New flexible learning spaces continue to focus on enhancing the cognitive process of learning for students. Before and after photos show the transformation of classrooms, play and exercise spaces, and bathrooms.
The SF Examiner reports on what makes the Knights "one of the most successful football programs in San Francisco," and KPIX-5 highlights how the program fits into a broader K-12 philosophy.
With a mix of nerves and excitement, students return to start the 2017-18 school year.
Photos and video capture many of the highlights of Convent Elementary and Stuart Hall for Boys commencement ceremonies.
This year's retirement party had three guests of honor who have a combined 93 years of teaching experience at Convent & Stuart Hall.
Passion and hard work have led Coco Dana to Duke University, where she will continue her rowing career this fall.
Walk for Uganda is this Saturday, October 21. Join us for a walk across the Golden Gate Bridge to raise money for Sacred Heart schools in Uganda: Sacred Heart Primary School in Kyamusanala and the St. Charles Lwanga Girls Training Center. All proceeds will be directed toward tuition scholarships. Register or Donate >>
Fall Classic is this Friday, October 20. Online ticket sales have closed. For those joining us see event details here >>
1050+ K-12 students across two campuses
A San Francisco institution since 1887
Spanning 30 countries & six continents
Including educational thought leaders
I like that we have an all girls school. It is a supportive and safe environment. I also like that we see boys and have recess with them.
- Space on Campus
Hoffman Learning Commons
English is my favorite subject because I love to read and the library has a big selection of books. I also like English because of my teacher, Mr. Estrada. He is really good at recommending books that he knows we will like.
- Space on Campus
Single-sex education has really given me a newfound confidence in the classroom that I never had before. In a single-sex environment, there is no gender dominance, which makes me more likely to voice my opinion and ask questions.
English and Physics
My favorite subject is English. Our teacher tries to relate our class discussions to current situations, which helps me stay aware of what's going on around the world.
My favorite subject is journalism. It gives me the opportunity to lead others and pursue my passion while benefitting my community.