The Broadview

Soccer fans to receive free scarves at Thursday’s game

Fans who attend the varsity soccer game on Thursday, Jan. 16 will receive free rally scarves. The scarves read

Nina Gutierrez, Reporter

January 15, 2020

The first 200 attendees who come to support Convent's varsity soccer game Thursday Jan. 16 will receive a rally scarf. Convent will be playing Drew School on Field #1 at Beach Chalet at 4 p.m. “The athletic department has tried to start each season having a game to celebrate the fans coming and s...

Youth Strike

Juniors Jacqueline Guevara and Sofia Jorgenson hold up protest signs and chant during the
San Francisco Youth Global Climate Strike on Oct. 3, 2019. Approximately 31 Convent & Stuart Hall students joined the school strike to march.

Madeline Thiara and Adele Fratesi

October 3, 2019

Bay Area youth gathered at the San Francisco Federal Building for the Global Climate Strike on Sept. 20 to raise awareness about climate issues and to demand a safe, healthy and just planet. Thirty-five Convent and 13 Stuart Hall students signed out to attend the strike, according to the schools’...

Seniors attend college workshop

Senior Collette Hom reviews her Common Application Essay with a college admissions representative. The Common Application is accepted by more than 800 universities.

Adele Bonomi, Sports Editor

August 17, 2019

WEB EXCLUSIVE All seniors met with college admissions representatives to work on their Common Application Essay and get a head start on any other supplements required in the college application process. “It was very helpful to have these representatives because we got to learn about the admissi...

Community engages in Reconciliation service

Juniors Peyton House and Annabelle Applegarth write letters to someone they  appreciate during Reconciliation service. The service took place in the Little Theater during Collab.

Amy Phipps, Reporter

April 9, 2019

WEB EXCLUSIVE Students gathered for Reconciliation service in the Little Theater during Collab today. “I think what’s important about Reconciliation is that it is about forgiveness, and that often gets lost,” Egan said. “One of the most challenging acts of kindness that you can give to y...

Freshmen study world religions

Freshmen Jennifer Surjadi reflects on what she found most interesting about Confucianism and Taoism in class today. The period often ends with reflection in order for students to show off what they learned during the class.

Olivia Rounsaville, Reporter

January 31, 2019

WEB EXCLUSIVE Freshmen began a unit on Confucianism and Taoism this week in their World Religions class. They have also been studying Buddhism, Sikhism and Hinduism this semester. “I think that in a world that is diverse and where people’s religions are huge parts of their identity, knowing a...

All politics are local

Miller Hall looks over fellow Legislative Aide Wyatt Donnelly-Lan Holt's shoulder at an email from Supervisor Stefani in their office at City Hall. Miller Hall's daily duties as a Legislative Aide include responding to emails and phone calls, working on projects within the district and managing all operations on Supervisor Stefani's schedule

Caroline Thompson, Senior Reporter

December 18, 2018

When Ellie Miller Hall, ’07 left Convent High School 11 years ago for college on the East Coast, she had no idea she would one day return to her hometown of San Francisco to help build the future of the City. Miller Hall has been working as a legislative aide for District 2 supervisor Catherine...

Juniors discuss race and its impact within community

Junior Maxi Tellini, Ethics Teacher Michael Campos and People of Color Student Union advisor Allyson Maebert listen to junior Ryann Minnis during a Collab meeting. Students had previously expressed interest in making a safe coed space to discuss  race and ethnicity.

Caroline Thompson, Senior Reporter

November 27, 2018

WEB EXCLUSIVE Ten Convent & Stuart Hall juniors met during Collab today to discuss race and white privilege with ethics teacher Michael Campos and People of Color Student Union advisor Allyson Maebert. The discussion, open to all juniors in Campos’ ethics class, focused on an assembly put o...

Winter sports commence

The soccer team huddles before a game last year. The season has been moved from spring to winter.

Madeline Thiara, Reporter

October 30, 2018

WEB EXCLUSIVE While fall sports volleyball and cross-country continue into championships, athletes began winter sports season yesterday with tryouts and preseason for soccer, basketball and wrestling. “Soccer has been the most popular winter sport in past years,” Athletics Director Elena DeSantis sa...

Día de los Muertos chapel honors loved ones

Students and faculty sing songs and share names of loved ones in honor of Día de los Muertos. The holiday is celebrated from Oct. 31 to Nov. 2.

Amy Phipps, Reporter

October 29, 2018

WEB EXCLUSIVE Students gathered in the Chapel today to celebrate the Mexican holiday — Día de los Muertos —  and to honor dead family members and loved ones. “It is a rich tradition, not only in Mexico, but in the United States and Latin America,” theology teacher Bryan Lorentz said. “T...

Leading by example

Varsity tennis coach Erin Minuth '11 chats with freshmen Elise Vulakh during a match against Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory. This is Minuth's first year as coach, and the team has a 5-0 record.

Jordan Russell, Sports Editor

September 27, 2018

Varsity tennis walked onto the courts this season with a new head coach who is both an alumna and a former Convent tennis player. “Tennis is my family’s sport so I’ve played since I was three,” Erin Minuth ’11 said. “I took lessons in elementary, middle and high school. Once I got ol...

Girls lacrosse team plays first game

The lacrosse team huddled up before the first half of the game. Convent won against Bay High School with a final score of 11-9.

Sophia Aeby, Reporter

April 26, 2018

The newly formed Convent lacrosse team ended their first season with a scrimmage victory against Bay High School’s JV team. The lacrosse team was added as a spring sport this year and will become a varsity team next year. “We practice two days a week and people have been pretty consistent showing up,”...

Presentation on climate change

George Gigounas answers questions from students at the end of the presentation. Students can get involved in climate change by looking at the UNFCCC website or joining the Environmental Awareness Club.

Caroline Thompson, Reporter

April 23, 2018

WEB EXCLUSIVE George Gigounas, a representative from the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change gave a presentation about climate change in Syufy Theatre this morning in honor of Earth Day. Adopted by most of the world in 1992, the UNFCCC aims to manage the levels of greenhouse gases i...

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