• BB Play Date


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  • Cheerleader Tryouts will be held on May 18th-May 20th.


    Cheer Tryouts will be held on May 18th thru May 20th...Please stop by Room 206M (Mrs. Jones Room) to pick up a packet.  Packets are due back on May 13th.

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  • Make-up Tryouts for Volleyball

    Make-up Tryouts for Volleyball 2016 will be held Friday, May 13, 2016 in the Competition Gym.

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  • Bowling Tryouts

    Tryouts for the 2016-2017 Bowling Team willl be held May 2nd-6th

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  • Girl's Basketball Tryouts

    Girls Basketball Tryouts to be held May 14th and 15th

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  • Gates Scholar

    Wow – hard work in high school paid off big time for this student!! She is a 2016 recipient of the Gates Millennium Scholars Program and will receive a scholarship to pay for all college and even grad school costs!  Congratulations, MAYA QUINN!!

    Maya Quinn


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  • Athletic Banquet

    Ramsay's 2016 Athletic Banquet has been rescheduled!!!


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  • Ramsay Volleyball Tryouts


    Volleyball Tryouts 2016

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  • Ramsay IB students - Jarian Lee won first place and Joseph Bannerman won second place in the 79th annual American Legion Oratorical Contest.

    Hall, Bannerman, Peoples, AmVet, Lee   American Legion Oratorical Contest winners and coach   American Legion Oratorical Contest Winners

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  • Ramsay High School Hosts MLK Oratorical Contest

    In observance of African American history month, Ramsay High School Public Speaking classes hosted the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Oratorical Contest, “Only Light, Only Love.” Twelve students competed in the inaugural MLK oratorical contest focused on the theme “Only Light, Only Love.” Student speeches centered on the quote “Darkness cannot drive out darkness only light can do that, hate cannot drive out hate, only love can do that.”

    Students prepared speeches focusing on an individual who exemplifies Dr. King’s Ideals of love, service, unity, concerns for humanity, and nonviolent social change.  The oratorical contest also included presentations about the origins and purpose of African American History month and a speech choir presentation “What is Black History.”

    Elizabeth Thomas, ELA Program Specialist, gave greetings on behalf of the Birmingham City Schools (BCS) Department of Curriculum and Instruction. Brenda Guyton, BCS Social Studies Program Specialist; Henry Brown, American Legion Post 312; judged the oratorical contest.

    National Board Certified Teacher, Tineka Peoples, coordinated the program. Principal Cassandra Fells greeted the parents and special guests and expressed her admiration for the students’ talents and speaking abilities.

    Contest Winners are:

    First Place Winner- Denitra Streeter, Junior

    Second Place Winner – Taylor Sellers – Junior

    Third Place- Khaia Wheeler- Senior


    Other Speech Contest Contestants:

    Kimora Bell, Daija Bradberry, Cassandra Holland, Lauryn Kindall, Dominique Lassiter, Shannon Robinson, Zayvius Miller, Breanna Sledge, and Tia Williams

    First place winner- Taylor Sellers, Second place winner- Denitra Streeter,  and Third place winner- Khaia Wheeler    Twelve students participated in the Ramsay High School MLK Oratorical Contest    Speech Choir presented poem “What is Black History?” during the oratorical contest program.

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