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Erika Wong became the top fencer in the state after she and Zack Hammer each won city titles. Plus, the co-ed team finished number one in San Francisco.
Senior Week was filled with heartwarming send-off activities. Scroll through photographs of the events including stunning images of graduation.
Three inaugural $2500 grants, handed out by a panel of judges, will help students continue to develop their innovative products and ideas.
A well balanced meal can also taste good. That's what students discover every day as they collaborate with cafe staff to provide feedback and family recipes that are woven into the menu.
This Earth Week brings news of an impressive milestone in the war on trash: Our school community is the least wasteful in San Francisco according to the city agency who monitors the environment.
Learn about the extensive college planning process at Convent & Stuart Hall and why the counselors advocate for students to be genuine.
Directed by Pamela Rickard, the high school production of 42nd Street featured rousing musical numbers with spectacular dancing. Photos are courtesy of Michael Hong.
Tiana Abdulmassih discovered her passion for visual stroytelling at Harvard and told us in a recent interview that it has informed her work as an activist and athlete.
Two $2500 grants are up for grabs and any enterprising student can apply.
After a decisive first round win, Convent dropped a second round game to BCL West rival University. Stuart Hall won four straight to claim its first NCS title in program history.
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Single-sex education in a vibrant co-ed community for students in grades K-12, committed to the mission of the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.