    The Lady Rams spent a portion of the Christmas holiday's on the road, traveling to Montgomery to participate in the Ball N Prep Power Basketball Tournament (Montgomery).  The Lady Rams went 3-0 in the tournament, winning 58-24 (Forest Park), 61-17 (Wetumpka) and 44-24) Pensacola).  While in Montgomery they visited the State Capital, the State House, the Civil Rights Museum and went to an Alabama State Ladies Basketball practice. 

    Rams at the State House

     

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  • Lady Rams Give Back

    The Lady Rams Basketball Team adopted 3 families for Christmas 2015.  They presented each families with items from their wish lists, along wih a monetary donation from the team.  Great job ladies!!!

    Lady Rams' Give at Christmas

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  • fafsa pic

    Ramsay High School's Counseling Department will be hosting a FAFSA Worshop conducted by Michael Griggs from UAB.  The workshop will be held on December 10th, at 5:00 p.m. in the school cafeteria.  This workshop is for parents/guardians of CURRENT seniors.

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  • Students:

    Visit the Student Life Section (IB Resources Section) to download the MYP Personal Project Handbook.

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  • Recycling Program

    Please sign up to join the recycling program through the following link:

    www.greenrams.webs.com

     

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