On a week-long trip to Italy, high school students explored sprawling Roman ruins, ancient architecture, art museums, cultural landmarks and the world's smallest country, Vatican City.
The words "bezoar" and "recidivist" were no match for Frank, who survived three rounds of the CBS Bay Area Spelling Bee.
The Consul General of China invited 30 Convent & Stuart Hall students and faculty for a lively cultural exchange and tour, reinforcing the school's relationship with the consulate's Sunshine School.
Scott Campbell SHB'94, professionally known as DJ CAMS, has shared the stage with world-renowned artists as one of the West Coast's most sought after DJs. The "Best of the Bay Area" honoree by San Francisco Magazine returns to his roots March 17-18 as the DJ/emcee for Celebrate Spring.
High school students performed their spring musical March 9-11 in Syufy Theatre. Photos capture many of the highlights, including the moments before the curtain went up on opening night.
Stuart Hall wrestlers Alex McDonald and Jacob Hubbard challenge each other on the practice mat, improving their competitive advantage and leading to third and eighth place medals, respectively, in the section.
Save the date for Grandparents & Special Friends Days: The countdown has begun! This year, we will welcome guests from the whole school community on April 20 and 21. Each division will host separate events. View the online invitation for a rundown of our campus-wide activities and to RSVP>>
New sacredsf.org account credentials for parents: As of December 12, your username has been changed to the primary email address you have on file with the school. Your password has not changed. Access the parent/student directory, family information form, report cards & the Directory Spot app using your email.
The 2017-2018 school year calendar with the important "anchor dates" is now available. Download the printable calendar>>
1050+ K-12 students across two campuses
A San Francisco institution since 1887
Spanning 30 countries & six continents
Including educational thought leaders
Art is my favorite subject. It is a place where you are free to express yourself. There are very few boundaries on a piece of paper and it is a place to relax and just draw or make things.
I love the single-sex environment because it gives us a chance to talk about topics we would normally not talk about in a classroom setting and gives us a freedom to be completely ourselves.
We learn about color theory and different styles of art and get to do a lot of projects that are displayed throughout the school.
Art, Math and Physics
I have had less pressure to be someone I'm not. I feel a lot more comfortable being myself and saying what I want to say at Stuart Hall. I have definitely enjoyed my experience here.
Physics Roller Coaster
I think I want to be an architect. I've always liked looking at the design of buildings, and I would love to do that as my career.