John Badalament brings his wealth of experience in the fatherhood field to Convent & Stuart Hall for a series of father/son workshops and a presentation on modern parenting.
Stuart Hall participated in several activities this week to promote Unity Day, which focuses on ending bullying, including a workshop for K-8 orange-clad students to learn strategies for identifying and preventing it.
Since enrolling at UCLA, Claire Fahy '13 has worked her way up from beat reporter for the Daily Bruin to sports editor, and is getting professional experience with coveted journalism internships at a local newspaper and a national television program.
In honor of St. Francis of Assisi, patron saint of animals, dozens of pets arrived on the steps of Flood Mansion for a blessing by a Franciscan priest.
The official welcome to the new school year brought together the K-12 student body, parents and the extended community for a service in beautiful Cathedral of St. Mary's of the Assumption. Browse a photo gallery of the event.
Frank Duncan'10, who plays for the Pittsburgh Pirates Triple-A affiliate in Indianapolis, led nearly 300 players across the organization in community service hours while having a standout season on the diamond.
Parents are welcome to attend our annual Lower Form (Grades K-4) Halloween Parade on October 31 at 1:30 p.m. Parade viewing will take place from the raised bleachers of Syufy Court. View the all-school calendar for more upcoming events>>
It's almost time for our annual All Community Skate Party. Families with children of all ages are invited to a private skate session at Yerba Buena Ice Skating Center on November 12 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Purchase tickets here>>
Save the date for our annual Christmas on Broadway fundraising celebration on December 3, 2016. This whole-day event at the Flood Mansion is presented by the Parents Association and the Alumni Association. Parent Community Almanac>>
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The best part of my day is always arriving at school. Mr. Marquette and/or Mr. Farrell are outside ready to greet everyone. I always get a firm handshake, a smile, and a "Good morning, hope you have a great day."
Baseball and Football
I love the single-sex environment because it gives us a chance to talk about topics we would normally not talk about in a classroom setting and gives us a freedom to be completely ourselves.
I have been playing the drums for eight years and I love that I can practice my passion at school. I am constantly looking forward to the class because the band environment is safe and inclusive.
Cross Country and Music
Art is my favorite subject. It is a place where you are free to express yourself. There are very few boundaries on a piece of paper and it is a place to relax and just draw or make things.
Math and French
Friday After Finals
Soccer and Band