Ramona Convent Secondary School Announces its Online Summer Session

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Ramona Convent Secondary School (RCSS) will only be able to offer a selection of online courses this summer. While RCSS will miss having hundreds of students laughing, creating, learning, and making new friends on its campus, they also know that this is for now the best way to keep Ramona community safe.

RCSS have carefully chosen classes that students will find engaging and that will build skills and community this summer. Ramona Convent is confident students will learn and make friends that they will soon see in person.

The Summer Session curriculum is designed to prepare students for a junior high and high school curriculum, as well as to provide opportunities for fun and enrichment. Summer Session classes will run June 22 and July 17. Classes will meet Monday through Friday. There will be no school on July 3rd, Friday. Visit Ramona Convent Secondary School’s Online Summer Session Catalog.

To enroll, fill out the registration form and email it to hszymanski@ramonaconvent.org. This registration form can also be found on Ramona’s website under Learning: Summer Session. An online portal for payment will then be set up for each student. Registration forms may also be mailed to Ramona Convent. Please email RCSS your registration form and the school will set up on online portal for your payments.

If you have any questions please contact Halina Szymanski, Director at hszymanski@ramonaconvent.org or call (626) 282-4151 ext. 137 or Sylvia Garcia, Receptionist at sgarcia@ramonaconvent.org or call (626) 282-4151.

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

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