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Kevin Wong ’12 (far left) compares the suspense-filled moments before his team received the award to standing at the starting line for a Stuart Hall cross-country race.
Directed by Pamela Rickard, the high school production of 42nd Street featured rousing musical numbers with spectacular dancing. Photos are courtesy of Michael Hong.
After their first NCS basketball championship in school history, Stuart Hall's remarkable 30-win season came to an end three games short of the state finals.
Four-time Super Bowl champion Ronnie Lott, empowered students to committ to service and "play" like Jerry Rice, because every time he set foot on the field, he gave 100%.
Two $2500 grants are up for grabs and any enterprising student can apply.
After a decisive first round win, Convent dropped a second round game to BCL West rival University. Stuart Hall won four straight to claim its first NCS title in program history.
Plus, Gennaro Covelli, Charlie O'Connell and Alex McDonald all won individual league titles. Captivating photos are courtesy of Genaro Vavuris.
Organized by three juniors, the night included spoken word and original music followed by an unexpected jam session where one student discovered a hidden talent.
The Convent Cubs took on the Lick Wilmerding Tigers and the Stuart Hall Knights had a rematch with the Marin Academy Wildcats in league playoff action on February 18 at Kezar Pavillion. The Knights' overtime win sends them to the finals on Saturday, February 21, 8 p.m. at Kezar. Watch the highlights.
The strength of any good ed-tech program is also teaching kids about mindful disconnection, says Howard Levin, Director of Educational Innovation and Information Services.
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