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Teen manners falter with texting

Teen manners falter with texting

November 10, 2011

Rebecca Lee Editor-in-Chief I hastily reached into my backpack for my Clipper Card as the 30 Stockton bus came to a halt in front of me. Without any hope of finding the card any time soon, I let an elderly woman get on the bus before me instead of making her wait. “You’ll get through life we...

Former dean, teacher ends 38-year career at CSH

Zoe Newcomb | the broadview.  Celine Curran sits at her desk surrounded by mementos and flowers sent to her for her birthday last weekend. Curran entered CSH as a student in 1969.

May 27, 2011

Sara Kloepfer & Zoë Newcomb Sitting in her office surrounded by walls plastered with photos, liturgy programs, Congé shirts and memorabilia from 38 years of working at Convent, Celine Curran leans back and looks around, smiling as she reminisces. “I was a part of almost all of these at...

Accreditation team visits CSH, 4-Schools

David Bush, a member of the Visiting Team from Western Association of Schools and Colleges/California Association of Independent Schools (WASC) participates in a discussion with students including senior Christina Perkins. The WASC visiting team plans to evaluate student responses to help with their assessment of the Four Schools.

February 16, 2011

Stephanie Gee Reporter The four-school community hosted a committee of educators this week to assess the school’s curriculum, goals and running of the school as part of the accreditation process by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. “Accreditation means that the Schools of the S...

Convent Elementary students cheer on JV basketball

January 20, 2011

Liz Smith and Claire Fahy Asst. Sports Editors JV basketball’s rival game against University inspired fandom in the second and third grade Convent Elementary School students last night, with the younger girls decorating lockers, sharing bags of candy and cheering during the game to show their su...

Service trip repairs Hurricane Katrina damage

Junior Dakota Chamberlin paints the side of a house damaged by Hurricane Katrina. Students scraped and caulked the house the day before in preparation for painting. Photo: Ray O'Connor

December 14, 2010

Rebecca Lee Reporter Three students spent their Thanksgiving Break repairing hurricane-damaged homes in New Orleans with seven Stuart Hall High School students. “We split up the first day and worked together for the second and third,” senior Pearl Plonsker, who worked with juniors Briana W...

Ethics day format changed

December 14, 2010

Claire Fahy Asst. Sports Editor The Junior Classes of CSH and SHHS came together Nov. 22 to reflect on how to understand oneself and one’s connections through the Internet after watching a showing of “The Social Network,” a movie about the founding of the social networking site Facebook. The 6-year-o...

Winter concert incorporates multiple music genres

Photo: Emma Herlihy

December 14, 2010

Emily Bloch Reporter The Four-School Orchestra and the SHHS/CSH Jazz Combo gave a winter concert last Thursday incorporating a Christmas Sing-A-Long and the girls elementary school’s ensemble. The two instrumental groups performed together to avoid extracurricular conflicts, including sports. ...

Altered semester testing plans effect Christmas spirit

December 14, 2010

Ava Martinez Reporter Walking into the Main Hall to admire the Christmas decorations and hearing Christmas music drifting throughout the building is the highlight of the year for many students. However, this year students may be too busy or under too much stress to notice the decorations. The week befo...

Yearbook plans to operate differently this year

Yearbook plans to operate differently this year

December 14, 2010

Aggie Kruse Reporter While students head to sports practice or relax in the Center on Monday and Wednesday afternoons, a dozen girls in Room 301 work to chronicle the year. It is the yearbook staff, and this year it aims to introduce a change to the school—the yearbook will be released before t...

Several classes to be coed next year

Many classes that are currently single-sex will have coed sections next year. CHS had a similar campus exchange program with the then all-boys St. Ignatius College Preparatory in the 1970s, however classes remained single-sex. Coed classes will be instructed by teachers from CSH and SHHS.

March 31, 2010

Zoe Newcomb News Editor A significant change will take place next year as students at CSH and SHHS begin to participate in a program that will combine select courses with low enrollment into coed classes. The program will endeavor to give students opportunities that they otherwise may not have...

Convent girl leaves her heart in the City

May 21, 2009

Rebecca Kelliher Editor-in-Chief I suppose, being a Convent girl, I haven’t had a “typical” high school experience. By most standards in America of what high school “should” be like, with jocks dating cheerleaders and nerds being ostracized. Convent seems a little out-of-place. Aside from the...

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