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Last updated 11/12/2019 at Noon

The Bridge City Chamber of Commerce is delighted to announce that the November Student of the Month for Bridge City High School is Erin Ramsey. Erin was presented her certificate and gift bag by Lifetime Ambassador, Dave Derosier, Owner of, at the November Networking Coffee hosted by Bridge City Bank. She received gift certificates and gifts from: COS Printing, Wellspring Credit Union, Tiger Rock Martial Arts of Bridge City, Sabine Federal Credit Union, Neches Federal Credit Union, Bridge City Walmart, Bridge City Bank, 5Point Credit Union and Candace Mulhollan RE/MAX ONE.

Erin is the daughter of Spencer and Gloria Ramsey. She is ranked #6 of 177 with a GPA 4.51. Erin’s Awards and Honors include:

  • National Honor Society
  • 1st TMEA All Region Flute – 2017-2018, 2018-2019
  • TMEA Area Qualifier – 2016-2017, 2017-2018,2018-2019
  • Head Drum Major
  • UIL District Qualifier Social Studies

Erin’s Clubs and Organizations include:

  • Marching Band
  • Wind Ensemble
  • UIL Science Team
  • Academic Team – Co-President
  • Interact Club

Tami Goss, Director of Bands, said, “Erin is completing her second season as a drum major of the BCHS Band. As the head drum major this year, she found herself in a position that requires an extreme amount of time, discipline, organization, stress, and responsibility. She handled it with a calm grace and mentored her two assistant drum majors so that they will be ready for the next season. On top of that, she juggles demanding and rigorous academic requirements. She is an outstanding musician, student, and leader to all of her peers, and I have been blessed to work closely with her during her time at BCHS. She is everything we hope for our students to become and more!”

Shannon King, Social Studies Chair, UT OnRamps/APUSH, UIL Academic Coordinator, said, “I love Erin Ramsey. She is a straight-shooting, tell-it-like-it-is kinda person. Erin displays grit in everything she does, even if she doesn’t appear to be challenged by her goals. Erin isn’t afraid to take on a new challenge, and although she may grumble, I know I can count on Erin to take care of her business and even check in on her teammates to make sure they are being successful as well! I know that Erin will embrace her new challenges upon graduation. I can’t wait to watch Erin conquer the world!”

Hannah Landry, Math Teacher, said, “Erin is a delight to have in PreAP PreCalculus. She is a focused, hardworking student who willingly accepts the challenge to grow and succeed. With natural intelligence and an intentional work ethic, Erin can accomplish just about anything because of this unstoppable combination of qualities. She is a leader and also a good team player. I am thankful for the opportunity to teach Erin this year.”

Donna Schrock, Anatomy & Physiology, AP Chemistry, Science Department Chair, said, “Erin has been an impressive student throughout high school.

She is an intelligent, polite young lady with an exceptional work ethic.

Erin exhibits an eagerness to learn, and she is always prepared for class.

She is also a very personable young lady who is willing to help others when needed.

Her integrity and positive attitude help to make her a successful student and role model inside and outside of the classroom.

Her interest in science has challenged her to take both AP Chemistry and AP Biology this year, and to participate in UIL Science.

Erin is a pleasure to have in the classroom and I foresee a bright future for this special young lady.”

Erin plans to attend Texas A&M University and pursue a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering.

Pictured Left to Right: Tim Wooley (Principal), Gloria Ramsey (Mother), Spencer Ramsey (Father) Erin Ramsey, Dave Derosier (, Nikki Harris (Counselor)

Photo courtesy of the Bridge City Chamber of Commerce


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