Virtual Tours and Visit Experience

We welcome you to Convent & Stuart Hall — virtually! While we can’t currently show you our campus in person, this page features an interactive audiovisual tour and videos that highlight what makes Convent & Stuart Hall unique. We invite you to supplement other virtual opportunities at the Kindergarten, Grades 1–8 and high school entry points by exploring these self-guided tours of our campuses. If you have questions, our elementary and high school admissions teams are available and eager to assist you.
 
Join our guides, Erwin Wong and Lizzie Schneiberg, for an audio-narrated tour of our campuses. Simply hover over the building of your choice below and scroll through the slides to start exploring our spaces and history.
 
Elementary School Tour

Erwin Wong

I’m Erwin Wong, the Director of Admissions, Enrollment and Financial Aid. Thank you for joining me for an audiovisual tour of our beautiful campus, which sits atop a hill overlooking San Francisco Bay and the Marina District. Please enjoy the interactive tour, and we look forward to having you on campus soon!

High School Tour

I’m Lizzie Schneiberg, Associate Director of High School Admissions. We are excited you have joined us for an audiovisual tour of our two beautiful campuses highlighting what makes our school unique. Please enjoy the interactive tour, and we look forward to welcoming you to our campus soon!

Legend


Explore by Video


The Flood Mansion: An Essential San Francisco Building

The Little-Known History of the Pine-Octavia Campus


Student Profiles

Jennifer | Grade 11
Subjects
Math & History
Space
The Belvedere
Activities
Volleyball & Singing

Full Profile

Lev | Grade 10
Subject
English
Space
Siboni 2nd Floor
Tradition
Basketball Games

Full Profile

Anoushka | Grade 10
Subject
Math
Space
Mother Williams Library
Activity
Tennis

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Kailer | Grade 11
Subjects
Math & History
Space
The Courtyard
Project
Design to Action Scholar Program

Full Profile

Remote Learning in Action


Going Virtual is the Next Best Thing for Washington, D.C. Week
 

Home Kitchen Becomes Science Lab for Curious Sixth Graders
 

An Extraordinary Yoga Experience on Zoom
 

How Stuart Hall 8th Graders Pulled Off a Stunning Virtual Congé Reveal
 

Beyond Zoom: How 4th Graders Are Helping Others from Home
 

With Ingenuity, Our Athletic Department Keeps Program Running Remotely
 

How Spring Musical Rehearsals Are Continuing Online
 

In Remote Learning, Zoe Scott Cultivates New Strategies and a Welcoming Presence
 

A Behind-the-Scenes Look at a Virtual Art Class
 

What It's Like for Lindsay MacGarva to Teach Math Online
 

Ms. Andrea Throws a Virtual Kindergarten Birthday Party
 

Inside Coach Tilo's Virtual PE Classroom