Stuart's Upper School robotics team, Sparks #4936, hosted the 8th annual P-Town Throwdown for First Tech Challenge (FTC)- New Jersey on Saturday, December 8. The meet was for the Southern League of FTC New Jersey where 28 teams from the southern region competed. Competitions like the P-town Throwdown help teams earn points for the league tournament in February.
Student Clubs & Activities
Stuart Girls have the opportunity to participate in a variety of clubs and activities, beginning in the Lower School. Options expand as students move up through Middle and Upper School. One of the benefits of an all-girls school is girls hold every leadership role.
Student Council committees, including Spirit, Outreach, Social and Campus Ministry, provide girls with the chance to develop leadership skills and try new things. The Campus Ministry program also offers enables girls to share their rich and varied faiths, while celebrating the diversity of Stuart.
Animal Awareness Club
BSU (Black Student Union)
Current Events Club
FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America)
Happiness in Hand
Health and Wellness
International Thespian Society
K-Pop Dance Club
Latino Heritage Club
Poetry Out Loud
Sacred Heart to Heart
At the beginning of the month, fifteen Stuart Upper Schooler students attended the Rutgers University Model United Nations for a four day conference with over 1,100 high students from around the world.
On Saturday, November 17, the Middle School LEGO® Robotics team participated in a regional qualifying event at Hillsborough High School. The theme of this year's competition was "Into Orbit," which was space themed! Our team of seven students, the Spark Plugs, enthusiastically came onto the scene, ready to compete!
On Saturday, December 1, the Upper School Charity: Water Club hosted the Lower Schoolers in the dining room for the 3rd Annual Charity: Water Holiday Party. The evening consisted of food, tree-decorating, dancing, games, arts-and-crafts, and a special visit from Santa Cl
Craig Berman's Middle School Guitar Club recently had the opportunity to play his new Gretsch White Falcon electric guitar. From Mr. Berman: "This is one of the most desired electric guitars available and students really got a kick out of playing this beast through my Fender Blues Junior amplifier today in class."