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School embarks on 2-year process to implement International Baccalaureate program

School embarks on 2-year process to implement International Baccalaureate program

Alyssa Alvarez, Sports Editor

October 31, 2014

If both Convent and Stuart Hall High Schools successfully complete a two-year review and evaluation process, current freshmen and sophomores will have the opportunity to engage in International Baccalaureate courses, beginning in Fall 2016. The IB Diploma Programme is an academically challenging and balanced...

Network celebrates end of centenary year honoring Janet Stuart

Convent Elementary and Stuart Hall School for Boys students explain the significance of the stepping stone they created on behalf of Schools of the Sacred Heart, San Francisco for the Centenary of Janet Erskin Stuart as part of a telecast for Sacred Heart schools in the United States on Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014. The students' remarks were part of a video that included all Network schools.

October 22, 2014

Isabel Elgin, Sienna Ryan & Alayna Wong Reporters Convent and Stuart Hall High Schools gathered in Syufy Theatre yesterday to celebrate the end of the centenary year honoring Janet Erskine Stuart, RSCJ. The ceremony was live streamed to Sacred Heart schools across the nation from Stuart Country ...

Sacred Heart community celebrates Mater

Freshmen Asha Khanna and Lily Niehaus open yesterday's prayer service for the Feast of Mater Admirabilis with the Call to Prayer. The statue is a likeness of the fresco in Rome, painted in 1844 by Pauline Perdrau.

Grace Ainslie and Claire Kosewic

October 20, 2014

Grace Ainslie & Claire Kosewic Reporters Students and the special women in their lives gathered in the Flood Mansion yesterday to celebrate the feast of Mater Admirabilis, with the Freshman Class hosting a chapel service and brunch focusing on mother-daughter relationships. “It's a good bondin...

Fire causes Broadway evacuation

Fire trucks respond to a pulled fire alarm in the Siboni building after witnesses smelled and saw smoke this evening. The electrical fire caused minimal damage and school will take place as scheduled tomorrow.

September 23, 2014

Madison Riehle Editor-in-Chief An electrical fire caused in an evacuation of the Broadway campus this evening interrupting and cutting short several after school programs. Fire trucks responded to a pulled fire alarm around 5:40 p.m. when multiple witnesses smelled and saw smoke on the lower floors of the Siboni Arts & Science Center. “When we got here the...

Students re-create Flappy Bird in programming workshop

iOS developer Benjamin Encz explains the process for creating a code for an iPhone game.

Kendra Harvey and Kristina Cary

April 9, 2014

Students sat behind their desktop computers and laptops yesterday, copying sections of multicolored code into their on-screen programs, and with a single click of their mouse, they watched as a little yellow bird on a simulated iPhone in the right-hand corner of their screen took flight. Students create...

Alumnae get work experience before entering ‘real world’

Alumnae get work experience before entering ‘real world’

February 14, 2014

Ashley Latham Senior Reporter After arriving at her internship at Above Average Productions, Elena Dudum (’11) checks the schedule to see which celebrities are appearing on the show, runs around New York City looking for costumes and props, then reads and edits scripts before sitting in on a filming of ...

Sophomores travel to Costa Rica

Sophomores travel to Costa Rica

Kendra Harvey, Managing Editor

February 13, 2014

Kendra Harvey Reporter One hundred and four sophomores from Convent and Stuart Hall spent eight days in Dominical, Costa Rica for a cultural immersion trip, that included horseback riding, zip lining, white water rafting and providing community service. “The adventure that all the students and...

AP Computer Science offers young women the chance to learn code, enter the under-represented computer programming field

Alice Jones/The Broadview Java Juniors  Amanda Mah, Franny Eklund, Christina Berardi, Aoife Devereux and Zoe Baker (right to left)  work with computer programming teacher Doug Grant during class. The students are currently working on a banking program to track withdrawls balances and reports. ALICE JONES/The Broadview

December 16, 2013

Alice Jones Managing Editor Last week’s national Computer Science Week organizers challenged U.S. schools to introduce computer programming by prompting students to each write an hour of code, yet Convent students had already written thousands of hours of code because the school has requir...

Joyful Noise and Choir come together for Winter Concert

Phoebe Flynn sings a solo at the Winter Concert last night in the Chapel.

Kendra Harvey and Daniella Lucio

December 12, 2013

Daniella Lucio and Kendra Harvey Reporters Joyful Noise and the school’s Choir put on an intimate, lighthearted performance of religious and secular Christmas carols in the partially filled Chapel for the annual Winter Concert last night. “About three years ago we separated the instrumental and vocal c...

Students misinterpret change in policy

Students misinterpret change in policy

November 7, 2013

STAFF EDITORIAL A misinterpreted policy change implemented at the Schools is causing an uproar of criticism of the administration, with accusations of students being banned from organizing school events to benefit charities. The reality is students may still raise funds, but the process of vetting...

It’s hard to say goodbye

October 18, 2013

We hadn’t even started to say goodbye and I was already in tears. “It’s not like I’m dying,” my brother Danny said. “I’m always a phone call away.” We were standing at our rental car at the base of Notre Dame Stadium in South Bend, Ind. After three days of orientation and preparing t...

Teachers learn to balance time with their children and profession

Madeleine Ainslie/The Broadview Rachel McIntire chats with fellow new mother Rebecca Munda during her visit to school with her daughter last week. Baby Isla’s first visit to school attracted a slew of potential sitters.

October 10, 2013

Ashley Latham & Camilla Bykhovsky Ten babies have been born to faculty members over the last three years, and two more on the way. Among the chaos of raising a young child, parents of infants and toddlers must find time to grade papers and write lessons while also caring for their young children. Some teachers are finding they must sacrifice personal time to meet the demands...

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