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Introducing a New-Look President’s Report

Introducing a New-Look President’s Report

The 2022 President's Report magazine provides a snapshot of signature programs and student experiences, wrapped up in a fresh design.

In the latest President's Report, available in print and online, we spotlight a multitude of news and highlights coming out of Convent & Stuart Hall throughout 2022, including snippets of campus life and features on and by students, teachers and alumni. With a crisp, new design, the publication captures the vibrant spirit of Convent & Stuart Hall in 52 pages of in-depth stories and sweeping photography. 

Scroll down to enjoy the publication online in a flip format. Highlights of this year's President's Report include:

Remembering the Life and Legacy of Mary Mardel, RSCJ
A relentless advocate for children and a force for social justice, Sr. Mardel had a profound impact on countless students, colleagues and friends. We honor that legacy and her unshakable commitment to Sacred Heart education. 

Igniting Experimentation and Innovation
Educational Innovation Coordinator Krista Inchausti takes readers inside the Unkefer Spark Studio, where students are encouraged to explore their curiosities and embrace creative risks. 

Postcards Home
Far from the comforts of home and campus, four students wrote postcards to their parents, sharing highlights from recent field trips as well as international study abroad and Network exchange experiences.

Alumna Spotlight
Emmy Award-winning producer, author and entrepreneur Saudia Davis ’92 shares highlights from her career and the lessons she learned at Convent. 

Expanding Instrumental Music
We sat down with music teachers Bonnie Fraenza and Leandro Joaquim to discuss their teaching journey and the expansion of the Instrumental Music Program.

The Class of 2022
Cesar Guerrero, Director of Admissions and Academic Guidance, looks back on the challenges faced by last year’s graduates and the key to their high acceptance rate to the most selective colleges.