The Broadview

IF, THEN Computer science teacher Doug Grant shows the senior IB Computer Science class how to write
recursive code in Java. The school recently awarded Grant the Niehaus Family Presidents Excellence
Award and honored him as the namesake for an endowed Chair of Computer Science.

More than code

Long-time teacher honored for innovation, excellence
Gray Timberlake and Mason Cooney February 14, 2019

After 50 years of teaching computer science and mathematics as well as leading Convent as head of school, Convent & Stuart Hall awarded Doug Grant the Niehaus Family President’s Excellence Award...

Sophomores Natalie Barnes, Abby Anderson, Sofia Pirri and Cece Giarmin en a four-way houseparty and wait for others to join. The social networking app, which allows up to eight users to video chat at once while waving at others, premiered in August 2016.

App-pealing trends

Mobile applications make mark on communities, then fade with the next fad.
India Theriot, News Editor March 9, 2017

After watching her older cousin attentively navigate a multi-colored ball through different obstacles on his phone while they sat in the back seat during a road trip, freshman Caroline Thompson decided...

Athletes from various sports teams speak to prospective families at an open house panel. The school hosted approximately 150 families at the event.

Open house brings prospective families to campus

Emily Kanellos and Elizabeth Worthington November 3, 2016

Seventh and eighth graders visited the Broadway campus tonight for this fall's last Open House for prospective students and their parents. Admissions Director Allyson Maebert organized the event that...

Ryan Lochte protesters: effective or harmful?

Ryan Lochte protesters: effective or harmful?

Asha Khanna, Copy Editor September 13, 2016

Two protesters reportedly jumped on to the stage during Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte’s first performance on Dancing with the Stars, although the altercation was never aired. Lochte is facing a 10 month...

Second annual co-ed class retreat to be held tomorrow

India Thieriot, News Editor August 31, 2016

Convent and Stuart Hall seniors will take a break from their regular academic schedules to participate in community building exercises tomorrow during the second annual co-ed senior retreat. The Class...

Volleyball and cross-country teams get a head start on tryouts, training

Volleyball and cross-country teams get a head start on tryouts, training

Fall sports teams get the ball rolling.
Alyssa Alvarez, Sports Editor August 20, 2016

In anticipation for a game today and upcoming meets, volleyball and cross-country teams started racing through the city and spiking down on the hardwood during the early summer. Cross-country began...

Student council election rules updated

Student council election rules updated

Councils will have only four members to ensure all officers effectively contribute to group.
Claire Kosewic, Senior Reporter May 17, 2016

Posters advertising candidates plaster bathroom stall doors, hallway walls and stairways during class elections season, but unlike previous years, none of them promoted students for the roles of secretary,...

Former and current AP students give five study tips

Former and current AP students give five study tips

Lisabelle Panossian, Web & Social Media Editor May 2, 2016

Advanced Placement students will take their exams this and next week and may be asking the same question when it comes to studying: “Where do I even start?” Over four million high school students...

Student Council Body candidates wait their turn for speeches while seated at the front row of Syufy Theatre in dress uniform. Results were announced today at 3:33 p.m.

Next year’s Student Body Council elected

Liana Lum, Editor-in-Chief April 25, 2016

Standing center stage behind the podium of Syufy Theatre, Student Body Council candidates gave speeches and showed promotional videos during this morning’s assembly, sharing their qualifications for...

Four grades, four retreats: Participants give insights on annual experience

Four grades, four retreats: Participants give insights on annual experience

Asha Khanna, Senior Reporter March 21, 2016

With the third quarter coming to a close, each grade took part in the annual spring class retreats Thursday, Friday or Saturday last week, but they were structured differently this year. Juniors were...

Five girls beat their personal bests. Junior Ana Cahuas receives the baton from senior Mae Singer while racing in the rain.

Setting the pace: Athletes break personal records

Multiple athletes break personal records.
Grace Ainslie , Senior Reporter March 15, 2016

Track and field athletes set 29 personal records at the Sunset Invitational, their first meet of the year, on March 5. “I didn’t really know that I cut off that much time,” sophomore Caroline O’Connell,...

Athletic Director Elena DeSantis discusses how captains of spring sports can strengthen their leadership skills. The counsel meets at various different times during the week including during lunch and late afternoons.

Team captains congregate in leadership learning

Alyssa Alvarez, Sports Editor March 2, 2016

Captains of Spring sports teams came together today to discuss leadership skills with the guidance of CHS Athletic Director Elena DeSantis. The Captain’s Counsel, a group comprised of captains of...

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