Stuart Hall High School

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Stuart Hall High School
Address
1715 Octavia Street
San Francisco (Pacific Heights), California, 94109
United States
Coordinates 37°47′17.5″N 122°25′35″W / 37.788194°N 122.42639°W / 37.788194; -122.42639Coordinates: 37°47′17.5″N 122°25′35″W / 37.788194°N 122.42639°W / 37.788194; -122.42639
Information
Type Private
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic;
Schools of the Sacred Heart
Established 2000
President Ann Marie Krejcarek
Dean Reynolds Marquette
Head of school Anthony Farrell
Faculty 23
Grades 9-12
Gender Boys
Enrollment 177 (2013)
Average class size 14
Student to teacher ratio 7:1
Color(s) Red and Blue ‹See Tfm›    ‹See Tfm›    
Fight song Coeur de Jesus
Athletics Cross Country Running, Fencing, Soccer, Baseball, Track, Basketball, Swimming, Tennis, Golf, Badminton, Lacrosse, Football, Wrestling, Sailing
Team name The Knights
Accreditation Western Association of Schools and Colleges[1]
Newspaper the round table
Yearbook The Legend of Stuart Hall
Athletic Director Charles Johnson
College Counseling Director Cesar Guerrero
Website

Stuart Hall High School is a college-preparatory high school located in San Francisco's Pacific Heights district. Stuart Hall opened in the fall of 2000. The school, along with Convent of the Sacred Heart High School, Convent Elementary, and Stuart Hall for Boys, is part of the Schools of the Sacred Heart San Francisco, which in turn is part of the international Schools of the Sacred Heart organization.

Curriculum[edit]

The campus of the school

Stuart Hall High School operates by a block schedule; theology, ethics and social justice classes are mandatory for graduation. Heavy emphasis is placed on community involvement, service, critical thinking and self-development.

Each Stuart Hall High School student completes four years of English, history, mathematics, theology, and philosophy/religion; three years of lab science and international language; two years of physical education; and one year of computer science and fine arts.

Students have a choice of AP courses, including art history, biology, calculus, chemistry, comparative government/politics, computer science, English language/composition, environmental science, European history, French language, French literature, human geography, music theory, physics, psychology, Spanish language, Spanish literature, studio art, US government/politics and US history. Some of the classes are coed.

Notable people[edit]

Alumni/Students[edit]

Staff[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ WASC-ACS. "WASC-Accrediting Commission for Schools". Retrieved 2009-06-05. 
  2. ^ Moody, Shelah (2008-05-28). "Corey Linehan helps kids get plugged in". The San Francisco Chronicle (San Francisco Chronicle). Retrieved 2008-09-20. 
  3. ^ http://www.Richlewetzow.com
  4. ^ Guthrie, Julian (2009-05-10). "Real estate rarity: A Realtor at age 18". The San Francisco Chronicle. pp. K–1. Retrieved 2009-05-14. 
  5. ^ Middleton, Chris (2010-04-13). "Former S.F. prep star thriving during first season with Kansas". The San Francisco Examiner (The San Francisco Examiner). Retrieved 2011-04-26. 
  6. ^ http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-tayside-central-28743499
  7. ^ Benson, Heidi (2008-04-11). "Poet Al Young to receive Cody Award". The San Francisco Chronicle. 

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