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During the annual New Year's celebration on January 27, President Ann Marie Krejcarek and the Faculty Staff Development Committee announced recipients of seven awards aimed at recognizing contributions to the school community. See who was honored this year.
Photos: The third annual trip called on Convent & Stuart Hall students to stretch beyond comfort in global engagement, cultural immersion and service to others.
As a manager of the Scientists Without Borders program at the New York Academy of Sciences, Chenelle Bonavito'03'99 designs innovation challenges to find solutions to global issues.
Eli Horwitz'17 earned a coveted medal while his teammate Julian Moreno'16 faced a tough decision near the start of the race: stop to recover his missing shoe, or continue racing in just his sock.
Narrative magazine announced that Natalie Podell is a finalist in its first high school essay contest. How the school helped bolster Natalie's writing ability, giving her the confidence to tell her story.
Spurred by the challenge to envision a simple and clearly identifying symbol to communicate the richly complex reality of Convent & Stuart Hall, we are pleased to introduce the school logo to you.
Photos: If you missed the high school fall drama production or are already looking to relive it, flip through this gallery of stunning photos courtesy of Michael Hong.
Golf is often heralded as an individual sport, but a team mentality has taken hold here. The club has won three straight league titles and is unbeaten in 20 league matches dating back to 2013.
For Convent & Stuart Hall teachers, summer is not just a time for vacation; it's a valuable opportunity for professional development. A few of this year's workshops stand out.
Fred Jaravata told a webinar audience how Convent & Stuart Hall's expanded Digital Literacy & Design program equips teachers to integrate makerspace lessons into a range of classes.
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