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Walk for Uganda benefits Sacred Heart sister school

October 16, 2018

WEB EXCLUSIVE Approximately 70 elementary students and parents from Convent Elementary School and Stuart Hall for Boys participated in the annual Walk for Uganda at Crissy Field this Saturday. “Walk...

Tune in at home, on the go

Tune in at home, on the go
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September 30, 2018

During her 40-minute commute from San Anselmo to school, senior Rachel Cramer plugs in her headphones and listens to the investigative journalism podcast “Serial” to pass the time. “I love to...

Following in the footsteps of school’s founder

Following in the footsteps of school's founder
November 2, 2017

When St. Madeline Sophie Barat founded the Society of the Sacred Heart in 1801, she proclaimed her mission to teach young girls in a world where gender parity in education was non-existent. Her efforts...

Sacred Heart almuna speaks about importance of education in Uganda

Seniors Claire Kosewic and Asha Khanna speak with Betty Ogiel about her childhood in Uganda. Ogiel gifted the school a personalized plaque in the shape of Uganda as a symbol of gratitude.
October 23, 2017

WEB EXCLUSIVE As part of the tour for her book, “Against All Odds,” Betty Ogiel spoke during today’s chapel about her journey in receiving an education from Sacred Heart schools in Uganda, as well...

World Teachers’ Day prompts honor for faculty

English teacher Mark Botti spends World Teachers’ Day in the Center talking to freshman Isabella Parmenter. Botti stated that he finds time to teach students even when not in the classroom.
October 5, 2016

Gratitude was shared throughout the halls amongst some students and faculty about “World Teachers’ Day” in recognition for teachers all over the globe.   Some faculty celebrated the teacher...

Maasai warrior informs about different cultures

Gerard Sayilel Murero, a Maasai villager from Kenya presented on women's roles in Kenyan society.
December 12, 2015

Yesterday in the Syufy Theatre, Gerald Sayilel Murero, a Maasai warrior visited from southeastern Kenya to talk about a girl’s life in Kenya. “I think it’s really cool, especially because you...

Raising the bar on sports nutrition

Raising the bar on sports nutrition
The diets of teenage athletes are often lacking the foods they need to succeed.
November 5, 2015

Coaches often say that there’s more to succeeding in sports than the hours spent in practice and competition, but teenage athletes commonly overlook what “being healthy” means or how their lifestyle...

Girls worldwide need access to education

Although girls in developing countries may attend some elementary school, fewer than 17 percent of girls in Uganda attend
high school due to their families’ inability to pay school fees or due to gender stereotyping.
Girls and young women in developing countries often face obstacles in attending school.
October 1, 2015

Although the stress of schoolwork can seem unbearable to American high school students, girls in developing nations in many African and Middle Eastern countries are being abused or even shot for simply...

Students with learning differences are not alone in their struggle

Mikayla Wilton | the broadview
September 23, 2010

Emily Bloch Reporter Failure. Embarrassment. Weak. Stupid. Children with diagnosed learning differences often identify with these terms — however untrue — believing their different learning...

students with learning differences are not alone in their struggles

students with learning differences are not alone in their struggles
September 23, 2010

Emily Bloch Reporter Failure. Embarrassment. Weak. Stupid. Children with diagnosed learning differences often identify with these terms — however untrue — believing their different learning...

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...

UC and CSU in fiscal crisis

October 30, 2009

Meghan Helms Asst. A&E Editor The state’s current financial crisis is increasing tuition while cutting admission and course options in California’s public colleges and universities, making...

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