For three days in early December, five students attended large group sessions and small workshops focused on developing skills in dialogue and cross-cultural communications.
Working in pairs, Convent second graders were challenged to research a whale species and create a model of it using recycled materials. An immersive ocean scene installation in the Unkefer Spark Studio, complete with disco lights and music, served as an all-encompassing showcase. A video follows the project from start to finish.
These are stories of students, parents and alumni who have stepped up to volunteer and organize for those in need since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
Virtual talks by Annette Gordon-Reed and Erin Entrada Kelly highlighted a weeklong book fair celebrating Convent & Stuart Hall's culture of reading.
A fourth grade fictional character election was every bit as exciting — and hard fought — as the presidential race.
Dr. Damour, who has worked closely with our community since last spring, shared tips on how to support teens during this pandemic to help them build lifelong resilience.
1150+ K-12 students across two campuses
A San Francisco institution since 1887
Spanning 30 countries & six continents
Including educational thought leaders
I have appreciated how the school focuses on getting us to be independent thinkers.
Siboni 2nd Floor
I love the balance between single-sex and coed. At Convent & Stuart Hall, I am able to get the best of both worlds.
Mother Williams Library
My favorite subject is Latin because it expands my vocabulary. Once upon a time, my parents said that once I learned to read, a whole new world would open up to me. It's true.
My friends and I enjoy the Spark Studio at every opportunity we get. There are bins full of unused materials along with hot glue guns and hand saws that we use to create detailed structures.
Big Sister/Little Sister