The Roundtable

Junior Vincent Behnke reads Lyndon B. Johnson's autobiography. San Francisco's shelter-in-place order gave students time to delve into various hobbies.

Students engage in activities during shelter-in-place

April 8, 2020

With Convent & Stuart Hall closing school campuses to students through at least May 3 after the San Francisco Health Department issued an order to shelter in place due to the ...

Senior Maxi Tellini draws the Stuart Hall Knight on the concrete of the Columbus Room before the construction crew begins putting up drywall this week. Although the room will be open to the students mid-winter, the kitchen will not be completed until February.

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...

Junior Owen O'Dell runs out with the football team during the Pep Rally on Sept. 13. The event started Spirit Week, which will feature two games, a dance and special dress days.

Community preps for Homecoming

September 17, 2019

Convent & Stuart Hall’s annual Spirit Week culminates with the Homecoming Dance on Sept. 20 and a football game the following day. “We’re preparing for our game against...

Ninth graders play a game of human knot during Freshman Success Aug. 15. Orientation took place on both campuses over a period of two days and also served as a social opportunity

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...

Knights prepare for fall season

By Sartaj Rajpal, Senior Reporter

August 23, 2019

The Knights football and cross-country teams spent their summer practicing to prepare for the 2019 fall sports season. “We had optional workouts with Barclay [Spring] at the performance lab,” quarterback Max Banks ’21 said. “The team also had a few mandatory practices closer to the end of summer where instead of lifting weights, we actually played football.” Spring is also working with team membe...

A group of sophomores prepare to play catch with a football at the Hotel Villas Rio Mar pool. After the morning activities, students ate lunch and had free time.

Pura vida

February 11, 2019

The sixth-annual Sophomore Class Costa Rica trip in mid January emphasized community through coed group activities, exposed students to a different culture, and taught them about...

Nigel Burris '21 fights for the ball with a University Red Devil. The Stuart Hall Knights beat University on the Devil's home court for the first time in three years.

Knights set out to win postseason

February 11, 2019

With the wins over University on Tuesday, Marin Academy on Thursday and San Domenico on Saturday, the Knights are now 21-4 for the season and look forward to the playoffs. “We’re...

Seniors Wellsley Cohen and Skyler Dela Cruz decorate the Flood Mansion's Gallery for Winter Formal on Jan. 25. The gambling-themed annual dance featured snacks, drinks, card games and a dance floor in the
Reception Room.

Winter dance starts off semester

February 5, 2019

Students played casino games, danced and socialized with friends at the Winter Formal in Convent’s Main Hall on Jan. 25. “Winter Formal is a great opportunity for everyone...

Sage leaves students unsatisfied

By Owen Murray, Senior Reporter

April 11, 2018

With two supermarkets within a mile of the school, Stuart Hall isn’t technically a food desert, but time constraints and limited on-campus choices make a variety of fresh lunch options seem like a mirage to students. Stuart Hall has two on-campus lunch choices — Sage Dining Services and Walt’s Catering Service. Sage is officially contracted by the school, while Walt’s food truck stops by...

Jason Arzhintar ’19 teaches during the Theory of Knowledge class. Arzhintar
and his classmates have started a club to bring attention to events that
have fallen out of the news cycle or not received wide media attention.

New club pops up

April 11, 2018

Three juniors have created a club to address and bring awareness to forgotten or ignored issues that are important. “We make projects and we have a website that coordinates...

New face in the admissions office

By Anson Gordon-Creed, Senior Reporter

April 11, 2018

The east-side office, behind the front desk on the Pine & Octavia campus, has a new occupant. Greg Lobe, Stuart Hall’s newest associate director of admissions, has been in his position since the academic year began in August. “It’s great he’s here,” Dean Reynolds Marquette said. “We all miss [Shuja] Kahn because we had a relationship with him and he did a great job, but Greg has...

Seth Eislund '18 instructs a session during the March 4 Day of Learning event at Galileo High School. Eislund began his studies on the topic of the Yazidi Genocide through his International Baccalaureate Extended Essay.

Senior lectures on genocide

April 11, 2018

Speakers at the Jewish Family and Children’s Services’ annual Day of Learning tend to be adults, but a Stuart Hall student was invited to lead a workshop at this year’s event...