RAMONA. FOR LIFE.
When you graduate from Ramona, you will face the future with an extraordinary education; a global vision fueled by Catholic, SNJM values; an independent spirit; and confident leadership skills. Your Ramona sisters will be by your side, and a legacy of more than 125 years of excellence will be at your back.
“Every young woman deserves an exceptional education and this profound school has changed my life. Ramona is my family and I would not have it any other way.”
Simran L. ‘16
High academic standards, engaged teachers, and a personalized path to success make sure that every student achieves more than she thought possible. In the past four years, 95 students have been recognized as AP Scholars, AP Scholars with Honors, AP Scholars with Distinction, or National AP Scholars.
Our Catholic, distinctively Holy Names values promote active engagement in life and a socially responsible global vision. Our students agree with Pope Francis who says, "A little bit of mercy makes the world less cold and more just." During their four years at Ramona, the class of 2016 gave 12,825 hours of service to those in need.
At Ramona, classmates become sisters. Student leadership and a welcoming school culture bring students from many different schools, communities and countries together, sparking sisterhood and life-long friendships.
Every student develops her capacity as a resilient, effective leader. Leadership training is infused throughout the program. Our students practice public speaking and effective communication, make decisions, and work in teams to solve real problems in their community. They access powerful role models and mentors through our Ramona Speakers Programs.
Every student is extraordinarily well prepared—spiritually, academically and emotionally—for college and life. Because our students develop scholarship, responsibility, commitment, leadership and spiritual depth, they thrive in college and beyond, living meaningful lives full of confidence and a strong sense of purpose.
Every student develops her potential and finds a place in our community through access to extensive offerings in science and the arts and a broad selection of sports and co-curricular programs. Taking seven classes each semester gives students the opportunity to take additional electives and try something new.