Story by Lucas Chan ’14
March 30, 2011 was a godsend. The Stuart Hall student body erupted when Spencer Palmer announced Congé.
Congé, a longstanding tradition in Sacred Heart education, is a secretly planned day of celebration and fun that is revealed only on the date of the actual event. Months of planning were put into this year’s Congé, which was held at San Francisco’s House of Air, a converted military building turned into a trampoline bounce house complete with separate trampoline sections and gaming rooms. This year’s conge will not be one to soon be forgotten.