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New gadget appears on campus

New gadget appears on campus

May 26, 2017

Triangles and cubes click and whir in an increasing number of Stuart Hall classrooms, yet  the faculty has taken no official stance on so-called “stress relief devices.” Sales for spinners and the Kickstarter-funde...

Meditation Club heads to Petaluma

Meditation Club heads to Petaluma

May 13, 2017

A small group of student and teacher meditators had a both relaxing and eventful retreat on a remote ranch in Marin over the past weekend. Scott Roos led the Meditation Club on the retreat hosted by club...

New mural appears in back stairs

New mural appears in back stairs

May 11, 2017

Stuart Hall’s newest mural, currently is in progress in the western upstairs stairwell, not only honors the school’s namesake, but is also the focus of a class discussion of art and mathematics. The ...

Students Build Businesses

Students Build Businesses

April 24, 2017

While some students are preparing ideas to win this year’s annual, four-division, $2,500 Launch Grant, some students have gotten ahead of the curve and begun their own companies in hopes to use grant...

Schools hire four-school AD

By Nicholas Hom, Associate Editor-in-Chief

February 16, 2017

Filed under News

Schools of the Sacred Heart San Francisco has hired a new athletic director to oversee the athletic departments of all four schools, beginning in the 2017-2018 school year. Anthony Thomas will begin working in July as the four-school athletic director, replacing the three athletic directors in each of the boys schools and one for both girls schools. “It’s obviously something different for us,” wrestling team manager...

New class provokes thought

New class provokes thought

February 16, 2017

In tandem with the rollout of the IB Diploma Programme this scholastic year, both Stuart Hall and Convent juniors will be required to take the Theory of Knowledge class, regardless of their participation...

Students evacuate after sprinkler system deploys in Siboni

By Owen Murray and Anson Gordon-Creed

February 9, 2017

Filed under News, Showcase

Fire alarms and sprinkler systems on the Broadway campus were activated at roughly 1:40 p.m. yesterday afternoon, causing an unplanned evacuation of the school. The sprinkler system in a Physics classroom on the second floor of the Siboni building was activated and flooded the second floor and floors below it. Students remained outside for about 30 minutes until they were allowed to enter the other school buildings. Fire alarm...

Freshmen connect with students globally

Freshmen connect with students globally

January 25, 2017

While Theology 1 teacher Austin Emerson was at the Costa Rica Service and Cultural Immersion Trip with sophomore students, his classes began a program fostering communication with students in other countries. Progr...

Students watch President Trump’s Inauguration on Pine and Octavia campus

Students watch President Trump’s Inauguration on Pine and Octavia campus

January 20, 2017

Some students on the Pine and Octavia campus were given the opportunity to watch the Inauguration of the 45th President of the United States this morning. Donald J. Trump was sworn in at around 9 AM PST which gave some teachers the opportunity to stream the even...

Juniors begin college counseling course

By Nicholas Hom, Associate Editor-in-Chief

January 18, 2017

Filed under News

The Junior Class began its college application process this week with its first College Counseling class in the Learning Commons. The class began with introductions from College Counseling Director Cesar Guerrero and College Counseling Associate Kelly Whalen before delving into the framework for the class, handing out scored PSAT booklets and explaining how to use Khan Academy to students’ benefit in preparing for the...

Teen development advocates speak to freshmen

Teen development advocates speak to freshmen

January 17, 2017

Convent & Stuart Hall freshmen met adolescent development speaker Charis Denison earlier today in the Columbus Room on the Pine and Octavia campus for a workshop on gender politics and adolescent be...

50-gallon drum helps Hall with drought

50-gallon drum helps Hall with drought

January 11, 2017

The 4-foot-tall, black, plastic barrel sitting on a pallet outside the front lobby of the Pine and Octavia campus collecting water throughout this week’s rainy weather isn’t just for preventing puddles...