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College Counseling

The college admissions process at Convent & Stuart Hall is an engaging and collaborative effort that includes students, families, faculty and staff. We believe that the college counseling process is an exciting invitation for each student to aspire and grow in self-knowledge and purpose.

Convent & Stuart Hall’s college counselors help students and families navigate the landscape of college and university admission, educating them to understand and interpret the quantity of information surrounding the admissions process. In the freshman and sophomore years, the program features group conversation and information sharing, equipping families with a foundation for junior and senior years when all students take a weekly college counseling class and begin working individually with a dedicated counselor.

To ensure that students make an informed choice of college, the process begins with self-reflection that invites an examination of personal strengths and interests. The comprehensive four-year program allows college counselors to develop a genuine rapport with each student; in consultation and partnership with teachers and coaches, counselors develop a multi-faceted picture of every student. The process is a significant step on a life-long journey. It is a passport to self-awareness and a marker of readiness for reflective, purposeful and conscientious decision-making.

College Counseling Senior Information Night 2021

College Planning Timeline

2021–22 High School Profiles

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Stuart Hall 
Convent of the Sacred Heart High School 2018-19 Profile
Stuart Hall High School Profile

Student Resources

Class of 2021 FAQ


Director of Admissions and Academic Guidance(415) 345-5809
College Counselor(415) 292-3169
College Counselor (415) 292-3131

Resources for College Reps

  • College reps: Please schedule a visit to Stuart Hall High School through SCOIR
  • When you sign up for a visit with Stuart Hall, Convent students will also be invited to join.
  • Please email Tom Esponnette if you have any questions.

Student Profile

Grace | Grade 10

I find it very interesting to learn about how people lived in the past, what people did that benefited society and what mistakes they made.

Track & Field
Williams Library

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College Admission Panel: Ask the Experts
On February 4, the College Counseling Department hosted its annual College Admission Panel for students in Grades 9–11 and their parents. The event, moderated by Cesar Guerrero, included Marcela Mejia-Martinez, Assistant Vice President of Admission at Chapman University, Samuel Carpenter, Senior Assistant Director of Admission at Duke University, and Mike Devlin, Director of Admission and Associate Dean at Stanford University.