Voices of SHC

A Spoonful of Sugar: Mary Poppins at SHC

Wednesday, March 21st, 2018

by Lucie Duffort When the curtain came up on Friday night’s opening performance of Mary Poppins, the audience was packed full of wide-eyed and bright-faced children, aged six to seventy. The Disney version of PL Travers’ wonderful stories has been a classic since it first hit the screens... Read More

Remembering Lou Meyer ’55

Friday, January 5th, 2018

by Dr. Ken Hogarty ’66 Lou was already a teacher at SH when I started in September of 1962 and had become Vice-Principal for Academics by the time I graduated in June of 1966. From that point until I replaced him as Assistant Principal for Academics in August of 2001, Lou faithfully served the... Read More

Sleigh bells ring, are you listening?

Friday, December 22nd, 2017

by Lucie Duffort It’s that time again, time to put away the pens and school calendars and take a much-deserved break to celebrate the season. As students breathe away the stress of finals and faculty kicks it into grading gear, we thought we’d look back at SHC’s holiday choral concert, to... Read More

Service-Learning at St. Anthony’s

Friday, December 1st, 2017

by Madeleine Johnson ’20 From September through October, 10th graders have the opportunity to complete a day of service learning at St. Anthony’s Foundation through their English classes. St. Anthony’s is a nonprofit organization in the Tenderloin that provides meals, clothing, health... Read More

Spoken Word Event Inspires

Tuesday, November 28th, 2017

by Lucie Duffort The theater was packed for the spoken work performance on November 17. Unsurprising, considering that spoken word provides an unfiltered opportunity for SHC kids to speak their mind and express themselves honestly and openly to an audience, addressing subjects ranging from... Read More