Ramona Elementary School 415 8th St, Ramona, CA92065 Ramona Elementary is identifiable by the school bell on top of its building. It is next door to Montecito High School.…More Phyllis L. Munoz is the principal, and Mustangs are the mascots.
Ramona Community Brass Band 427 Pala St, Ramona, CA92065-2603 The Ramona Community Brass Band is an ensemble of adult working musicians, as well as some select high-school-age…More musicians, from the Ramona area. The band plays an extensive repertoire of historic and traditional ensemble music.
Head Start 1401 Hanson Ln, Ramona, CA92065 The Head Start program works out of Palomar Community College and Ramona Education Center, located inside of Ramona High…More School. The building is temporary while a permanent location is pending.
Ramona High School offers a popular agricultural program in which students learn agricultural science, economics and…More learn about agricultural careers through study and membership in Future Farmers of America. Students gain hands-on experience on various animal projects.</p>
<p>Among Ramona High School's other specialties are automotive courses and classes in architectural and interior design, culinary arts, health care, photography, sports medicine and welding and metal fabrication.</p>
<p>Ramona High School cosponsors a Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Corp (NJROTC) program where students learn leadership, navigation and seamanship. Coursework includes ship training cruises.</p>
<p>Ramona High Schools also has a number of clubs, like the Drag Race High, a dance club, photo club and a number of sports teams.</p>
Ramona Unified School District 720 9th St, Ramona, CA92065 The district includes 10 schools: five elementary, two high schools, one middle school, an independent study secondary…More school and a Montessori school. Five board members administer the schools.
Montessori Children's Elementary 703 9th St, Ramona, CA92065 The Montessori teaching methods are based on the theories of the late Italian physician and educator Maria Montessori,…More who believed that children should learn at their own pace, investigating what interests them. This private school in Ramona is in a residential area, near Montecito High School.
Montecito High School 720 9th St, Ramona, CA92065 Montecito is home to the Future Bound Independent Study Program, an alternative program offered through the Ramona…More Unified School District. Class sizes are smaller than at most schools. Online and GED classes are available. The school has an award-winning garden supported by a local Master Gardener's group, in which students can learn gardening as a potential hobby or for a horticultural career.
Ramona's Sports Store & More 1530 Main St, Ramona, CA92065 Ramona's Sports Store & More is located in downtown Ramona on Main Street in the McDonald’s shopping center.…More They offer apparel, uniforms, embroidered, trophies and equipment for most high school sports. In fact, they pride themselves on being able to outfit an entire team from head to toe. Sports include baseball, basketball, boxing, camping, football, fishing, golf, hiking, hockey, lacrosse, paintball, skateboarding, soccer, swimming, tennis, volleyball, walking, wrestling and more. For the most current specials, please visit the website.
Ramona Town Hall Association 729 Main St, Ramona, CA92065 Ramona's adobe town hall is one of the oldest remaining town halls in California and is one of the landmarks along Main…More Street. It was commissioned by local resident August Barnett and dedicated to the town by Barnett and his wife, Martha, in 1894 when the town needed a suitable venue to hold dances and other events. Over the years, the hall has housed the local high school, the chamber of commerce, courts, the library and a bank; the bank vault still remains inside. The Ramona Town Hall Association holds fundraisers to enable renovations.
Ramona Community School 1010 Ramona St, Ramona, CA92065 This alternative school campus offers the Montessori program for grades K through 8 plus an independent study academy.…More The Montessori program is based on the theories of Dr. Maria Montessori, who believed that children should learn at their own pace. Students who do independent study must enter into an agreement with the school district, and their coursework must meet the California Academic Content Standards. The independent-study academy offers individual tutorials, a newsletter, library services, media services through the county, enrichment lessons and after-school clubs. Children can be considered for the program regardless of previous academic performance.
Palomar Community College 1401 Hanson Ln, Ramona, CA92065 Palomar Community College's main campus is in San Marcos. In Ramona courses are offered in classrooms in the evening at…More Ramona High School. The school serves more than 30,000 full-time and part-time students in the fall and spring semesters and 18,000 during summer. The college offers 300 associate degrees and certificate programs and it has transfer agreements with the California State University and University of California systems. It also offers noncredit enrichment classes. Half the students are age 18 through 24 and the majority of all students are employed, with many taking evening credit classes.