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All tenth grade boys and girls — as well as their chaperones — are spending the week of January 13-20 in a small town about three hours from Costa Rica's capital. Follow the annual trip on the school's travel blog and on social media.
With an expanding repertoire of jumps, Dinh Tran put together two impressive programs to earn a spot on the podium in the junior men's division.
A popular After School Program class, which uses gymnastics to help children learn Mandarin, opened its doors to students from a school run by the Chinese Consulate.
Two modernized science classrooms at the Siboni Arts & Science Center now feature flexible learning spaces and environmentally-friendly design, enriching the teaching experience and helping to boost student engagement and performance.
On November 16, the winner of the Man Booker Prize, one of the most prestigious global awards in literature, spent the day on campus engaging with high school students and faculty. He ended his visit with an evening reception and presentation for the entire Convent & Stuart Hall community and their guests.
The Middle Form play is coming: For Whom the Tinkerbell Tolls runs January 18-19 at 6:30 p.m., and January 20 at 2 p.m. in Syufy Theatre. Purchase tickets online or at the door>>
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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.
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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.
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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.