Over the past three decades, since graduating from SSSAS, each of the Chhabra siblings—Bobby ’87, Anikar ’90, and Avni ’94—has pursued an auspicious path in healthcare, sprung from the seeds of hard work and determination sown and nurtured by their parents who immigrated from India.
Margaret Stender ’74, minority owner of the Chicago Sky, revels in their 2021 WNBA Championship win.
Catch up with Kendall and Kamal Smith, who share their journeys to becoming a nurse anesthetist and a dentist.
Our students found ways to think beyond the immediate challenges of connecting during a pandemic and sought to work for and find solutions for the longstanding issues in our world.
As summer 2021 began, Middle School Director Quincey Grieve saw an amazing opportunity to create new Middle School courses centered on building important skills.
How pandemic disruption led to programmatic and student centric enhancements on the Lower and Middle School campuses
Everyone knows little kids love cars and trucks, but when Clay Kane was a child, he was all about ships and water.
Leah Joseph ’13 is learning all the plays…of the Jacksonville Jaguar football team.
The school was honored to welcome back alumnus Brendan Richichi ’17 on Veterans Day to speak to Lower and Upper School students.
A conversation with new Alumni Association Board President, Yumi Rodriguez Belanga ‘96
Meet the newest members of the Board of Governors, Elizabeth Siegel, The Rev. Oran Warder, and Adrian Azer ’96.
A message from Head of School Kirsten Adams
By Bob Weiman, Associate Head of School
News clips from the Saints community, including the fall athletic season wrap-ups.
New additions and weddings in families of our alumni, faculty, and staff
In memoriam of our alumni, faculty, and friends—including faculty members The Rev. Michael Hinson and James D. Osuna.
Face-to-Face with Middle School Science Teacher Robert Davis
Face-to-face with Lower School second grade teacher, Anne Kelly
Face-to-face with Upper School history teacher, Steve Ebner