Twenty-two St. Andrew Catholic School Girls Participates in Ramona Challenge

Every year Ramona Convent Secondary School holds the Ramona Challenge. Girls from around the area participate in a variety of activities from basketball to bridge building to improv acting. This year, 22 of St. Andrew Catholic School girls from grades 5-8 participated and brought home several awards.

The 5th grade team of Mia, Patricia and Izabella won first place for their St. Andrew themed paper circuit. Leila in 7th grade and Evelyn in 5th grade both won 2nd place for their sketches. All of the girls did a wonderful job of representing St. Andrew Catholic School!

About The Ramona Challenge – Various Area schools participate from grades 5th through 8th Grade and over 730 students competes in 19 contests ranging from poetry/short story, art, sculpture to computer power point to monologue, French and Spanish to basketball.

St. Andrew Catholic School, 42 Chestnut St., Pasadena, (626) 796-7697 or visit





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