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List of 12 news stories.

  • Graduation and Baccalaureate Mass Photos

  • Student research highlighted at Senior Research Showcase

    On May 22, a select group of seniors shared findings from their college-level research conducted as part of the Senior Research Project, Honors Scientific Research class and Honors Psychology Seminar. Carly Spina '15 kicked off the evening with a keynote address focusing on how Flintridge Sacred Heart's four-year Research Program has positively impacted her in college and beyond.
  • Haven't picked up your yearbook?

    Yearbooks will be distributed in the library during lunch tomorrow, Thursday, May 23.

    You'll get to see the cover, theme and all the goodies inside!
  • Congratulations to our students who competed in CIF

    Emily Giesler was 17th overall in the 100m Breaststroke in Div. 1 Swim Finals @ Riverside City College
     
    The track team competed in Carpinteria for CIF D4 Track & Field Prelims
    Kelly Carney placed 7th overall & qualified for CIF D4 Track & Field Finals next Saturday
    Lauren Nettels placed 12th overall in both the 1600 & 3200m run
    Maddie Leroy placed 18TH overall in the 300 LH
    Samantha Covey placed 24th overall in the 3200 and PR (Personal Record)
    Abby Martinez placed 20th overall in the High Jump
    Emma Willingham placed 24th overall in the High Jump
    Ella Venne placed 22nd overall in the Triple Jump
  • Speech and debate team member competes at state championship

    Congratulations to speech and debate team captain Stephani Miranti ‘19 (on the right) who reached the semi-final round at the 62nd annual California Speech & Debate Association State Championship Tournament. She was among the top 16 students in impromptu speaking.

    Over 1,200 of California’s best high school debaters and speakers from 160 schools gathered to compete. She is pictured here with Samantha Godinez ‘20, who also competed and will be next year’s team captain.
  • Register now for Senior Research Showcase

    Join us for Senior Research Showcase on May 22 at 6:30 p.m. in the Student Activities Center. We will highlight some of the most exciting research conducted by the 47 students listed below during a poster session and in-depth student research presentations. Carly Spina '15 will give our keynote address to start the evening. 

    Register now!


    Senior Research Showcase Participants

    Kayla Adriano
    Lauren Anastasia
    Nelida Ayala
    Skyler  Bowyer
    Winnie Cai
    Kelly Carney
    Amanda Chang
    Ria Chawla
    Alyssa Cole
    Melanie Corral
    Samantha Covey
    Michelle Fung 
    Alyssa Galang
    Kathryn Gerhardt
    Ava Gutierrez
    Sophie Johnson
    Megan Koehler
    Grace Lawlor
    Chesca Legaspi
    Bella Lencse
    Anna Li
    Ella Lopez
    Lauren Lubeley
    Megan Lund
    Cynthia Ma
    Fiona Mass
    Marta Maynes
    Ashley McCorkle
    Mila Mendoza
    Lauren Monge
    Hannah Musich
    Karrie Nishiyama
    Amesie Noll
    Anissa Olona
    Sidney Polzin
    Julia Powers
    Nala Qiao
    Carolina Ru
    Natalie Slim
    Charlotte Taormina
    Marin Telleria
    Cierra Thompson
    Amanda Tulolo
    Teresa Wang
    Eria Wei
    Ivian Zhang
    Davina Zhou


  • Celebration and nostalgia on display at Alumnae Reunion Day

    At Alumnae Reunion Day on Saturday, we welcomed over 100 alumnae, with graduation years ranging from 1949 to 2009.

    Alumnae toured the campus to see how it has evolved since they were students, and took a walk down memory lane by viewing artifacts from their school days. 

    It was such a blessing to have so many happy reunions with fellow classmates and past faculty. We were especially honored to have Ann Crosby Carpenter ’49, who celebrated her 70th reunion, as well as alumnae from the Class of 1969 (our 50-year golden diploma recipients) and the years ending in 4 and 9. 

    A special shoutout to Hall of Fame inductee Alex Marquez ’09 and our Distinguished Alumnae Awardees, Kit Rodden ’84 for professional achievement and Shannon Morzov ’94 for service to Flintridge Sacred Heart.
     
  • Isabella Durand interviewed about artwork on display at LA Cathedral

    Check out this interview in the Angelus News with Isabella Durand '21 and Ms. Kent about Isabella's art work on display at the Robert Graham Memorial exhibit at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels​.

    "For my art to be here — knowing that it’s going to be seen by so many people — it’s just really overwhelming. For my inspiration for my piece, it came back to where my faith began, which was with my grandmother,” Isabella said. “She’s really the person who really introduced me to the faith and really helped cultivate it, especially when I was younger.”
  • Catherine Bauer '20 is first speech and debate national qualifier in school history

    Over the weekend Catherine Bauer ‘20 qualified to compete in the National Speech & Debate Association national tournament in Dallas, Texas. She will represent Flintridge Sacred Heart and the West Los Angeles division in dramatic interpretation. She placed second in the qualifying competition yesterday and is the FIRST national qualifier for the NSDA tournament in Flintridge Sacred Heart history! Congratulations to Catherine and head coach Leilani McHugh!!
  • Alumnae share their work and educational experiences at Career Day

    Thank you to our alumnae who joined us for Career Day! This event is designed to connect current juniors and seniors with alumnae working in different career fields. With more than 20 alumnae taking part in the event, students were able to rotate between a variety of panels, including arts and entertainment, business, education, law and STEM/medical. Alumnae described their career trajectories and answered our students questions about their experience.
  • Mother Daughter Luncheon

    A beautifully sunny day arrived just in time for the Mother Daughter Luncheon, held this Sunday at the Oakmont Country Club. 
  • "Newsies" cast works with renowned dialect coach, plus buy tickets now!

    The "Newsies" cast is exploring the authentic New York City dialect of 1899 and they had the privilege of learning from a renowned dialect coach, Adam Michael Rose. Mr. Rose is a skilled and supportive dialect coach with over a decade's experience in the entertainment industry. His clients have appeared in "Orange Is the New Black," "The Americans," "The Blacklist," "Grey's Anatomy," "La La Land," and HBO's "Big Little Lies." The Newsies are certainly fortunate to have worked with such a dedicated and talented coach!

    The show opens April 4. Buy tickets now: http://bit.ly/2TFhXZm
     
     
    The "Newsies" are certainly fortunate to have worked with such a dedicated and talented coach!

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La Cañada Flintridge, CA 91011
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