Join us for a free evening presentation with the National Coalition of Girls Schools and the Association of Delaware Valley Independent Schools to learn about the effectiveness and unique environment of girls' schools.
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
Advent begins and this week we light the first purple candle in the Advent wreath as a sign of hope. Join us for our daily Advent Communion Prayer Services.
For the first time in school history, a Sacred Heart team is headed to a state championship final!
This 24-hour event supports the Annual Fund and celebrates St. Philippine Duchesne’s journey to America. Let’s prepare the next generation of pioneers and leaders together by making a gift the Annual Fund on November 17th.
For the second straight year, SHA's volleyball team advances to the PIAA state semifinals.
SHCOG stands for Sacred Heart Commission on Goals and is a self-reflection process that takes place every five years for all Sacred Heart Schools that are part of the Network. We are excited to begin this process!
SHVB moves on the PIAA state quarterfinal later this week, thanks to an impressive win over Lititz Christian 3-0.
Faculty member Kelly Weber will join other educators from across the Sacred Heart Network as a member of the Sacred Heart Commission on Goals.
Sophomore cross-country runner Makenzie Fisher placed in the top five in District 1 and now heads to the state championships.
Student-athlete Meilyn Frank has landed herself $1000 in scholarship money from the Positive Coaching Alliance.
SHA Volleyball wins District 1A Championship for the fifth year in a row. Up next, Sacred Heart vs. the District 3 champion in the opening round of the PIAA Single A state tourney, set for Nov. 9.
Emily Hart '23 will be representing SHA on a newly formed Network-wide advisory panel of students.
SHA welcomes Miss Gunther who will be teaching upper school Catholic Social Justice and Church History. When interviewed by senior Trista Brophy, Miss Gunther’s two words to describe SHA were “open and embracing.”
With Goal III in mind, donations flooded in for this year's Peanut Butter and Jelly drive run by the Community Service Corps (CSC).
Students and teachers in grades 4-12 participated in the ADL back-to-school kick-off with a coalition of ADL administrators, NPFH school nationwide and Youth Poet Laureate, Amanda Gorman.
Congratulations to the students recently inducted into the National Honor Society based on your embodiment of the four pillars: scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Thank you, Mrs. Schuster for your leadership with this program!
A recent graduate of the Class of 2021, Emma Karn was awarded 2nd place contest winner of the 2021 Fighting Words Poetry Contest! The original poem was written in response to reporting by Jahnavi Sen, the Deputy Editor and Executive News Producer at The Wire.
A panel of SHA alumnae who are currently in college shared their experiences continuing Goal 3 through service and advocacy. The alumnae spoke about how making a difference continues to be a guiding force in their lives.
Mater's Welcome Garden was recently refreshed with perennial plants to add seasonal interest in Mater's colors, pink and white. Thank you to all who helped with this project!
Three SHA hoopsters claim spots on All-Main Line and All-Delco teams.