The Roundtable

Robert Eklund ’17 watches his golf ball fly during a match against University. Eklund, one of two
captains on the team, has helped the Knights to their undefeated season.

Golf looks to go undefeated

April 27, 2017

With a tournament win and undefeated season to date, the golf team looks poised to capture its first-ever league title and contend for a North Coast Section title as well. “After...

The Real Cost of Prom

The Real Cost of Prom

April 24, 2017

With prom season in full swing, the signature dance’s appearance on the horizon signals the arrival of one of the biggest school events of the year for upperclassmen, but disguised...

Elijah Horowitz ’17 leads the pack during an event at the Sunset Invitational. Horowitz, a leader on the track and field team, has competed in events across California this year.

Horowitz, McDonald lead track and field

April 24, 2017

Track and field athletes are looking to improve their personal record times while bringing in another league title after losing to University High School last year in the North...

Jack Merrigan ’17 finishes an event at a recent swim meet. The Knights lost to Bentley and Drew by scores of 94-49 and 68-62, respectively.

Swim team on the rise

April 24, 2017

Although swimming got off to a rocky start with three consecutive losses, the high-spirited team is on a roll. The team pulled away with an important win against Lick-Wilmerding...

Owen's Opinion

Owen’s Opinion

April 24, 2017

The University of North Carolina captured its sixth NCAA Div. I Men’s Basketball National championship in school history when it beat Gonzaga University 71-65, earlier this month....

Michael Liu ’18 sells a shirt to Dylan Kelly ’17 at the end of art class in Siboni. Liu founded his shirt company with a few of his friends and has been selling shirts at school for the majority of the second semester.

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...

Dare to Risk

Dare to Risk

April 24, 2017

With Stuart Hall students making headlines for starting businesses and making music, it is not hard to see that the Hall is filled with passionate people with inventive minds....

Jaden Newman ’17 looks over the courtyard at Stuart Hall High School early on a  March morning. Newman has recently begun to release music online and is seeing increasing success.

Newman to Anthony

April 24, 2017

Sitting on the yellow First Student bus that shuttles Convent & Stuart Hall students between campuses, Jaden Newman looked out the window and the words “She a model” came into his head. Using Garageband and a microphone in his bedroom, Newman tu...

The Varsity Basketball team huddles around Coach Johnson during a timeout. The coaching staff hopes that careful planning will improve their chances in upcoming games.

Hall Basketball faces rematch with Perennial Powerhouse

March 8, 2017

Basketball is ramping up for its first-round game of the CIF Division 4 State Tournament against Half Moon Bay High School this Wednesday. The Knights have qualified for the state t...

Achilles Arnold '17 delivers a pitch during Friday night's game versus Sonoma Academy. Arnold pitched four innings and received the win with seven strikeouts and only two earned runs.

Knights roll to 19-7 victory over Sonoma Academy

March 4, 2017

The Knights baseball team made the best out of its two-hour trek to Santa Rosa last night with a 19-7 win against Sonoma Academy in the Knights’ quest to defend their 7th straight B...

A call for accessible options

By Editorial Staff, The Roundtable

March 2, 2017

Convent and Stuart Hall High Schools have grown closer over the past few years, offering more coed classes as well as some coed sports. Yet, with the cohesion between both student bodies, the same opportunities are not open to both Convent and Stuart Hall students. The Broadway Campus has food available for students through the Epicurean service at all times during the school day. From breakfa...

Miles Amos ’19 attempts a free throw late in the game. The Knights lost, but have earned a berth in the CIF State Championship.

Emotions run high as Knights suffer NCS elimination

March 2, 2017

The Knights were eliminated from the North Coast Section tournament with their 64-40 semifinal loss to St. Joseph Notre Dame tonight. Stuart Hall won the tip, starting the game w...