More than 700 Grandparents & Special Friends joined students on April 20 and 21 for campus tours, classroom visits, concerts and student-led activities.
With teammates from four other San Francisco high schools, five Convent students compete at the robotics world championships in Houston.
Convent & Stuart Hall art history and advanced studio art students immersed themselves in Los Angeles's world-famous art world, touring many of the city's impressive museums and galleries.
Students from Convent & Stuart Hall and Network sister school Duchesne Academy in Omaha, Nebraska, spent spring break on a service and cultural immersion trip in Mexico. See the photos and video of the experience.
The San Francisco Examiner honored three Knights with end-of-season accolades, including Miles Amos, who was named the San Francisco and Daly City "Sophomore of the Year."
On a week-long trip to Italy, high school students explored sprawling Roman ruins, ancient architecture, art museums, cultural landmarks and the world's smallest country, Vatican City.
New sacredsf.org account credentials for parents: As of December 12, your username has been changed to the primary email address you have on file with the school. Your password has not changed. Access the parent/student directory, family information form, report cards & the Directory Spot app using your email.
The 2017-2018 school year calendar with the important "anchor dates" is now available. Download the printable calendar>>
1050+ K-12 students across two campuses
A San Francisco institution since 1887
Spanning 30 countries & six continents
Including educational thought leaders
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.
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.
We learn about color theory and different styles of art and get to do a lot of projects that are displayed throughout the school.
Art, Math and Physics
I have had less pressure to be someone I'm not. I feel a lot more comfortable being myself and saying what I want to say at Stuart Hall. I have definitely enjoyed my experience here.
Physics Roller Coaster
I think I want to be an architect. I've always liked looking at the design of buildings, and I would love to do that as my career.