A conversation with Catherine Ronan Karels ʼ86, Head of School and Kim Gayle, Director of DEI.
As we reflect on the value of a Sacred Heart education at Stone Ridge and celebrate our Centennial year, we sought to capture the depth and breadth of its impact through stories of alumnae living abroad.
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The Society asks Network Schools to engage with the Sacred Heart Commission on Goals (SHCOG) every five years to evaluate and reflect on their endeavors in integrating the Goals and Criteria throughout their schools’ culture.
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Since the beginning of the Russia-Ukraine war, the Stone Ridge community has been deeply involved in various actions all over campus and beyond. It all began with faculty, staff, and students reciting the Lenten Rosary for Peace on Mondays and Thursdays, thanks to the initiative of Emily Hammack ’23. Sisters Mao ’23 and Rena ’28 Kobayashi led the Senbazuru project in the Middle and Upper Schools, and Lower School students Vivian Lee ’31 and Tatum Larrabee’s ’31 idea to collect donations for the people of Ukraine transformed into an all-school event.
Stone Ridge students recognize their capacity to transform, to become powerful agents of God’s love and compassion, and to step out of their comfort zones to serve the poor, marginalized, and suffering in our region and throughout the world.
The Project Approach in Little Hearts introduces topics using a cross-curricular dynamic where students learn literacy, communications, numeracy, and science all at once.