The Broadview

Fitbit fuels competition

Grace Ainslie, Senior Reporter

May 18, 2016

Faculty members from each of the four schools and Central Services are competing with each other throughout the month of May as part of a Fitbit Challenge through the Wellness Program, designed to encourage faculty members’ healthy habits. Participants received Fitbits, a device which counts how ma...

Local muralist visits and shares inspiration

Students examine drafts of Bryana Fleming's murals as she speaks about her process for creating art.

Catherine Dana, Senior Reporter

October 20, 2015

Local artist, whose murals are featured around the city, visited today and gave aspiring high school artists the chance to ask questions and speak about their interests. Painter and muralist Bryana Fleming grew up in San Francisco and has had a passion for painting since a young age. She has created ...

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...

Coed elective course has students creating real-world structures for clients

Senior Allie De Anda helps sophomore Declan Ebeling design a parklet for a North Beach restaurant. The architecture students are partnering with Modus, an urban planning firm.

March 28, 2013

Tatiana Gutierrez Senior Reporter Coed groups in the Arts and Architecture elective have moved on from designing projects for imaginary clients to proposing a parklet for a North Beach restaurant. The elective partnered with Modus, a land acquisition, urban planning and architecture firm, to create a mini park in front of t...

Enrichment trips to depart for Venice, NYC to study art, mathematics

February 15, 2013

Alice Jones Food Columnist Over the next six weeks students and teacher chaperones will be traveling as far east as Venice, Italy for enrichment trips that plan to take learning to the streets. The 26 girls venturing across the Atlantic Ocean to Venice are arriving today and staying until Fe...

Annual 4-school art show held in Main Hall

May 24, 2011

Rebecca Lee Reporter The Main Hall was crowded with gray display panels and white blocks, exhibiting papier-mâché masks, oil pastel paintings, sculptures of goddesses and other colorful art pieces for the annual Four School Art Show May 9–20. “My concentration is about society affectin...

Graffiti’s popularity grows as art form

Vibrant graffiti art covers walls in Clarion Alley in the Mission District. Artists create pieces that reflect the cultural diversity of the neighborhood.

October 30, 2009

Isabelle Pinard Reporter Empty metal cans lie on the damp gravel sidewalk with the lingering smell of spray paint in the air, and a trail of large blocked lettering and mural illustrations dance along the sides of grimy buildings. Many areas in San Francisco, like the Mission, are getting makeovers by commi...

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