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The National Honor Society (NHS) of Ramona Convent Secondary School inducted 29 students as new members of the NHS Chapter.
The Academy of Special Dreams Foundation organized its first ever global project that served the special needs community in Mexico in December.
Ashley Garcia's commitment to excellence partnered with the support of the College Guidance Department and rigorous academic program have prepared her for the challenges of an Ivy League school.
A Makerspace is a collaborative space where students gather to create, invent, and learn. The Ramona MakerDen has been outfitted with some of the latest programming, prototyping, fabrication, and manufacturing equipment to help students develop their design skills and bring their imaginations to life.
Participants had the opportunity to observe marine life.
There have been several events at Ramona Convent for students and families that were designed to guide them through the college admission process.
“This has been my dream for years,” said Mrs. Pekkala-Flagan. “I look forward to learning how Finland’s teachers use project-based and phenomenon-based learning to put science and technology into a context that is relevant for students and makes learning both exciting and meaningful.”
It’s the sixth consecutive year that the number of Memorial Day travelers has grown compared to the previous year.
Ramona Convent's Summer Session is for boys and girls who enjoy active learning in the garden, art studios, science and computer labs, gym, swimming pool, kitchen, and classrooms.
One hundred percent of funds raised at the event benefit Soroptimist's programs.The programs improve the lives of women and girls locally and globally. Local boutiques will be featured in the show.
The Church will have a candlelight and carol service on Christmas eve.