Ramona Art Students Earn Top AP Scores

Ms. Maggie Averill, Ramona Convent Art Department Chair and Teacher, was overjoyed when she received notification that all five of her Advanced Placement (AP) Studio Art and Design/Drawing students scored a 5 out of 5 on their portfolio submissions. Portfolios are scored on the basis of general use of design elements, application of principle, originality, imagination, competence, and skill. Only 11% of all submissions across the United States earn a score of 5.

Ramona Convent Secondary School (RCSS) congratulates seniors Rachel Lam, Lauren Luevano, Savannah Olmos, Shirley Tan, and junior Alexandra Mullis. With almost 20 different course offerings in the Visual and Performing Arts Department, students at RCSS have the opportunity to work with a variety of media and allow their creativity to flow. Their imagination and artistic skills flourish in sunny, well-equipped drawing and painting, ceramics, and digital design studios. Learn how you can find your place as an artist or performer at Ramona!

Ramona is a Catholic college-prep high school for girls in grades 9-12. At Ramona, prepare for life! We are a welcoming community where high standards and expectations ensure an extraordinary education for every young woman. When students graduate from Ramona, they face the future with an extraordinary education in their pocket; with a global vision fueled by Catholic, SNJM values; with an independent spirit and confident leadership skills; with Ramona sisters by their side and a legacy of more than 100 years of excellence at their back.

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






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