The Ramsey High School yearbook is published annually in June. Membership on the staff is open to all interested students. Seniors are urged to participate in the creation of their yearbook, and underclassmen are also encouraged to join. Editors are chosen from the prior year's staff. Meetings are held throughout the school year primarily from September through March. Yearbook allows students to express themselves through creative writing, graphic layouts, and photography. Your contribution can be to the complete yearbook or to a particular section such as Student Life or Sports. A summer workshop is held each year.
Opus is Ramsey High School's literary magazine. An editorial staff meets weekly between September and May to participate in creative writing workshops, review student contributions, do art work, proofread, and do page layouts. The magazine is produced with the aid of IBM desktop publishing. The Opus staff also sponsors an annual Coffee House with folk music and poetry readings.
The student newspaper is a forum for the expression of views. The publication reports accurately and objectively activities, sports, academic life, and special events. Membership and participation are open to all interested students. A variety of staff positions are possible for students including business management, photography, art, reporting and editing. The Ram is published in-house using Adobe Pagemaker and the most up to date technology. The Ram staff preserves a tradition of excellence and has received recognition for reporting articles of "lifelong significance to its readers."