Ramona Recognizes 32 Advanced Placement (AP) Scholars

Ramona students from the Class of 2016 who are AP Scholars. Left to right: Briana Ong; Ileana Vasquez; Stella Rugama; Emilee Reichenbach; Cecilia Nunez; Yuanting (Candy) Xia; Citlali GutieRuiz; Melanie Guardado; Katie Selko; and, Lily Perales. (Missing from the photo is Anna Luu).

The Ramona Convent Secondary School community is proud to recognize the hard work and determination of its current Advanced Placement (AP) students and recent graduates who have been inducted into the annual AP Hall of Fame. The AP Program recognizes high school students who have demonstrated outstanding college-level achievement through AP courses and exams with the AP Scholar Awards.

Join Ramona Convent Secondary School in celebrating the academic achievements of these exceptional young women!

AP Scholar recognition is granted by the College Board to students who receive scores of 3 or higher on three or more AP Exams. Thirteen members of the class of 2015 have been recognized: Lourdes Acosta (UC Santa Cruz), Samantha Bordador (Mt. St. Mary’s University), Amber Bugarin (University of San Francisco), Erica De La Rosa (UC Santa Cruz), Jessica Duong (UC Irvine), Robin Fong (UC San Diego), Jessica Franco (Santa Clara University), Roxanne Guerrero (Loyola Marymount University), Anna Keledei (UC Berkeley), Yixuan Li (UC San Diego), Victoria Martinez (University of Southern California), Rosie Melendez (San Francisco State University), Amy Melendrez (University of Southern California), Katherine Miranda (CSU Long Beach), Melissa Morado (Loyola Marymount University), Valerie Murguia (UC Irvine), Alejandra Natividad (University of Southern California), Jessica Nunez (University of San Francisco), Agnes Song (University of San Diego), Martha Vasquez (University of Southern California), Julia Zwaal (Pitzer College).

Members of the class of 2016 have also received recognition: Melanie Guardado, Citlali GutieRuiz, Anna Luu, Cecilia Nunez, Briana Ong, Lily Perales, Emilee Reichenbach, Stella Rugama, Katie Selko, Ileana Vasquez, Yuanting Xia.

Ramona Convent is a school for girls in grades 9 – 12 that is set apart by a rich curriculum, expansive selection of college preparatory and AP/Honors courses, comprehensive co-curricular programs, and a welcoming community. Students travel through four years of high school with the support of spirited friends and expert, caring, and engaged teachers while surrounded by the inspiring beauty of a college-like campus. We warmly invite you to visit and meet Ramona for yourself!

Ramona Convent Secondary School, 1701 W. Ramona Rd., Alhambra, (626) 282-4151 or visit www.ramonaconvent.org.


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