The Broadview

Sophomores prepare for Costa Rica trip

President Ann Marie Krejcarek introduces some of the chaperons of the annual sophomore Costa Rica trip on Jan. 7 in the Syufy Theatre. Sophomores met their travel groups and turned in their passports at the parent and student meeting.

Darcy Jubb, Reporter

January 9, 2020

Aside from the action activities that include river rafting, sophomores will have time to socialize with their classmates playing card games and billiards, listen to live music by local artists, and lounge at the hotel pool. 

Parent Teacher Conferences invite conversations

Sophomore Carlota Rubio, her sister and parents meet with her advisor Pascal Parra during Parent Teacher Conferences. Advisors met with their advisees throughout the day to discuss the third quarter.

Claire Devereux, Reporter

March 24, 2016

Cancelled classes gave time today for the semi-annual Parent Teacher Conferences held throughout the school. Meetings gave students an opportunity to meet in their PAWS advisor's classroom to discuss last quarter's progress and goals for the rest of the year. “Really it is for students to reflect...

Sophs leave for Costa Rica Saturday night.

Sophs leave for Costa Rica Saturday night.

Claire Devereux, Reporter

January 15, 2016

Convent & Stuart Hall sophomores are headed to Costa Rica late tomorrow night on a cultural immersion trip that includes community service, horseback riding, white river rafting and ziplining. “I’m looking forward to all the activities like ziplining and stuff that I wouldn't usually do,” sophomor...

Food, sundries can be delivered almost anywhere

Food, sundries can be delivered almost anywhere

Grace Ainslie, Senior Reporter

November 9, 2015

Smartphone and mobile device food delivery apps are revolutionizing the food industry by making it unnecessary for diners to leave the house and still get a restaurant cooked meal, even from restaurants who do not have delivery services. “It’s convenient, and it doesn’t take too long,” sophomo...

Freshman Class bracelet and bake sale raises money for girls in Uganda

Freshmen Izzy Gutierrez, Grace Boudreau, and Cece Giarman help sell bracelets during the freshman class’s fundraising effort to raise support and money towards tuition for girls in the St. Charles Lwanga Girls Training Center Kalunga in Uganda.

Kristina Cary, Managing Editor

October 22, 2015

Bags of bright red bracelets and containers of sugary treats rested on the bottom steps of the Marble Staircase as freshmen called out to students to come view and purchase the merchandise they had for sale. The freshmen, who sold the goods to raise tuition money for the St. Charles Lwanga Girls...

Program turns students into employees

Senior Claire Flaherty sets up a Connect 4 game with Convent Elementary students in the Ellen Hoffman, RSCJ Learning Center as part of her job in the After School Program, where high school students get real work experience.

Catherine Dana, Senior Reporter

October 5, 2015

After eight hours of school, a few students report to their part-time jobs in the cafeteria to set up snacks for elementary students, provide support with homework and help with pickup when the grade school parents arrive. The students are given many of the same responsibilities as the hired adults...

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