Ramah Junior Academy, located in Savannah, Ga., received the Best of Georgia Award as one of the best private schools by the Georgia Business Journal. This accolade reflects the dedication of the educators and staff, and highlights the school’s profound impact on the local community.
Under the leadership of Paula Morris- Blackwell, principal, Ramah has an unwavering commitment to academic achievement, innovative teaching methods, and a nurturing learning environment.
The school produces students who not only excel in standardized tests, but also exhibit a deep understanding of the subjects they study. This commitment to high academic standards is reflected in the curriculum designed to challenge and inspire students, and to foster a love for learning that extends beyond the classroom.
From incorporating technology into the classroom to promoting project-based learning, Ramah’s goal is that its students are well-prepared for the challenges of the modern world.
The impact of Ramah extends far beyond the classroom walls and reaches into the local community. The school actively engages in community outreach programs, instilling a sense of social responsibility in its students. Through initiatives such as volunteering and environmental projects, students are taught to be conscientious citizens who understand the importance of giving back to society.
Ramah Junior Academy was founded in 1914 and is the oldest African American private school in Savanah, Ga.
South Atlantic | February 2024