Posted September 30, 2015
The official welcome to the new school year brought together students in Grades K-12, parents and the extended community for a service that inspired awe and discovery. Relive it in photos.
Posted September 21, 2015
The mock trial, in which Native Americans sued Christopher Columbus and his patrons, marked the end of the first unit of a course that challenges students to understand cycles of oppression.
Posted September 17, 2015
Lauryn Salazar’98’94, who joined Convent as a kindergartener, grew up surrounded by mariachi music at home and has dedicated her life to safeguarding and celebrating it.
Posted September 15, 2015
Frank Duncan’10, who plays for the Pittsburgh Pirates Class A affiliate in Florida, will receive his team's service award during a ceremony in honor of Roberto Clemente Day.
Posted October 5, 2015
Ashanti Branch, a leading advocate for boys, joined high school students for Values Day helping them navigate gender and identity misconceptions.
Posted September 8, 2015
Ian Humphreys SHB’69, Director of Program Planning for the Sacred Heart Schools Network, will visit Convent & Stuart Hall on September 21, a first stop on a tour of 24 Network schools.
Posted September 23, 2015
The fifth annual all-school Homecoming game on Saturday, September 26 boasts fun-filled entertainment and a main event that features a high-scoring Knights team off to a 2-0 start.
Posted September 10, 2015
As President Ann Marie Krejcarek explains in her welcome letter to the community, the school year theme of Paths To... holds open endless possibilities for students.
Posted August 20, 2015
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.
Posted August 17, 2015
An increasingly popular multi-sensory literacy program and a range of other academic classes help prep students for a smooth transition to a new school year.