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Junior Sofia Karti works on classwork on the app Notability. Students were administered iPads with predownloaded apps for note-taking.

Technology helps students note taking

IPads distributed for the new school year
Paige Retajczyk, Sports Editor October 4, 2021

Starting this year, Convent & Stuart Hall students carry school-issued iPads and the Logitech Crayon in addition to any devices they bring in themselves.    Though most students already...

To form a relationship with your sibling, steps like sharing contact information can help you connect.

Seniors and freshmen connect through tradition

Pairing system strives to help freshmen integrate into community
Nina Gutierrez, Senior Reporter October 26, 2020

As freshmen navigate Zoom rather than hallways, Student Council has organized the Senior Sibling program to establish a connection between ninth and 12th graders. “We think this tradition is valuable...

The global politics class finishes their last class of the second session. The class will reconvene next year in January.

Second session concludes

Classes end after a four week long period.
Paige Retajczyk, Senior Reporter October 16, 2020

WEB EXCLUSIVE With the end of the second session on Oct. 15 and continued distance learning, students’ attitudes are less than enthusiastic about the schedule structure.  “Towards the end of the...

Customized fitness videos encourage athleticism

Customized fitness videos encourage athleticism

Tala El Qadah, Reporter March 31, 2020

WEB EXCLUSIVE While the shelter-in-place order in response to the spread of COVID-19 has caused gyms to close and sports to be canceled, athletic trainer Barclay Spring is making daily workout videos for...

Sophomores ‘speak’ into their banana ‘phones’ as part of a prank on History teacher Michael Stafford organized by English teacher Angelica Allen. The students obtained their bananas before class began to be prepared for the prank.

An a-peel-ing last class

Tabitha Parent, Reporter May 23, 2019

WEB EXCLUSIVE Sophomores in Modern World History: Responses to Oppression took part in an in-class prank on History teacher Michael Stafford. “I started off pretty confused,” Stafford said. “When...

Sophomore Amy Phipps reads the TED Speaker Guide in order to structure her speech. The class will present their talks next Wednesday during the final period.

Ethics and Morality students craft TED talks

Charlotte Ehrlich, Reporter May 22, 2019

WEB EXCLUSIVE Sophomores in Ethics and Morality created five minute TED talks pertaining to ethical issues of their choosing. The talks are based on a month-long discussion on moral issues including...

Junior Zoe Hinks and Michelle Wang measure the dimensions of a dollhouse they are creating for their International Baccalaureate Creativity, Activity and Service Project. They have been working on the project since February in the Herbst House wood shop.

Robotics club members build a dollhouse

Audrey Pinard, Reporter May 21, 2019

WEB EXCLUSIVE Two Robotics Club members are constructing a dollhouse in the Herbst House woodworking area for their International Baccalaureate Creativity, Activity and Service Project. “We do not...

Freshman Amelia Abernethy and Madeline Thiara stretch and use the muscle roller stick before practice on Tuesday. Yesterday runners had twin day to celebrate track and field’s spirit week.

Track and field runners break personal, school records

Audrey Pinard, Reporter May 1, 2019

WEB EXCLUSIVE Track and field distance runners broke personal and school records during their third BCL West meet at Kezar Stadium in preparation for the Bay Area Conference this Friday. “I love...

Guest Speaker David Nyquist announces the Convent High School Poetry competition winner, Celeste Roam. Winners were told to stand so they could be recognized by their peers.

Annual festival celebrates student poetry

Olivia Rounsaville, Reporter April 29, 2019

WEB EXCLUSIVE Students read original works and the English department announced winners of the annual poetry competition at the  Poetry Festival in the Syufy Theatre on April 30 celebrating National Poetry...

Freshman Finley Simon looks up at the biodegradable sign with a fish stuck in a bottle on Broadway and Fillmore Streets. PATHWATER campaign distributed five thousand of these signs throughout San Francisco, Venice Beach, and Santa Monica to raise awareness about the amount of plastic in the ocean.

Biodegradable signs created, hung for Earth Day

Madeline Thiara, Reporter April 27, 2019

WEB EXCLUSIVE Biodegradable signs illustrated with fish stuck in single-use plastic bottles are hanging in front of the Flood Mansion and on the corner of Broadway and Fillmore Streets in celebration of...

Freshman Shelby Low hands out a lunch to someone living on the streets of the Pol Gulch district in San Francisco. The freshman class made and passed out lunches for their Freshmen Signature Service Project.

Freshmen plan service project, involve class in volunteering

Madeline Thiara and Olivia Rounsaville April 12, 2019

WEB EXCLUSIVE Freshmen gathered in the Columbus Room at Stuart Hall for their Freshmen Signature Service Project. Service Learning Director Ray O’Connor assigned Students in Action members from...

Author Chris Riley responds to a question during the discussion session with interviewers senior Harris Rutherford and sophomore Audrey Pinard. Riley visited campus today to give a presentation to students about his book “After the Mass-Age.”

Visiting author gives presentation, participates in discussion

Madeline Thiara, Reporter April 8, 2019

WEB EXCLUSIVE Students gathered in Syufy Theatre at the end of the school day to hear author Chris Riley speak about his book “After the Mass-Age.” After the presentation, senior Harris Rutherford...

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