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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.
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.
With the start of a new school year just around the corner, here's a look at many of the reasons why Convent & Stuart Hall children and their families embrace the K-12 education.
Photos captured many of the highlights of Convent Elementary and Stuart Hall for Boys ceremonies as proud parents celebrated one of the greatest milestones yet for their children.
Three inaugural $2500 grants, handed out by a panel of judges, will help students continue to develop their innovative products and ideas.
Middle Form students whisked audiences away to the first half of the twentieth century in a rousing performance of Guys and Dolls. Colorful photos capture many of the highlights.
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.
Jacqueline Woodson explains to students why “everyone has a story to tell" and how to tell it.
Made possible by a generous gift, Susan Thomasson from Lincoln Center moves the classroom curriculum to the stage.
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.
Please complete the form and deliver to the SHB office if your son needs to take any medication at school.
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