Video: Second-grade boys and girls developed a language for movement in two weeklong dance workshops, under the direction of Artist-in-Residence Susan Thomasson from Lincoln Center Education in New York.
Beyond the Convent & Stuart Hall campus, faculty and staff are leaders in their fields and often share their expertise on the national stage. Here's a look at six workshops recently led by faculty and staff.
Meet three senior administrators who will step into new roles for the 2019–20 school year.
Photos: Four 2018–19 drama productions represent a broad spectrum of choices, with more ways than ever for students to get involved in every aspect of the theater program.
Shop the new Convent & Stuart Hall online gear store.
The Parents Association held its signature event on March 15–16.
1050+ K-12 students across two campuses
A San Francisco institution since 1887
Spanning 30 countries & six continents
Including educational thought leaders
I am most proud of the service project I completed sophomore year in Mr. Campos' class. I chose to work with an organization called Challenger Baseball, where you assist and teach kids with disabilities how to play baseball.
Honors Algebra 2 & Biology
Carroll Learning Commons
I always spend my time in The Center. There are always classmates you can talk to, and I really like the relaxed environment it brings to our school.
Going to an all-girls school has given me a sense of family and sisterhood. I love going to an all-girls school, but I also think it's cool that we have a boys school and a high school, too.
I have benefited from going to a boys-only school by interacting with boys and knowing what they like. Boys and girls have a different style of humor as well.
My favorite school activity has been student council. I love taking a leadership role at school, helping to plan events and strengthen my community.