During this service learning trip, the coed group immerses themselves in Mexican culture, learning about the local people, language and traditions, and even working on a sustainable farm.
All tenth grade boys and girls — as well as their chaperones — are spending the week of January 13–19 in a small town about three hours from Costa Rica's capital. Follow the trip on the school's travel blog and on social media.
Reaching nearly 6,000 alumni as well as parents and friends of the school, the 2018 Bulletin recognizes the diverse triumphs and accomplishments of our alumni and longtime faculty. Preview the stories in this edition and flip through an electronic copy.
In an interview for the 2018 Alumni Bulletin, Sophie Guerin '01'97 reflects on the future of sustainable business, her time at Convent and living abroad.
Surprised by the lack of lead testing at some Bay Area schools, students in a campus club are raising awareness about clean water access with the help of a local basketball hero.
A new apprenticeship opportunity is inviting artists from across all four divisions to explore the intersection of art and nature.
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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.