The Parents Association held its signature event on March 15–16.
The Knights senior leader received the most votes from a panel of BCL West coaches.
After an eight-week course with a local improv theater company, students took the stage to test their new skills. Video clips capture many of the unscripted moments.
Winning two basketball championships in the highest division in the same season is a rare achievement. Stuart Hall seventh graders have done it in back-to-back years under head coach Buzz Butler.
With the regular season title already in hand, the Knights played a gritty second half to add a tournament crown to their stellar resume.
Every year, President Ann Marie Krejcarek and the Faculty Staff Development Committee give seven awards to faculty and staff, two for special professional development opportunities and five for contributions made to the community. See who was honored this year.
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.