The Broadview

Growing up

Sophomores Nina Sanchez and David Louie-Grover walk into the Flood Mansion, passing a notice of the upcoming public hearing on the school's application to increase student enrollment. The hearing was originally scheduled for Jan. 24 but has been postponed until April.

Gabriella Vulakh, Web Editor

February 14, 2019

Convent & Stuart Hall is seeking approval from the City of San Francisco to change the Broadway Campus’ conditional use permit to increase enrolment by 200 students. “Over the next few years we will look at our K to 12 program to see where it makes most sense to implement these additional...

Elementary schools begins

Mother takes a photo of her daughter on the first day of school. Grades K to 12 began school today at 8 am.

Cassie Eskicioglu, Senior Reporter

August 28, 2018

WEB EXCLUSIVE Convent Elementary & Stuart Hall for Boys students returned to classes today, joining Convent & Stuart Hall High School students on the Broadway campus. “I love having the elementary back,” senior Poppy Cohen said. “If I’m stressed, seeing them smiling and happy always...

High school and elementary students pair in robotics project

Robotics teacher Chris Person-Rennell helps fourth grade students to assemble parts of their simple circuits. Freshmen and sophomores were also in the classroom to assist the elementary students.

Caroline Thompson, Reporter

January 11, 2018

WEB EXCLUSIVE Underclassmen taking the robotics elective spent their last class periods helping fourth graders from Convent Elementary build simple circuits in the Sparks Studio. “Helping the fourth-grade girls has been really fun,” sophomore Arlena Jackson said. “It’s nice to help other pe...

Learning through a new lens

Junior Hailey Long presents the retina of a cow eye to CES third grader.

India Thieriot, Assistant Copy Editor

October 7, 2015

CES third graders put on their goggles and gowns as they prepared to cut away at a giant, slippery retina and iris. “It’s gross but at least I finally get to dissect something,” Taylor Jones said. The little girls annually partner with physiology students to dissect cows’ eyes. “This...

Innovation grants awarded

Venture capitalist Sonja Perkins speaks to seventh and eighth graders about preparing the pitches they will deliver tomorrow to a panel of outside groups. The majority of applicants were seventh and eight graders from Convent Elementary School and Stuart Hall for Boys.

Asha Khanna, Senior Reporter

May 1, 2015

No high school students qualified as finalists of the newly-established Innovation Launch Grant Program, and elementary school students will be named tomorrow as the two winners. “I really had hoped for more high school applications,” President Ann Marie Krejcarek said. “I was disappointed...

Four School art show returns to Main Hall

Freshman Margaux Gaede checks out art by Convent seniors displayeed in the Four School art show. The annual show appears in the Main Hall for over a week. Anjali Shrestha | the broadview.

May 27, 2011

Rebecca Lee Reporter The Main Hall was crowded with gray display panels and white blocks, exhibiting paper-mâché masks, oil pastel paintings, sculptures of goddesses and other colorful art pieces for the annual Four School Art Show May 9–20. “My concentration is about soci- ety affecting childho...

Senior gives back to alma mater by coaching tennis

Anjali Shrestha | the broadview.  Delancie teaches Audrey Bjorklund how to properly hold and swing a racket at an after school tennis session. Bjorklund is one of 12 girls that she teaches after school tennis to.

April 8, 2011

Claire Fahy Asst. Sports Editor Varsity tennis veteran Sophie De Lancie has found a way to reconnect with her elementary school by coaching middle school girls. “She loves Convent, so working with younger Convent [Elementary] students is the perfect avenue for her to show her ent...

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