Head of School, Deirdre Cryor writes to the Sacred Heart community, "As a Sacred Heart school we are committed to promoting a safe and welcoming environment in which each person is valued, cared for and respected."
At Sacred Heart Academy, our program is rooted in faith, intellect, service, community and personal growth. Through our Five Goals students are encouraged to take risks, reach beyond their comfort level and expect more from themselves as lifelong learners and responsive leaders. Education extends beyond the classroom and our students seek opportunities and share experiences both as individuals and as a school community.
While I have met my best friends here at school, I have also met myself. I have discovered my true potential and have been handed the tools to let my talents show. I am surrounded by supportive peers and encouraging teachers.
N.A., Class of 2019
SHA is collecting food pantry items from SHA families during the campus pick-up and drop-off days this week. The collected goods will be donated to local food pantries.
The RSCJs shared in their statement against racism: "Each of us is created in the image of God, brothers and sisters, united and equal in God’s eyes.
Chez Nous XXXII will be released as the first digital edition following the club's virtual release party on May 21st. This will be the largest publication in the history of Chez Nous.
The Sacred Heart Academy Class of 2020 earned college acceptances to over 78 institutions.
Thank you Sacred Heart educators for bringing your talents to our students. You are preparing our girls for the future.
"The ceramics of this planet,
Are formed with careful hands,
Decorated with precise detail
Or built abstract and grand."
Elizabeth Miller ' 21 wins second place in the Edith Garlow Memorial Poetry Contest for her piece titled "Thought 15".
Happy National Poetry Month! Congratulations to Gwen Fry on winning 1st place in the Edith Garlow Memorial Poetry Contest.
Main Line Student of the Week is Annie DeFrancesco '21 from the junior class. Well done, Annie!
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, SHA families carry on making peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to feed the homeless.
SHA's art and science departments donated goggles and gloves on hand to healthcare workers treating and caring for COVID-19 patients and cases throughout the Philadelphia Department of Public Health.
SHA's 8th grade supported Philadelphia's Cradles to Crayons Backpack-A-Thon event with homemade cards and words of encouragement for children in need at the start of the 2020-2021 school year.
Dr. William's 10th-grade World Religion class studied the stained glass windows of the great cathedrals. Students then created their own stained glass window design.
Praying as a family is a great idea for Lent. Check out our Prayer Service to get you started.
Every two seconds, someone in the U.S needs blood. Supplies are at a critical level, but you can help. Sign up today to give at our American Red Blood Drive on April 20. VIsit redcrossblood.org today!
The Main Line TImes has named Kathryn Gleeson '21 its Student of the Week.
Happy National Poetry Month! "Let's Celebrate was written by Brianna Lubin '21 and performed for the Upper School at the Black History Month assembly.
Please join us each day for a Lunch Lenten Prayer Service at 12:10 via ZOOM. The link can be found in this post.
In art, students decorated golf balls to donate to the Bunkers in Baghdad not-for-profit organization.