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The annual Induction Ceremony took place after school Nov. 28 in the Holy Family Room and was attended by Ramona administration, teachers, family, and friends.
"These tours provide a sense of internal motivation that students just don't get by looking at pictures on websites or looking at a brochure,” said Alberto Chavarria, director of Guidance and College Counseling.
“These students represent a valuable national resource; recognizing their accomplishments, as well as the key role their school plays in their academic development, is vital to the advancement of educational excellence in our nation.”
The students were accompanied by Sr. Kathleen Callaway, president, and Alberto Chavarria, director of Guidance and College Counseling.
Social justice has always been an important element of Ramona’s curriculum both inside and outside the classroom. Each grade level has a unique social justice curricular focus.
Ramona Convent President Sister Kathleen Callaway, SNJM, was recognized as a 2018 Woman of Achievement in the field of education.
“I am grateful and humbled to be recognized in this way,” Sister Kathleen said. “Our Mission at Ramona Convent is to empower young women to become strong and confident members of society who will make a difference in the world."
“I am honored to have been chosen in the first cohort of AAPT/AIP Master Policy Fellowship in physics teaching and very excited to get to work on my own policy initiative," Mr. Kays said.
Ramona Convent Secondary School sophomore Aelena Gillies had a wish come true on Feb. 1 when she was chosen to sit in on the drums at The Killers rock concert.
Nationally known "Nun on the Bus," Sister Simone Campbell, is keynote speaker at Women's Symposium celebrating 125th anniversary of Ramona Convent Secondary School.