|St. Ignatius College Preparatory|
St. Ignatius is a Catholic, college preparatory school in the Jesuit tradition serving the San Francisco Bay Area. St. Ignatius strives to develop young women and men of competence, conscience, and compassion through an integrated program of academic, spiritual, extra-curricular activities. St. Ignatius seeks to develop students who strive toward the Jesuit ideal of the magis: a thirst for the more, for the greater good, for the most courageous response to the challenges of our time in the fullest development of students' talents, and for a life-long disposition to serve.
|Mercy High School - Burlingame|
Mercy High School is an all girl Catholic college preparatory high school located in Burlingame. Mercy offers a challenging academic curriculum with a wide range of accelerated classes and a dynamic extracurricular program. Mercy also offers a Learning Assistance Program for a limited number of girls who need additional support in order to fulfill the requirements of a college preparatory curriculum. Mercy also participates in the Tri-School Program with Junipero Serra High School and Notre Dame Belmont. The Tri-School program lets Mercy girls participate in coed classes, retreats, performing arts and dances. Founded in 1931, Mercy is owned and operated by the Sisters of Mercy, Burlingame Regional Community.
|Mercy High School - San Francisco|
Mercy is an all-girls high school in San Francisco. Our history goes back to 1952, when Mercy was built and sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy in Dublin, Ireland. The Sisters sponsor many schools around the world! Our school is part of the Network for Mercy Education and the Archdiocese of San Francisco.
Today, about 575 young women from very diverse backgrounds, 40 dedicated teachers, and an energetic staff and administration make Mercy a special place to go to school. Our beautiful campus is located on 19th Ave., near San Francisco State University, and includes our new multipurpose Pavilion.
We hope you will find the information presented here helpful as you get to know us better. Thank you for visiting our growing Web site. The Mercy Web Club welcomes any comments or suggestions you might have.
|Archbishop Riordan High School|
Archbishop Riordan High School is an urban Catholic high school for boys, owned by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of San Francisco and conducted by the Society of Mary, Marianists, who are assisted by lay men and women. Archbishop Riordan reflects the cultural heritage of the ethnic groups of the City of San Francisco and its adjacent communities. The school respects the integrity of each individual as a unique human being. The school admits students of varying abilities.
|Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory|
Inspired by the traditions of St. John Baptist de La Salle and St. Vincent de Paul, Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory is a Catholic, college preparatory school which educates young men and women in the heart of San Francisco. We are an inclusive and multicultural community which values the intrinsic dignity of each person.
We foster a student-centered approach which integrates a challenging academic curriculum and a dynamic co-curricular program.
Within a nurturing and disciplined environment, we prepare our students to become service-oriented individuals with a commitment to living the Gospel.
|Stuart Hall High School|
STUART HALL HIGH SCHOOL 1715 OCTAVIA STREET SAN FRANCISCO 94109 phone: 415/292-3155 fax: 415/931-9161Stuart Hall High School (SHHS), an independent Catholic college preparatory school for young men in grades nine through twelve, opened its doors in the fall of 2000. SHHS is one of the Schools of the Sacred Heart San Francisco, a four-school complex which also includes Convent of the Sacred Heart High School (girls, 9-12), Convent of the Sacred Heart Elementary School (girls, K-8) and Stuart Hall for Boys (K-8). Since its founding in 1887, Schools of the Sacred Heart San Francisco have been dedicated to elementary and secondary education. They have a proud history of academic excellence and commitment to intellectual, spiritual and social development. By 2004, SHHS will enroll approximately 200 students with a student/teacher ratio of 9/1. The students will be able to take advantage of small, single-sex classes in a stimulating urban environment. The proximity to and relationship with Convent of the Sacred Heart High School offers SHHS students the best of educational worlds: single-sex instruction in a co-ed community. The extended family of SHHS includes a worldwide network of schools, 23 of which are in the United States and belong to the Network of Sacred Heart Schools. All Sacred Heart schools adhere to a common philosophy known as the Goals and Criteria.
|Convent of the Sacred Heart High School|
CONVENT OF THE SACRED HEART HIGH SCHOOL 2222 BROADWAY, SAN FRANCISCO 94115 phone: 415/563-2900 fax: 415/292-3183Convent of the Sacred Heart High School (CSH) is an independent Catholic, college preparatory high school for girls founded in 1887 by the Religious of the Sacred Heart. One of the oldest private schools in California, CSH offers a challenging curriculum that provides a strong foundation to competitive college entrance. As a member of the Network of Sacred Heart Schools, CSH participates in Network service projects, leadership seminars, and student exchange programs which offer students opportunities at Sacred Heart campuses throughout the U.S. With a value-oriented perspective, the intention of a Sacred Heart education is to educate the whole person +IBQ spiritually, intellectually and socially. Students at CSH will experience the opportunity to participate in a variety of service outreach programs in the Bay Area community. Students are encouraged to pursue leadership opportunities available through student council and class activities. In the spring of 1998, CSH was once again recognized as a Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education.
|Immaculate Conception Academy|
Immaculate Conception Academy Sister Janice Therese Wellington, OP (MSJ) 3625 24th Street San Francisco, CA 94110 (415) 824-2052
|Junipero Serra High School|
Junipero Serra High School is the Archdiocesan Catholic school educating the young men of San Mateo County. We are an academic high school with a strong college preparatory curriculum. We reflect the cultural richness of San Mateo County and the greater San Francisco Bay Area. Our mission is to develop the gifts and talents of each student and to foster Gospel values in an environment of academic excellence and mutual respect.
|Marin Catholic High School|
Marin Catholic High School is a college preparatory school serving young men and women in the Catholic tradition. Consistent with our Gospel values, we are committed to the education of the whole person. We provide a spiritual, academic, and extra-curricular environment dedicated to imparting knowledge, values, and vision.
We expect our students, through their experiences in the classroom and as active members of the school community, to develop the attributes of an educated person: responsibility, both personal and social; critical ability; appreciation for the complexity of the world around us. We hope to instill in our students the confidence that will empower them, as informed and compassionate individuals, to effect change in our world. We are committed to learning as a lifelong process.
|Woodside Priory School|
Woodside Priory School 302 Portola Rd Portola Valley, Ca 94028 (650) 851-8221Woodside Priory School is an independent, Catholic, college preparatory school in the Benedictine tradition. Our mission is to assist students of promise in becoming lifelong learners who will productively serve a world in need of their gifts.
|Notre Dame High School|
Notre Dame High School 1540 Ralston Avenue, Belmont, CA 94002 (ph) 650-595-1913 (fax) 650-595-2116
|Sacred Heart Preparatory High School|
Sacred Heart Preparatory High School 150 Valparaiso Avenue, Atherton CA 94027 Phone: 650-322-1866Sacred Heart Schools are independent, co-educational Catholic schools.
Sacred Heart Schools, Atherton, are part of a national & international Network of Sacred Heart Schools which offers an education that is marked by a distinctive spirit. An education at Sacred Heart Schools is strong in studies, serious in principles and rich in the spirit of life and love. It is the essence of a Sacred Heart School that it be deeply concerned for each student's total development: spiritual, intellectual, emotional and physical.
The twenty-one Schools of the Sacred Heart in the United States share a common tradition and educational philosophy centered around five essential Goals. The Goals, with the criteria given for each, provide the framework within which each school develops specific programs appropriate to it local situation. Means of evaluation and accountability have also been designed, so that each school may continue to grow and deepen its Sacred Heart tradition.