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High School

Welcome to Convent & Stuart Hall! We are excited to get to know you and your family. As a part of a global network of over 150 Sacred Heart schools in 41 countries, we have a rich history of providing excellence in education and preparing graduates to be active, informed and compassionate members of a global society. We believe in the unique power of educating young men and women separately and together.

You are invited to learn more about our unique educational model and school community, and wish you a safe and healthy start to the school year.

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2022–23 High School Admissions Timeline

  • Thursday, September 1: 2022–23 Inquiry form available at 12 p.m.
  • Friday, September 30: Online application available at 12 p.m.
  • Thursday, January 12: Application deadline at 5 p.m.
  • Thursday, January 12: Financial assistance application deadline
  • Saturday, January 28: Student interview day
  • Thursday, March 16: Admissions decisions mailed
  • Friday, March 17: Admissions decisions available in online portal at 4 p.m.
  • Thursday, March 23: Financial assistance enrollment contracts and deposits due by 12 p.m.
  • Friday, March 24: Enrollment contracts and deposits due by 12 p.m.

Explore Convent & Stuart Hall

We invite you to connect and get to know the school with a range of visit opportunities.

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In Person
  • Open Houses
  • Parent Tours
  • Student Visit
  • Curriculum Information Night
  • Arts and Athletics Showcase

*You may register for in-person events in the admissions portal after submitting an inquiry form.

A welcome message from the admissions team.


Steps to Complete the Application Process

Please submit an online inquiry to begin the admissions process. Once we receive your inquiry, you will be able to access our admissions portal and applicant checklist to register for a student visit and events, complete an application and view your progress throughout the process.

Transfers

Grade 9 is the natural entry point to Convent & Stuart Hall High School. As such, admission to Grades 10 and 11 is dependent upon available space and attrition. Please note we may only assess and interview candidates applying to grades in which we anticipate openings.

If you are an incoming tenth or eleventh grader looking to transfer, please email Lizzie Schneiberg, our Associate Director, K–12 Financial Assistance and High School Admissions.


Student Profiles

Ada | Grade 11
Tradition
Ring Ceremony
Activity
Field Hockey & Admissions Ambassador
Space
The Belvedere

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Amrita | Grade 10
Subject
Latin
Activity
Swimming
Space
The Center
 

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Geno | Grade 10
Subject
History
Activity
Football
Space
Pine-Octavia Courtyard
 

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Videos: Get to Know Convent & Stuart Hall


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Arts and Journalism

Athletics

IB Diploma Programme

Future Life, Future Work

China Cultural Immersion Trip

Sophomore Costa Rica Experience

Stuart Hall Wins D-5 NCS Basketball Championship

Great Texts Canon

Design and Prototyping

Contacts

Director of Admissions and Academic Guidance (415) 345-5809
Assistant Director, High School Admissions(415) 345-5812
Assistant Director, K-12 Admissions(415) 345-5854
Associate Director, K-12 Financial Assistance and High School Admissions (415) 345-5855
K-12 Admissions & Database Coordinator (415) 292-3128

High School Profile

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Course Catalog

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High school course catalog page.

President's Report

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Alumni Bulletin

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In our commitment to sustaining an inclusive learning community, Convent & Stuart Hall admits students of any race, color, national/ethnic origin or ancestry, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or disability. The school does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national/ethnic origin or ancestry, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, age, marital status or any other consideration protected by federal, state or local laws in the administration of its educational, admissions, financial aid and employment policies, or any other programs administered by the school.