School leadership and our Board of Trustees are committed to sustaining the mission of Sacred Heart education to develop a fair and just society. Read the full statement from President Ann Marie Krejcarek and Board Chair Holden Spaht and view an extensive list of anti-racism resources curated by our library team.
Before we turn the page on the 2019–20 school year, let's revisit how teachers and students found innovative ways to adapt the traditional classroom to a new online environment.
Remote yoga classes for students and employees have offered an opportunity to de-stress and interact with friends and colleagues while learning to control the breath and relax the body.
The annual Convent eighth grade Washington, D.C. trip had a virtual spin this year, with three guest speakers, including Senator Dianne Feinstein '51, providing a surprisingly intimate glimpse into public life.
Kendyl Eriksen, a science instructor who teaches fundamentally hands-on lab courses, is finding ways to embrace remote learning.
Runners participated in the 50th annual Miller's Mile fun run by choosing their own starting line and running two miles while adhering to social distancing guidelines. Over 150 individuals submitted results.
1050+ 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