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Service Learning through Art

May 21, 2019

For their final project, Kristen Parker’s Drawing and Painting 2 class took on the challenge of creating “Portraits of Kindness.” Parker partnered with The Memory Project, a non-profit organization that “invites art teachers and their students to create portraits for youth around the world who have faced substantial challenges, such as neglect, abuse, loss of […]

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Scholar-Athletes Chosen as Graduation Speakers

March 28, 2019

Please join us in congratulating Ryan Sathianathen and Evan Mao on their selection to be the Class of 2019’s Valedictorian and Salutatorian! Ryan and Evan were chosen from a wonderful pool of applicants based on outstanding academic achievement, contributions to our school community, and speeches they wrote and delivered to the selection committee. Ryan is […]

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Students Launch Organization to Support Nonprofits

February 4, 2019

Nicholas Chan ’19 and four other Moreau seniors recently launched a nonprofit organization – Project: Website (https://projectwebsite.org) – to provide other small nonprofits with free website development services. Chan was inspired to launch his organization in his junior year when he helped a local nonprofit build its own website as part of his capstone project. […]

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Blending Teaching and Technology

January 4, 2019

Three years ago, Mary McInerney joined the Moreau staff as the school’s first education technology specialist, serving as a technological liaison for faculty and staff. She also co-teaches social justice classes with Jerico Abanico, co-leads the capstone program and is the coordinator for Moreau’s TEDx event, TEDxMoreauCatholicHS. McInerney is a product of local Catholic schools, […]

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Students Create Special Children’s Books for the Holidays

January 4, 2019

For 38 children in San Francisco, their Christmas was a little brighter thanks to special books written in English and Spanish by Moreau Catholic High School students. The school’s Spanish 3 Honors students wrote the children’s stories, illustrated them and donated the books to children from the Up on Top program in San Francisco. Many […]

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Instilling Confidence is Key for Students, Says Teacher Enrique Henriquez

December 7, 2018

For science teacher Enrique Henriquez, an experience with a family member when he was 13 years old piqued his interest in pursuing science as a major in college. While initially thinking of becoming a physical therapist, he landed in education 18 years ago and has been teaching at Moreau for the past 14 years, while […]

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