Stone Ridge celebrates its mission and identity through the convergence of DEI work and Catholic Social Teaching; alumnae tell their stories from serving on the front lines of the battle against COVID-19; and a lesson in mycelium engages both the Lower and Upper Schools in a cross-curricular, collaborative project on the cutting-edge of sustainable building.
As a Sacred Heart institution, we are committed to engaging in deep discernment and consultative processes. We carefully evaluate curriculum, programming, and any changes to school policies, traditions, and overall culture through the lens of our mission.
Inspired by the “Mushroom Bricks: Grow Your Own Home” workshop by Tech Interactive, the mycelium project is an in-depth investigation into using emergent sustainable material to make everyday objects.
First-person accounts from alumnae who are serving their communities during the pandemic.
Ever since Pope Francis issued his first encyclical, Laudato Si’, in 2015, Grade 6 students at Stone Ridge have been learning about what it means to “Care for our Common Home.”
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That year, 2001-2002, was my first teaching in a Sacred Heart school. And that year, that Sacred Heart community at 91st Street transformed me, my heart, and the vision I had for myself as an educator.
Six tips on how to put your oxygen mask on first when taking care of other's needs.