Ramona Middle School's Challenge Course was built in 1998 and is a unique feature on campus. It consists of low and high elements that are used by the Physical Education Department throughout the school year. For Ramona students it is “Challenge by Choice” and it is the safest activity that the P.E. Department sets up. The goals of student participation are teamwork, communication, overcoming fears, and to challenge the students both physically and mentally. All of Ramona’s P.E. teachers are trained in belaying the students when they are climbing up and down on the course.
Low Elements: Whale Watch Giants Finger Spider Web Mohawk Walk Challenge Wall
High Elements: Zipline Catwalk Two Line Bridge (Viking Crossing) Pamper Pole Multi-Vine Flying Squirrel