• Ramsay High School Welcomes the YMCA Youth In Government Club

    Ramsay High School began charting a new course in history by inducting its very first group of officers and members into the first Youth In Government Club (YIG) sponsored by the YMCA. The club elected Jada Lett (President), Asllynne Kemp  (VP), Jillian Jolly (Secretary), Micaiah Collins (Parliamentarian), Autumn Jones (Chaplin), Myla Johnson and Royal Hughes (Co-Activities Coordinators). With the establishment of the YIG club, Ramsay High School joins an elite group of schools in the metro area with YIG clubs, such as Mountain Brook and Spain Park High School. The purpose of YIG is to provide tangible experiences for students on how the executive, legislative, and judicial processes work in the state of Alabama.

    The induction ceremony was conducted at the YMCA Youth Center. Our featured speaker was Mrs. Terri Harvill, the District Vice President for the YMCA of Greater Birmingham.  Mrs. Harvill gave a very heartwarming and informative message regarding the benefits and opportunities she experienced as former participate of the Youth In Government (YIG) program. Mr. Travis Stoves (YMCA) who serves as coordinator for all YIG programs at Ramsay, organized, and planned the induction ceremony activities sponsored by the YMCA Youth Center. The YIG club expects to see Ramsay make its mark through building a strong, competitive, and effective YIG club.

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  •  Youth Night

    Lady Rams Ram Basketball

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  •       Jackson, Kafele & Fells Principal Kafele at Ramsay High School

    On Monday, October 8, 2017, Ramsay faculty and staff enjoyed professional development with motivational speaker Principal Kafele. Principal Kafele is one of the most sought-after education speakers in America, and has delivered more than 1000 conference keynotes and professional development workshops since leaving his principalship in 2011. His message of inspiring school and classroom excellence has vastly impacted America’s schools! 

    Ramsay and Principal Kafele

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  • Youth teams are invited to participate in Youth Night, which is also Senior Night.  See Coach R. Jackson to get an application and details.


    Youth Night Flyer

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  • Save the Date

    Important Dates for Seniors to Remember

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  • Lady Rams

    Schedule for the 4th Annual Hilltop Classic




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    FTA 2016

    Ramsay High School Future Teachers of Alabama hosted an "Educator for a Day" activity in observance of American Education Week on Thursday, November 17, 2016. The FTA members spent one school day “shadowing” a Ramsay High School teacher. Students gained a glimpse at a day in the life of a public school educator.

    The Future Teachers of Alabama is a pre-professional organization influencing the future of the education profession on the high school level. The organization consists of tomorrow’s teachers concerned about the profession today. Started in 2000 by the Alabama Education Association as a means of attracting the best and the brightest students into the field of education. FTA works to prepare future educators for the profession.

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  • Contratulations

    Congratulations to the Ramsay High School Swim Team on their advancement to the Regional Swim Meet, November 18th & 19th at the Birmingham CrossPlex.

    Ramsay Swim 2016      

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  • Counselor Survey

    Students, please complete the following survey that is needed by the counselors, Dr. Tarver and Dr. Claibon.

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    Please complete this survey in regards to the Ramsay Career Day, to be held in February. * IF YOU DO NOT, A SCHEDULE WILL BE CREATED FOR YOU*

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  • International Baccalaureate                    Blue Ribbon Logo
    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.
    The International Baccalaureate aims to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who help to create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect.  To this end, the IB works with schools, governments and international organizations to develop challenging programmes of  international education and rigorous assessment.  These programmes encourage students across the world to become active, compassionate and lifelong learners who understand that other people, with their differences, can also be right.
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