Alijah Gourdine '23 was honored by the Convent & Stuart Hall Athletic Department at a Signing Day ceremony on May 30. Watch the full recording.
Our mission as an Athletic Department is to help students identify and embody the values learned through athletic participation and physical education and to develop the ability to apply them to all aspects of their lives.
1. Essential Life Lessons – Athletic participation and physical education can impact individuals, not just through competition but through understanding the underlying values that sports have to offer. As the Convent & Stuart Hall Athletic and Physical Education Department, we have the great opportunity to shape the lives of the students we work with daily.
2. Character Development – The lessons learned through athletic participation and physical education have the ability to teach skills and values that go far beyond just a game. This department’s goal is to assist students in character development by teaching the importance of humility, accountability, teamwork, work ethic, fair play and commitment.
3. Leadership – We aim to help students develop lifelong leadership skills, build respect and awareness for themselves and others, and overcome adversity.
4. Equity and Inclusion – We are committed to teaching values that cultivate a culture that embraces diversity, equity and inclusivity.
Senior Joseph Hubbard was honored by the Convent & Stuart Hall Athletic Department at a Signing Day ceremony held in the Mother Williams Library. Watch the full recording.
In a memorable winter season, Convent & Stuart Hall Grade 5–8 basketball teams accumulated wins — and championships.
Sophomore Sienna Faidi put her name into the record books with a second-place finish at the CIF State Cross Country Championships, the highest finish for a Convent & Stuart Hall runner at the state meet.
After winning eight straight games, the Knights are back in the NCS title game for the second year in a row.