The Broadview

Seniors pose for portraits

Senior Caitie Rois Macken poses for her portrait. Photos were taken in the main hall on the Broadway campus for both Convent and Stuart Hall students.

Adele Fratesi, Reporter

December 5, 2019

Convent and Stuart Hall seniors posed for annual portraits which will be included in the joint yearbook distributed at the end of the year.  “Since these are senior portraits often there are specific things students are supposed to wear,” Sara C, assistant to the photographer, said. “We provide...

Scholars wear collars

Scholars wear collars

Gabriella Vulakh and Gray Timberlake

August 21, 2019

Students are now required to wear collared shirts as part of the new dress code, and they have the option to wear white or blue jeans in addition to the previously allowed neutral pant and knee-length shorts colors that include black, grey, khaki, navy and olive.  “The dress code changes every year based o...

Navy blue senior color reinstated

Seniors wearing navy blue sweaters line up in full dress uniform. Navy is always worn by seniors for full dress uniform, but after this year it will no longer be a dress code rule.

Caroline Thompson, Reporter

November 6, 2017

WEB EXCLUSIVE After decisions were made by the student support staff, Head of School Rachel Simpson announced this morning that the traditional senior navy blue will continue to be a part of the dress code until the end of the 2018 school year. “When Convent had a full uniform, navy blue became ...

Dress code enforcements made

Sophomore Estie Seligman works in the library while wearing full dress uniform. This version of the uniform includes a choice of black slacks or the appropriate skirt with black tights.

Gray Timberlake, Reporter

October 25, 2017

WEB EXCLUSIVE An email was sent out this morning explaining a new system in place to ensure that students wear dress code that is appropriately representative of the school community’s standards. Responding to the past dress code enforcement emails this school year, the email explained that stu...

San Francisco heat wave prompts revised dress code

Sophomores Phoebe Froeb and Sunny Stuart leaving class at dismissal. Students wore the uniform skirt without tights today due to the heat wave.

Olivia Mohun, City Life Editor

September 5, 2017

Students came to school in a relaxed dress code this morning due to the record-breaking heat wave passing through the Bay Area. Yesterday evening an email was sent out to the student body explaining that a “revised” dress code would be in place Monday in anticipation of the warm day in order to p...

Dressing for success

Dressing for success

Asha Khanna, Copy Editor

October 27, 2016

While coming to school in sweatpants and a T-shirt everyday can be comfortable, studies show that “dressing for success” may prove beneficial for learning. Wearing more formal attire, such as dress pants, blouses and blazers, increases higher level thinking and feelings of power, according to a study published i...

Annual Mass brings changes to transportation and dress

Senior Elisa Ternynck boards the bus to Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Assumption, the location of the annual Mass of the Holy Spirit. Bystanders outside of the church watched the Senior Class as they proceeded into the church last as per tradition.

Lisabelle Panossian, Editor-in-Chief

September 29, 2016

The blessing of the school year presented a gender neutral dress uniform option and a much shorter travel time for students, ushering changes to an annual tradition. Student Life Director Devin DeMartini Cooke announced the new option of allowing students to wear black slacks as a substitution for...

Students vote for new uniform skirts

The student body is deciding which of three skirts will be the new uniform. The current unifrom skirt was selected in 1976.

January 26, 2011

Isabelle Pinard Reporter Students got their first look at new uniform skirt options at at Principal’s Meeting Monday morning, then voted for the new skirt later int he day. “I think its time to update the uniform, but the student body should definitely participate in the selection process ...

School uniform reflects SH goals, community

December 16, 2009

Caroline Hearst Reporter When Head of School Andrea Shurley announced an experimental period of free dress after the Thanksgiving chapel, everyone around me burst into applause. No more gray skirts, polos or black tights! The excitement was palpable. Although I eventually joined in the clapping, I could n...

School to consider changes in daily uniform

December 16, 2009

Sara Kloepfer A&E Editor In the last three weeks leading up to Christmas vacation, CSH students have been unrecognizable. Gone are the typical gray skirts, replaced with the jeans and baggy sweatpants of free dress. On a chilly dress uniform day in November, Head of School Andrea Shurley announced...

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