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Announcements:

Library CLOSED (except book returns) starting Thursday May 25th

Summer School - Math I, Math II, P.E. & Edgenuity are being offered this summer. For more information & an application, please go to the College and Career Center.

BULLDOG Connect (After School Program):

Spring Calendar

Tutoring is Available:

Math All Levels: Tuesdays and Wednesdays in Room A-8 from 6:30-7:15 amOR 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 

Counseling & College/Career Center:

Final SAT Testing @ Ramona High School is June 3, 2017

Late Registration Deadline:  May 29, 2017

Must go online to register:  www.collegeboard.org


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.  

Next Start Smart Class being held at Ramona High School will be Tuesday, August 29th @ 6:00 pm

Sign up with Mrs. Guthrie or Mrs. Buzbee.

Start Smart attendance is required before a parking permit will be issued.  See Mrs. Guthrie if you have any questions.

Important Note!   Effective August 1, 2017

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

Class of 2017:

Attention Seniors – If you are interested in singing the National Anthem at graduation, please email Mrs. Rodriguez (arodriguez@ramonausd.net) with your demo clip or bring it to her in the office by this Friday (5/26)


GRAD Night:

NOT affiliated with RHS or RUSD/Parent run!
End of year is coming fast and Grad Nite is on it's way!!  Tickets are on sale now
. Beth Miller will be out front by the senior gate at lunch ready to sell tickets. This year it will be at Parkway Bowl.  It is going to be a night to remember for our seniors.  Bowling, food, drinks, games, rides, hypnotist, henna tattoos, caricatures, and more.  Buses to load up after graduation at 10pm.  Tickets will be $85 (after May 5).  So get your tickets now.


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, 5/31/17:  regular class periods 
  • Thursday & Friday, 6/1-6/2/17:  block periods; senior final exams
  • Monday, 6/5/17:  regular class periods (Late Start Monday); senior check-out day 
  • Tuesday-Thursday, 6/6/17-6/8/17:  Final exams for grades 9-11 
  • Thursday, 6/8/17:  Class of 2017 Graduation 7:30 pm at RHS stadium
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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