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Princeton Packet: Stuart conference aims to close girl gap in STEM, entrepreneurship

Princeton Packet, April 21, 2017

Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart, the PS-12 girls independent school in Princeton, recently hosted more than 900 people for a conference for girls K-12, women mentors, parents, and educators.

Presented by The Stuart Center for Girls' Leadership, #LEADLIKEAGIRL: A Conference for Risk-Takers and Changemakers, was an all-day event featuring 85 speakers at more than 50 presentations, workshops and panels. Young women in high school won $8,000 in cash prizes in STEM Talks and a Business Fair.

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P.U. Acceptance Rate at Record Low; Local HS Seniors Weigh Options

Accepted? Rejected? Wait listed? With college letters now in hand, many high school seniors will be making decisions by May 1.

"Ivy Day" was March 30 for many college letters to be sent, and acceptance rates were down from last year at six of eight Ivy League colleges. Princeton University accepted just 6.1 percent of its record 31,056 applicants for next fall's freshman class, down from 6.46 percent last year. Princeton has offered admission to 1,890 students, 770 in December through early action, with 1,308 expected to matriculate in the class of 2021. Among the Ivies, only Harvard at 5.2 percent and Columbia at 5.8 percent had lower acceptance rates. Read the full article in Town Topics

Stuart Day girls lacrosse topples Lawrence in OT, 10-9

Ali Hannah almost won it for Stuart Day in regulation. But Hannah, whose two shots as time ran down in a tie game were stopped by Lawrence freshman keeper Madison Wingerter, made it count just 49 seconds into overtime when she drove to net and scored to lift Stuart Day to a 10-9 victory over Lawrence on Tuesday. Read the full article on NJ.com >>

Bey-Shana Clark named to NJ.com's top 50 sophomore basketball players

A number of sophomores are making their presence felt across the New Jersey girls basketball landscape this season. Here, we highlight some of the state's best from the Class of 2019 and take a look at their numbers up to this point in the season. Read the full article on NJ.com >>

With Freshman Hansford Emerging as Scoring Threat, Stuart Hoops Looking Forward to Postseason Action

Town Topics, February 7, 2017

In the beginning of the season, Jasmine Hansford deferred to others on the court for the Stuart Country Day School basketball team. Finding her way as a freshman point guard for the Tartans, Hansford concentrated on setting others up and wasn't looking as much for her shot. Read the full article from the Town Topics >>

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