The Roundtable

Student leaders leave their mark

Student leaders leave their mark

October 21, 2019

Two student leaders embodied this year’s theme of Heritage by marking the concrete of the Columbus Room with paint pen before the drywall was put up. Seniors Maxi Tellini...

Juniors begin college process

Juniors begin college process

October 11, 2019

Juniors say they are optimistic after attending a college application introductory workshop and meeting the counseling team Sept. 19. “Transcripts are the most important pa...

Major club institutes reform

Major club institutes reform

October 11, 2019

A popular school service organization is undergoing restructuring after it grew exponentially last year. “Last year, we had [a lot of] students showing up weekly, but I would ...

Program connects school network

Program connects school network

October 11, 2019

The Sacred Heart network’s Global Exchange Program is looking to send students to sister schools around the world for a two to six week immersion experience with a host family...

Electronic equipment now available for use

Electronic equipment now available for use

September 17, 2019

The Department of Tech and Innovation launched a comprehensive Digital Media Library in late August. “The library is simply about 100 items we have either purchased or collec...

Annual back-to-school night to take place

Annual back-to-school night to take place

September 4, 2019

While the annual Back-to-School Night taking place tonight occurs mainly to inform parents, teachers say they greatly benefit from the event as well. “We get to meet the ...

Community welcomes incoming class

Community welcomes incoming class

August 27, 2019

Incoming freshmen took part in a variety of games and activities at Freshman Success Aug. 15 and 16 as they got to know each other and become familiar with their classes, schedule...

Seniors attend annual workshop

Seniors attend annual workshop

August 23, 2019

Seniors attended a workshop Aug. 15 and 16 that gave them a head start on the college application process. “The college essay workshop allowed time for me to work on my Commo...

Columbus Room renovations experience delay

By Owen Akel, Reporter

August 23, 2019

Despite renovations beginning last May, the soon-to-be renamed Columbus Hall is not finished in time for the start of the 2019-20 school year due to significant delays encountered at the beginning of the construction process. The installation of a fully functional commercial kitchen is expected to be completed sometime in November. “It will be completely different than what was previously experienced in...

Vending machines to be removed

By Owen Murray, Reporter

May 3, 2019

Students in Action has stopped servicing and running the vending machines on the Pine-Octavia campus, having raised money for charity and service projects through selling snacks for over five years. SIA, the largest coed club in the Convent & Stuart Hall community, focuses on performing community service as well as connecting the student body with service opportunities. “As a service club,...

Freshman named all-school winner in annual festival

By Sartaj Rajpal, Reporter

May 3, 2019

Toby Slater ’22 was named the All-School Winner for his poem “Nails” in the annual Poetry Festival on April 29. “I was really surprised when they announced that I won,” Slater said. “My teacher read my poem and suggested that I submit it because she enjoyed it. I think poetry is a great way to convey a message in a beautiful way.” The festival, which includes announcements of all-school...

Club prepares for camping trip

Club prepares for camping trip

May 3, 2019

The Outdoors Club is preparing to leave for its first overnight trip to Lake Berryessa on May 4 for a weekend of camping on the lake and outdoor activities like fishing and swimming. “The...