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Announcements:

Dance Concert:

We have over 40 RHS dancers performing as well as some OPMS and Dance Camp dancers. Please come join our audience @ 7:00pm in the PAW on March 24th, 25th, 31st, and April 1st! 

Our students here at RHS are very talented and creative. Come see what they can do! 

We're selling tickets in front of the dance ALL days leading up to our show. Tickets are also sold at the door. 


Counseling & College/Career Center:

Next ACT @ RHS is April 8…..

Fee Waiver available from Mr. Martin in Counseling.

Seniors, check out the scholarships board in the College & Career Center.

Palomar Registration and Orientation Day, March 21st. First session - 7:30-9:30am.  Second session - 9:30-11:30am.  Sign up in the College and Career Center or Counseling Office.

Local Scholarship Packets coming soon.  Start working on your Brag Sheet.  You will need it when you request a Letter of Recommendation.


Registration Forms:

9th Grade
10th Grade 
11th Grade
12th Grade
Course Offerings 2017-18
Course Offerings 2017-18 (Electives)

PowerPoints for Registration
:
                    Grade 9-10
                    Grade 11

Directions for Registration
*Please note this is for class selection only.  Information on school registration to follow.

Student Parking on Campus:

Parking - All students must register their vehicle in order to park on campus.  All permits are $15.00.  Please see Mrs. Guthrie for your parking pass.  All juniors park in the lower lot (Ag lot) and the upper lot is available for Seniors.  Vehicles that are not registered will be ticketed.  

Driver’s Education class will start Tuesday, April 18 @ 2:30 in Classroom C-16.

Sign up in the Student Services office with Ms. Peggy Buzbee.

START SMART

April 26th @ 6:00 pm - RHS PAW - Sign-in begins at 5:30pm

Class required by all students that will be parking on RHS Campus

No cost to attend - Must attend with parent/guardian

Start Smart is aimed at helping newly licensed- or soon to be licensed- teenage drivers (15-19) become more aware of the responsibilities that accompany the privilege of being a licensed California driver.

CHP officers speak directly to the soon to and newly licensed driver and their parents/guardians through candid conversations, discussing topics such as collision avoidance techniques along with collision causing elements such as excessive speed, DUI, and distracted driving. Start Smart makes teens and parents aware of the responsibilities they face and teaches what precautions to take to stay safe; such as the importance of seat belt unsafe, passengers in the vehicle and what to do when involved in a collision.    

See Mrs. Guthrie or Mrs. Buzbee to register

Important Note!   Effective August 1, 2017

NO student parking permits will be issued without prior completion of this class!


BULLDOG Connect (After School Program):

Winter Calendar
Math Tutoring Calendar


Tutoring is Available:

Math 1 & 2: Mondays and Wednesdays in the library from 2:30-4:00 (Ms. McDonald) - EXCEPT the 1st Monday of each month

Math All Levels: Tuesdays and Wednesdays in Room A-8 from 6:30-7:15 am OR Tuesdays and Thursdays 2:30-4:30 pm (Mrs. Hill)

Advanced Math: Tuesdays in Room H-44 from 2:30-4:00 OR Thursdays in the library from 6:30-7:15 am (Ms. Swier)

English All Levels:  Mondays in Room G-4 from 2:30-4:00 (Mrs. Maehler)

National Honors Society offers free one-on-one tutoring for specific subject areas.  If interested, see Ms Cavell in room F-10 to get matched with a tutor.

Work Permits:
Make sure to bring your completed application form with you in order to conclude work permit process. See Mrs. Salow 

AP Tests:

Testing will take place May 1st - May 12th, 2017

Cost is $93.00 per test

$15.00 non-refundable deposit due before March 22, 2017 @ 3:00 pm

Final payment due before April 21st @ 3:00 pm

(Note: fee reduction forms are available for pick up from Mrs. Romero in the Admin Office however the deposit of $15.00 is still required and due before March 22nd)

Deposits and payments can be made with Mrs. Guthrie @ ASB Finance office.

2017 Prom:

 

Saturday, May 20th 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm

The New Children’s Museum ~ 200 W Island Ave, San Diego, CA 92101

Tickets on sale now thru May 5th at the ASB Finance office

Get your tickets early!!

Prices are per person as follows:

March 6th - 31st:    $65 w/ASB card $70 no ASB card

April 3rd - 28th: $70 w/ASB card $75 no ASB card

May 1st - 5th: $80 all tickets

All Non-RHS: $85 (this includes MVA, Montecito and non-RUSD Guests)

Purchase requires Dance/Dress Code agreement signature (See Mrs. Guthrie)

RHS Students bringing a non-RUSD guest will need to have a guest pass completed and turned in before April 28th. (See Mrs. Guthrie)

 

Class of 2017 Senior Excursion @Disneyland:

 

Tuesday, May 23rd  6:00 am - 10:30 pm

Tickets on sale now thru May 5th at the ASB Finance office


Class of 2017 Graduation and Final Exam Schedule:
Hard to believe but it's time to start planning for the end of the year already!  Graduation for the class of 2017 is scheduled on Thursday, June 08, 2017.  Here are some other key dates to help you with your preparation: 
  • Wednesday, 05/31/17:  regular class periods 
  • Thursday & Friday, 06/01-06/02/17:  block periods; senior final exams 
  • Monday, 06/05/17:  regular class periods (Late Start Monday); senior check-out day 
  • Tuesday-Thursday, 06/06/17-06/08/17:  Final exams for grades 9-11 
  • Thursday, 06/08/17:  Class of 2017 Graduation 7:30 pm at RHS stadium

Each graduate will receive 12 tickets for admission at 6:00 pm.  General admission begins at 7:00 pm

About Us

Ramona High School will prepare its students to be responsible, healthy, ethical and productive citizens in a diverse global community.  We will achieve this in an atmosphere of high expectations through standards-based instruction, which include challenging academic work and career orientation enhanced by technology.  This will occur in an innovative, safe, and nurturing environment, which promotes collaboration between staff, students, parents and business community.

Mission Statement

The Ramona High School Community is committed to providing a rigorous education that promotes academic and career development for all in a safe and supportive environment
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