Celebrating 200 years of Sacred Heart education in North America, the Convent & Stuart Hall community spread out across a long stretch of waterfront to clean up trash on Global Service Day.
For years, Convent High School student publications have amassed national awards, but now Convent's leader, Rachel Simpson, has received one of the biggest honors in scholastic press for her support of student journalism.
As a third generation alumna of Sacred Heart schools, Devi Zinzuvadia CES'91 recognizes how a lifelong commitment to service is born out of the Sacred Heart Goals and Criteria.
K-8 students started classes on August 28, and high school students returned a week earlier. Browse back-to-school photos, including shots of Freshman Success.
Before we turn the page on 2017-18, let's revisit the stories that caught our readers' attention on sacredsf.org this past school year.
Convent & Stuart Hall celebrated the achievements of its eighth grade class with two commencement ceremonies on June 8. Dive into photo galleries to relive all of the highlights.
1050+ K-12 students across two campuses
A San Francisco institution since 1887
Spanning 30 countries & six continents
Including educational thought leaders
As of now, I want to pursue a career in architecture and engineering. I have always been interested in the combination of art and design, as well as math and engineering.
Math & Art
Cross Country & Track
The best part of my day is seeing my friends in my classroom. I have made some great friends in my class and we really enjoy learning together.
The course of learning can totally differ between single-sex and coed classes, and I think it’s really valuable to be exposed to both environments.
It has been fun meeting students, staff and teachers and interviewing them for the paper. My writing skills have improved considerably as well, and I am learning to make deadlines and write concisely.
Math & Physics
Carroll Learning Commons
I have benefitted from going to a single-sex school because I get to spend more time with boys my age. The teachers make it really fun for boys.