Girls & Boys
Inviting students to see possibilities in themselves
Convent & Stuart Hall believes in the unique power of educating girls and boys separately and together. The fundamental value in this paradoxical school structure is the lived experience of our students, as they see possibilities in themselves beyond social norms.
Set the bar high, provide the right tools
Our rigorous academic program develops each student’s intellect by providing a comprehensive, contextualized curriculum that recognizes the unique learning paths of girls & boys.
Independent, Catholic, K-12, Sacred Heart education in the heart of the city, since 1887
Convent & Stuart Hall’s Lower Form, Middle Form, Upper Form and High School describes the path we set from early learning years to readiness for college and life beyond.
Libraries & Learning Commons
State-of-the-art libraries and learning spaces enrich student learning. Read More
Students develop and define their voice, purpose and intellectual passion in a reflective and generative college counseling curriculum.
Conversations with Lower and Middle-Form Deans
I have benefitted from going to a single-sex school because I feel more confident when speaking in class and expressing my ideas.
My favorite subject is math. It is my favorite subject because we get to do fun projects.
I really enjoy that while it is technically a single-sex school, you still get the feeling it is coed. It's a little bit of both, and I like that a lot about this school.
I think the more coed aspect of high school adds different perspectives and can make classes more fun, while keeping the more important core classes single-sex.
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