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Interim Principal Kaylie Ramsey is a proud lover of all things children and youth. She is the Founder of The Butterfly Effect: Young Ladies Ministry based in Clayton County, GA, and a licensed and ordained minister of the Gospel, through the leadership of Senior Pastor Timothy and Co Pastor Shunnae McBride of Tabernacle of Praise Church International in McDonough, GA. Kaylie has a passion for teaching others, no matter the topic. Minister Kaylie attended Gordon State College of Barnesville, GA, and earned her degree in Early Childhood Education. Kaylie has worked within the educational field for almost nine years. She previously taught in Community Christian Schools (Stockbridge, GA) Early Education Department for five years and transitioned to the Bible Education, Spanish, and Liberian Teacher for TOPCA in 2018. 


In 2020, Kaylie started her virtual learning facility in response to the changes in education due to the pandemic, "Ms. Kay's Academic Solutions." She assisted 30 students throughout the pandemic by providing a safe space for students with working parents to learn virtually.


Principal Ramsey also serves as the Youth Minister for the Jonesboro Campus of Tabernacle of Praise. She has also been featured in VoyageATL Magazine twice as an “Inspiring Story from Southern Atlanta.” She has also been featured on Preach the Word Worldwide Network-ImPowered Women, and in the Atlanta Journal Constitution. 


Minister Kaylie Ramsey also has a personal mission of being a "Global Impactor for the Kingdom." With that, she is actively involved in the Tabernacle of Praise Church International Global Missions Ministry. She has done work in Haiti under the leadership of Dr. Patricia Bailey. Along with making a global impact, Kaylie is also community-minded. Predominantly working in the Clayton and Henry County school districts in Georgia, she has; provided books and gym supplies, fed breakfast and lunch to faculty and staff, provided 250 teddy bears to kindergarten students, hosted educational pep rallies, and personally mentored the students.

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