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The goals of TIC include being well versed in the stock market, gaining investment strategies, understanding financial literacy, and learning to manage money.

Investing in financial literacy

Sophomores start investment club following Reddit stock market events
Amelia Froyd-Kamrath, Reporter February 24, 2021

WEB EXCLUSIVE Following the Reddit controversy that caused the roller coaster rise and fall of GameStop stock, two sophomores have started The Investment Club.  “I hope that when people think of...

Sophomore Josie Flanagan places chocolate-covered cookies on a cooking sheet. Students were encouraged to submit photos of their “most scrumdiddlyumptious” holiday-themed baked-goods as part of the holiday spirit contest.

Student Council launches holiday social media contest

Photo and video submissions will earn classes points towards year-end reward
Makenna Kramer, Reporter December 15, 2020

WEB EXCLUSIVE Student Council is running a holiday-themed TikTok and photo contest of baked goods, ugly sweaters, and family pets in festive attire, with extra class points awarded for individuals who...

Sophomore Azadeh Reiskin often skates in Forest Hill after school to get some fresh air and exercise. Some skaters gravitate towards skate parks, but for many of them, skating in residential areas also proves to be more appealing and lowkey.

Skateboarding popularity resurges in San Francisco

Trendy skating culture becomes increasingly prevalent
Clara Bonomi, Reporter October 26, 2020

With trend-setting fashion, a tight-knit community and a unique demographic, skateboarding has become a staple on San Francisco’s streets.  The sport has recently become a trend among social media...

Spirit leaders, senior Kati Walter and junior Zeke Noveshen, host school wide Kahoot during spirit assembly. The leaders announced class colors and changed their Zoom background to reflect their grade’s color.

New spirit committee leads school assembly

Classes will compete for spirit points
Adele Fratesi, Senior Reporter October 16, 2020

WEB EXCLUSIVE Spirit leaders, introduced the new spirit program for the 2020-2021 school year at an all school assembly. This will include a spirit committee comprised of students from all grades. “We...

Senior Halsey Williamson auditions for the fall play remotely through Zoom. Students auditioning were asked to prepare a monologue to perform to the directors.

Students audition for fall play, find community through theater

Students participate in online auditions after school
Darcy Jubb, Senior Reporter August 27, 2020

WEB EXCLUSIVE The second round of auditions for Convent & Stuart Hall’s environmentally-themed Fall Play took place today over Zoom, providing students a chance to express their creativity through...

Senior Grace O'Reilly and Community Life Chair Paul Pryor Lorentz lead The Luzuriaga Foundation club. Students attended an introductory Zoom call that overviewed responsibilities of members and the goal of the club.

Cubs initiate online clubs

Students begin clubs remotely during lunch period
Nina Gutierrez, Senior Reporter August 26, 2020

  WEB EXCLUSIVE As students continue to learn over Zoom, recent club offerings give students the opportunity to build community based on shared interests and curiosities.  Clubs meet during...

Religion, Theology & Spirituality teacher Bryan Lorentz plays a melody on his guitar while waiting for the chapel to begin. The community attended chapel on a Webinar via Zoom where students participated using the “chat” or “raise hand” functions.

Students attend first chapel of the year

Community participates in spiritual introduction to the school year
Elise Vulakh, Senior reporter August 21, 2020

WEB EXCLUSIVE Students gathered virtually for Convent and Stuart Hall’s first Chapel of the year. The gathering was focused on celebrating life, students virtually connecting in the midst of a global...

Students express their gratitude using the chat function on Zoom while staff member Jordan Lewis says farewell to the gathered community for the last time. Various images of flowers filled the virtual zoom backgrounds to represent the flower crowns worn in past years.

Students, faculty gather for 133rd annual Prize Day

Mackenna Moslander, Senior Reporter June 3, 2020

As the school year comes to an end, freshmen, sophomores, juniors and faculty gather over zoom for a final all school assembly to celebrate Prize Day. At the beginning of the ceremony, the class chairs...

Senior Colette Hom expresses her gratitude for one of her teachers in a short video, which is compiled with all the other gratitudes and intentions from other students and faculty. Gratitudes normally take place at the end of chapel or assembly on Fridays on campus

Gratitudes expressed virtually

Community members submit videos acknowledging others
Madeline Thiara, Components Editor May 2, 2020

WEB EXCLUSIVE With campus closed and classes moved to remote learning, students and faculty are submitting short videos to show gratitude toward a member of the community. These replace the normal gratitudes...

Sophomore Madeline Thiara writes a reflection about personal and community values. Students were organized into small groups to share what they wrote.

Students set personal goals during meetings

Nina Gutierrez, Reporter March 7, 2020

WEB EXCLUSIVE After a brief assembly in the chapel to celebrate the upcoming International Women’s Day, students gathered by grade during class meeting time for a Lenten reflection on Friday. The...

Junior girls gather in the Center before their class meeting in the Williams Library to discuss their concerns about perceived racism and sexual misconduct. The meeting lasted 70 minutes and students were excused from their A Period class attend.

Students use dress code to protest racism, sexual misconduct

Gabrielle Guido, Senior Reporter March 2, 2020

Girls from all grades wore yoga pants, ripped jeans and T-shirts to bring attention to community issues that many members of the student body said need to be addressed by the school administration on Monday. Following...

Special Olympics athletes play basketball amongst student volunteers. Sports seasons change year round and include more than 30 options such as swimming, basketball and skiing.

Volunteers help disabled athletes

Service organization provides athletic training, competition
Adele Fratesi, Reporter February 14, 2020

Although the world-wide games only take place every two years, the Special Olympics have ongoing events in the Bay Area yearound.  “The organization creates an opportunity for people that otherwise...

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