Ramsey is a borough in Bergen County, New Jersey. The borough was incorporated as a borough by an Act of the New Jersey Legislature in 1908. It was incorporated from portions of Mahwah Township which was also known as Hohokus Township in the past.
There is an old-style downtown cinema that is known by all and it has just received updated projection systems last year in 2014. Residents who are passionate about golfing will be delighted to know about the Ramsey Golf and Country Club. The club is located on Lakeside Drive, and has a complete 18-hole golf course to boast. There are also other nice amenities in the club, and they include swimming pools, tennis courts, the Lakeside Grille restaurant and a banquet room. The borough has two New Jersey Transit train stations and these stations provide mass transit access to Hoboken Terminal.
Ramsey Public School District caters to students from pre-kindergarten to grade 12. Students who are from the 9th grade and 12th grade range usually attend Ramsey High School. The school was ranked 30th out of 328 schools statewide in a September 2012’s cover story of New Jersey Monthly Magazine. Ramsey is also home to many notable figures which include Bridget Anne Kelly, Maria LaRosa, Bob McAdoo, Bill Pellington, George Verwer and Wesley Schultz.