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The floats are currently being displayed in the Gallery at Broadway. The Macys Thanksgiving Day Float Parade, which the competition was based off of, began in 1924.

Parade floats on Broadway

Students create floats to showcase what they are grateful for
Charlotte Morris, Reporter November 18, 2022

Students split into their advisory groups to create Thanksgiving floats which were judged at chapel on Wednesday.  The Flotella challenge was a schoolwide competition presented by English teacher Julia...

The cast and crew of ‘Broadway on Broadway’ created a trailer to attract a wider audience, and can be found on @sacredsf on Instagram. The show featured songs like “You’ll Be Back” from Hamilton and “Do You Hear the People Sing” from Les Miserables.

‘Broadway on Broadway’ opens

6-12 musical theater performances commence
Amrita Rajpal, Reporter October 12, 2022

‘Broadway on Broadway’, a musical review featuring scenes from many popular Broadway shows, opened tonight. The performance is a grades 6–12 musical theater Cabaret directed by Theater Manager...

Loss motivates Knights for next season

Cece Giarman, Laura Mogannam, and March 23, 2018

WEB EXCLUSIVE After a game filled with cheers and nail-biting moments from a crowd of over 400 Convent & Stuart Hall community members, the Stuart Hall Knights lost the 2018 CIF State Boys Basketball...

Sophomore Isabelle Thiara braids junior Grace Boudreau’s hair adding red and blue ribbon, the team’s colors. The Syufy Theatre was filled with the Knight’s colors and spirit before the game, as almost all students have some sort of accent in their hair, on their face or around their body.

Community sets off in spirit for state game

Cece Giarman, Web Editor March 23, 2018

WEB EXCLUSIVE Filled with excitement and eagerness, Convent & Stuart Hall students boarded charter buses bound for Sacramento this morning to see the Stuart Hall Knights compete in the California...

Senior Jasper Conacher began working on Free in 2016 along with a small team of other Bay Area teens. The first print edition came out in January and the staff hopes to have another edition out before summer.

‘Free’ voices

Bay Area students spread expressive magazine across the nation.
Cece Giarman, Web Editor March 22, 2018

Along with her AP courses and three-hour dance classes, senior Jasper Conacher spends her time reaching out to artists, designing pages, posting on social media and managing shipment orders for the mini...

Lauren Barabee, Collette Hom and Caroline Thompson follow a guide as they make their way to the Hacienda Baru ziplines. Students rode on six zip lines, each ride lasting between 10 and 20 seconds.

Sophomores return from annual trip to Costa Rica

Arianna Nassiri, Reporter January 22, 2018

WEB EXCLUSIVE Sophomores arrived back to San Francisco this weekend and returned to a regular school schedule on Monday after a week in Costa Rica. “Although I loved the trip, I’m glad to be...

Students participate in annual writing competition

Gabriella Vulakh, Senior Reporter January 5, 2018

WEB EXCLUSIVE Students participated in the annual writing competition, formerly known Kate Chopin Writing Contest, on Wednesday and Thursday, using pen and paper to draft personal narratives and fictional...

Students rattled after nighttime earthquake

Students rattled after nighttime earthquake

Laura Mogannam, In-House Media Editor January 4, 2018

WEB EXCLUSIVE An earthquake with a magnitude 4.4 rocked the Bay Area early this morning at 2:41 a.m., making many students realize how unprepared they would be in time of a larger shake. “I heard...

Crowds gather outside the home of Tom Taylor and Jerry Goldstein to see the grand Christmas display and visit Santa Claus. The couple hires Santa each night from 6:30-10:00 p.m. throughout December 24 to hand out candy canes and take photos.

Ho, ho, home decor

SF homes attract crowds by going big on holiday decorations.
Jordan Russell, Senior Reporter December 18, 2017

Each year a handful of San Francisco residents go beyond the tree in the window or string of lights by assembling grand holiday displays consisting of everything from ornaments lining the walkways, to...

Spanish teacher Mary Bicanic leads the high school Spanish classes in singing El Burrito Sabanero  while juniors Darrean Loy, Kiki Apple and Delaney Tobin play the instruments. The majority of the high school students take Spanish as a foreign language class.

Community celebrates annual tradition

Sophia Aeby and Arianna Nassiri December 15, 2017

WEB EXCLUSIVE Convent & Stuart Hall celebrated the nearly century-old tradition Noëls in the Herbert Center with songs sung in four different languages — Latin, French, Spanish and Mandarin. Students,...

Sophomore Jade Despanie drives the lane against a Lincoln High School player. The Cubs played Branson High School the second day of the tournament.

School hosts first basketball tournament

Reigning league champions challenge Bay Area schools for charity.
Laura Mogannam, In-House Media Editor December 15, 2017

Convent High School hosted the 4th Annual Hoops vs. Cancer Classic basketball tournament for the first time this past weekend, inviting high school teams from across the Bay Area to play to raise money...

Breaking the ice

Breaking the ice

Figure skater competes in national, local ice shows.
Gabriella Vulakh, Senior Reporter December 15, 2017

While most of her classmates are still in bed sleeping, senior Gabby Tom rises at 5 a.m. in the East Bay and drives to San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Ice Skating Rink to practice her double jumps, camel...

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