Ramona Convent Summer School Ends with A Showcase

On the final day of summer school at Ramona Convent, all summer school students and their families were invited to attend a special showcase hosted by the Ramona Convent Enrollment Team. Special guests included Ms. Mary E. Mansell, Principal, Mr. Alberto Chavarria, Guidance & College Counseling Director, Ms. Maggie Averill, Art Teacher, Frit & Frat Fuller, Ramona Dance Instructors, and Student Ambassadors.

The showcase began with the annual summer art show that featured work from our Visual Arts and Visual Arts Enrichment students in grades 5 – 12. Following the art show was an interactive “Get to Know Ramona” student leadership panel led by Ms. Mansell and student ambassadors. To conclude the showcase, Frit & Frat Fuller and their Dance I, II, and III students captivated the audience with over ten different routines.

Ramona summer session is open annually to boys and girls in grades 5 – 12. Students enjoy active learning in our garden, arts studios, science and computer labs, gym, swimming pool, kitchen and classrooms throughout our more than 19 acre campus.

During the regular school year, 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 129 years of excellence.

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






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