Mary Ann Cirillo-McManus, guest speaker from Delaware County Women Against Rape, spoke to the 9th through 12th grade students on subjects ranging from dating, boundaries and personal safety.
Mrs. Joanne Dougherty, has been accepted into The Arctic Plant Phenology Learning through Engaged Science (APPLES) workshop. The workshop is limited to 12 participants nationwide and is located on the University of California's Davis campus in .
Grandparents and special friends enjoy a morning filled with prayer, STEM projects, classroom visits, and more. The Lower School Grandparents' Day is a wonderful tradition enjoyed by all of the Sacred Heart family.
Sacred Heart educators take part in a 10-week course designed to enrich 21st century technology skills through Verizon's Mobile Initiative.
School-wide effort invites all students, faculty, and staff to collect change during the weeks of Lent. The money is sent to the Sacred Heart schools in Uganda and Kenya to provide scholarship money and educational enhancements.
Junior Cathy Nguyen '19 is recognized for her contributions to her school and the greater community and will be honored at the 72nd Good Citizenship Day in May.
Emma Karn, Class of 2021, is one of twenty recipients to receive the Founder's Award from the Emergency Aid of Pennsylvania Foundation!
The Class of 2018 has been busy with their 4th year high school studies, extracurricular interests, sports, musicals, etc. and the labors of their college applications this fall are coming to fruition. Here is an update on their college acceptances thus far.
A project based social studies lesson produced a published book on St. Philippine Duchesne.
The library announces the "Birthday Book Club" Program. Each year will have a theme, like fantasy, or historical fiction, and you can pick out any book from that genre for the library.
Upper School students participated in the National Walkout Day and remembered those who lost their lives to gun violence through prayer and 17 minutes of quiet reflection.
Sacred Heart Academy is a proud supporter and participant in the SpeakUp! program. This year, Middle School participated in their first SpeakUp! The Upper School event received positive reviews from parents and students. Thank you to all who attended.
The ongoing dialogue regarding safety plans and policies in place and the decade long relationship with Radnor Township and Sacred Heart Academy was presented at a recent parent meeting. The Radnor Police answered parent questions and presented a short but powerful video on safety.
The 2018 Winter Olympics may be over, but Lower School students will not forget the fun they had at school (learning!) during their sphero robot Olympic competition! #schoolstories #StartextraordinarySHA
After the study of winter animals and their behaviors to survive, students designed animal feeders to install in the woods on campus. Enjoy Mr. Fox!
At Sacred Heart Academy we believe summer should be fun! Our camp philosophy is about engaging our campers with fun-filled and flexible summer days.
Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk will be the Sacred Heart Academy distinguished Alumna for Alumnae Heartcoming Weekend 2018 on September 28, 29 and 30th. She will be celebrating her 50th year from Overbrook class of '68.
SHA is in the third year of the Project Ensonga service project. All volunteers are welcome to join in on March 5 or March 7 in the afternoon.
Earth Day celebration enhances the Meadowbrook Run Wetland Rehabilitation Project currently underway at Sacred Heart Academy.
Sacred Heart offers all its members opportunities for direct community service and advocacy and instills a life-long commitment to service.
The Upper School multicultural club planned and performed an assembly for grades 7-12 highlighting notable women in Black History and how they impacted the world through their contributions.
We thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your support of the Heart Gala 2018 as we raise money to build and maintain meaningful programs across subjects and grades for our girls.
Students in 10th grade theology created a "We Stand With You" banner for SHA students in grades 7-12 to sign during their lunch period. The banner will be laminated and sent to Marjory Stoneman Douglas School in Florida.
Join SHA on Earth Day and help plant small trees and shrubs at the Meadowbrook Run Wetland Rehabilitation Project on campus. What a nice way to give back on Earth Day!
Change for Uganda is underway to help our Network schools in Uganda and Kenya and their mission to "radiate the love of the Heart of Jesus through the service of education, justice, peace and integrity of creation."
Ferrofluid was observed in Biology to understand the research of nanomedicine and cooking cancer with nanoparticles.
Mrs. McBrearty had no problem giving Oscar, the parrot, a ride through class during the study of birds in science.
Author and public speaker, Nahjee Grant spoke to students in grades 1-6. Students had the opportunity to purchase one of his books and have the author sign it.
Lower school students write persuasive letters to Olaf explaining why matter matters!
Sacred Heart Academy hosted a speaker from Minding Your Mind for two assemblies on mental health, one for students and one for parents.
Eileen Piombino '18 scores her 1000th point vs Dock in a home win. Hannah Rush '11 returned to present Eileen with the game ball.
SHA Crew teammates place in MainLine Slide crew event.
Congratulations to Princess Rahman '18 on all her accomplishments, most recently as Main Line Student of the Week.
Sacred Heart Academy in Bryn Mawr welcomed a Network Exchange student all the way from Sacred Heart in Taiwan. Her SHA host will travel this summer on exchange to Taiwan!
Middle School SpeakUp! leaders met to plan the February 8th event that will include adolescent topics that are difficult to talk about with people in their lives. #wespokeup
SHA Souper Bowl of Caring begins today! Please help us reach our touchdown goal of 2,018 cans of soup to donate to local food pantries through Nutritional Development Services.
7th grade students create moving inventions in coding class. Once assembled the creations had to navigate through a designed maze on the sun porch.
"It's not karaoke night until someone sings the alma mater" - Deirdre Cryor, Head of School
Lower school students spent an aftenoon with Sisters from the Immaculate Heart of Mary at Camilla Hall.
Students in grades two and six collaborate on service projects in preparation for making their special sacraments this year.
The goals of this project were to educate to a critical consciousness, reflect and act for justice, as well as develop creative use of the imagination.
The world is filled with problem solvers. Lower School students selected an everyday problem and decided on a solution submitting this as an entry to the "If Kids Could Cure" contest.
Chef Kateryna '27 created a french meal for her family and co-hosted it with Flat Philippine (aka St. Philippine). #flatphilippine
Upper School students participated in the Main Line Health Educational Model for Outreach to the Community Youth: The Annenberg High School Science Symposium.
Students prepare for Confirmation as they strengthen their faith and become "Witnesses for Christ."
Students in Sacred Heart Middle School learn about the life of St. Madeleine Sophie Barat through discussion and exchanges at the "Roots That Give Us Wings" workshop.
As we prepare for the conclusion of Advent and the birth of Jesus, these activities remind us of the true spirit of the season. We count and share our blessings so that others may have a warmer and happier holiday and carry peace in their hearts.
All 24 Network Schools have joined together to say the Bicentennial Prayer.
Celebrating Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne, a pioneer missionary of the Society of the Sacred Heart.
Sacred Heart student Bridget Bergan, Class of 2018, has committed to row for the University of Delaware.