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For Convent & Stuart Hall teachers, summer is not just a time for vacation; it's a valuable opportunity for professional development. A few of this year's workshops stand out.
With the start of a new school year just around the corner, here's a look at many of the reasons why Convent & Stuart Hall children and their families embrace the K-12 education.
Drew Xandrine-Anderson, who entered Stuart Hall High School with no experience on the track, leaves as the second best triple jumper in the state and is bound for UC Davis.
Erika Wong became the top fencer in the state after she and Zack Hammer each won city titles. Plus, the co-ed team finished number one in San Francisco.
The Voice + Vision exhibition is a junior level collaboration between Art and English that dives into The Great Gatsby and other texts, distilling the narrative into interpretive works of art.
Senior Week was filled with heartwarming send-off activities. Scroll through photographs of the events including stunning images of graduation.
Three inaugural $2500 grants, handed out by a panel of judges, will help students continue to develop their innovative products and ideas.
A well balanced meal can also taste good. That's what students discover every day as they collaborate with cafe staff to provide feedback and family recipes that are woven into the menu.
Stuart Hall High School partnered with the SF Interfaith Council to help build 28 single family homes in the Ingleside/Oceanview neighborhood. Students share their experience in this video.
A Stuart Hall junior leads the Knights on a quest for back-to-back North Coast Section championships.
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