Congratulations to the Ramona Convent Secondary School Class of 2023

Empowered and ready to make a difference in the world, class of 2023 celebrated on Saturday, May 27, in the Rose Heath gardens of Ramona Convent. It was a picture-perfect sunny day for Ramona’s traditional graduation ceremony where sixty-six graduates walked down the aisle with confidence and joy, holding their yellow roses and smiling excitedly at proud relatives and friends, their biggest fans.

Carolina Torres, Salutatorian, shared with her class “Looking at the future, I am both excited and nervous about what lies ahead. As graduates, we are entering a world that is constantly changing and evolving. I am confident that we possess the necessary skills, instilled in us by Ramona, to overcome any obstacle that may arise in our future. We’ve grown to be resilient, adaptable, and determined. We’ll retain the skills, knowledge, and drive to make a positive impact on the world.” Miss Torres is looking forward to continuing her educational journey at Bentley University in Waltham, Massachusetts in the fall.

100% of the class of 2023 have been accepted to colleges across the country with over 8 million in merit scholarships. 86% will be attending UC, Cal State, or Private Institutions. 61% of the class received Life Membership to the California Scholarship Federation and 36% are National Honor Society members. Upholding their commitment to service and social justice as they continue to lead and serve in our evolving global environment, they have collectively completed a total of 13,240 hours of service.

Ramona Convent is a welcoming Catholic college-prep high school for young women committed to excellence in education. Ramona’s graduates are empowered, resilient, socially conscious leaders well prepared to meet the challenges of life as contributive members of the global community with the strength of a legacy of more than 130 years of distinction.


Ramona Convent Secondary School, 1701 W. Ramona Rd, Alhambra, CA 91803, (626) 282-4151 or visit









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