Ramona Welcomes Back Alumnae for Winter Break Events

Ramona Convent hosted two big events to bring alumnae back on campus. Right after Christmas, the alumnae assembled to play an exciting game against the current Varsity Soccer team. The alumnae reigned victorious and were happy to stay and chat with current students about where their journey after Ramona has taken them.

In early January, more than 55 alumnae from the graduating classes of 2012 – 2016 came back on campus for a reunion. They participated in a spirited and enthusiastic pep rally planned and facilitated by the Girls Athletic Association (GAA) Club and shared lunch with their Ramona sisters and faculty.

Director of Alumnae Relations and alumna Julie Huntley says “Ramona alumnae truly provide such a strong network of support for our current students.

In addition to the winter alumnae events, our students also look forward to our Alumnae Speaker Series, Ramona Goes to Work, where an alumna shares her post-Ramona journey through college and on to her professional life.”

Ramona’s alumnae are always happy to answer questions about the colleges that they attended and help our young women make informed decisions as to the best fit for them. Ramona graduates are everywhere!

Ramona is a welcoming Catholic college-prep high school for girls in grades 9-12. Ramona graduates face the future with an extraordinary education, a global vision fueled by Catholic values, an independent spirit, confident leadership skills, the support of their Ramona sisters, and the strength of a legacy of more than 125 years of excellence. The application deadline for the 2017-2018 school year is rapidly approaching! Visit www.ramonaconvent.org to complete an application by Wednesday, January 25, 2017.



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