Convent senior Kayla Man, a relative newcomer to the sport of badminton, won the school's first league singles championship.
When Convent Elementary eighth graders met with distinguished alumna Senator Dianne Feinstein '51, they brought her a copy of her freshman class project — a book about classical architecture in the Flood Mansion.
Senior week began on Monday, May 15. Follow the senior class as they prepared for their big day. Events were scheduled all week leading up to graduation ceremonies on Friday, May 19.
The Delta Airlines baggage claim at Terminal 1 at SFO just got more interesting. A student-curated exhibit called "Window to the World," which explores the experience of travel, will be on display at the airport through July 11.
Second grade girls celebrate Women's History Month by bringing influential women to life, building life-sized models and connecting them to computer programs to share their stories and accomplishments.
On May 10, one of the most respected and familiar voices in the world of American poetry will spend the entire day on campus, leading classroom workshops followed by an evening poetry reading and reception with the adult community.
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>>
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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.