Convent High School's student newspaper won its third Pacemaker, one of the biggest honors in scholastic press, at the National High School Journalism Convention in Indianapolis.
On a cold fall morning at Baker Beach, sixth graders uncovered artifacts from underwater and planetary civilizations in "The Dig," an annual project that bridges social studies and art.
Browse photos from Sixteen in 10 minutes or Less, featuring original scenes and music about what it means to be 16. Plus, relive the opening dance number performed by the full cast.
With the Most Valuable Player and Coach of the Year setting the tone, the Knights defended their title by going 5-0 in league games for the second year in a row.
Andrea Beaty and Henry Neff talked separately about what it takes to develop memorable characters into living, breathing personalities. Then students took the lead to "supercharge" a classic fairy tale with words and illustrations.
Recognizing six seniors who prepare to vote for the first time, Convent High School held a special pre-election assembly that included poetry, singing and presentations to celebrate democracy and honor the brave women who fought for the right to vote.
Please join us on December 4 for an Advent Family Mass in the Mardel Chapel (Flood Mansion, 2222 Broadway) from 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. No RSVP necessary. Our presider will be Board of Trustee member, Fr. Geoffrey Dillon S.J. from USF. Music will be provided by the Stuart Hall High School Liturgical Choir.
Please join us for the All-School Orchestra and High School Winter Concert on Wednesday, December 7 at 6:30 p.m. in Syufy Theatre. View the global calendar for other upcoming events>>
Alumni Noëls: The Convent & Stuart Hall Alumni Association invites you to celebrate the Christmas season with us as we reminisce, reconnect and sing Noëls with fellow classmates on December 13 at 6:00 p.m. A cocktail reception and light buffet will follow. Learn about other upcoming alumni events>>
The 15th annual Stuart Hall for Boys Lessons & Carols will take place Wednesday, December 14, at 6:00 p.m. at St. Dominic's Church. Families are encouraged to attend and enjoy this annual celebration of the birth of Christ. All Gr. 3-8 boys will be singing.
The 2017-2018 school year calendar with the important "anchor dates" is now available. Download the printable calendar>>
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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