Senior Mary Lauren Franz, along with three SHA juniors, were recently recognized for their field hockey prowess by the Main Line Times.
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
The Lady Lions landed six spots on the All-Main Line Volleyball Team for the 2020 season.
Faculty and Staff in-service included a prayer service for Martin Luther King, Jr. and an overview of voluntary service opportunities for teachers, staff, and their families. The participation response on MLK Day was a great testament to the commitment to help others by our Sacred Heart educators. Thank you for being such great examples to our students!
Story time for the lower school was enjoyed with a new story read by guest author, Michele McAvoy. Who doesn't love "Cookies and Milk"?
Environmental Science students learned from a local industry expert about a groundbreaking technology that can recycle plastic.
Plan your summer fun now! Take a look at the June and July camp offerings and save your spot. Some offerings will have limited space, so don't delay!
For three decades, the Network Summer Service Projects have offered students in the Network of Sacred Heart Schools the opportunity to live Goal III in a very special way. Applications for the 2021 program are due January 29th.
The fourth edition of the Goals and Criteria for the Sacred Heart Schools in the United States-Canada Province defines the mission of Sacred Heart schools as part of the Society’s educational mission in the Catholic Church. This revisioning by educators and RSCJ across the province occurs every 15 years.
Bella O'Toole has been selected as the Main Line Student of the Week. Keep up the great work, Bella!
CSC representative, Katie Schanne '24, wanted to use her service leadership position to encourage classmates to collect toys for Cradles to Crayons this holiday season.
We are pleased to share an online preview of the latest Vue du Coeur. You will see the 2019-20 school theme, Hearts Building Community throughout the publication.
Help SHA come up with new and creative ways to gather in 2021. A short online survey is now available for parents to submit ideas!
Mark your calendar for March 12th and consider helping plan SHA's first-ever virtual gala & auction. Contact the MA or FA president to become a part of this fun event!
Those interested in auditioning for the spring musical, Hug Me, Hug Me NOT, a socially distant revue will submit an audition video to Mrs. Slota, Musical Director. Please review the audition information to plan your submission.
SHA is taking orders for the new custom SHA blanket. A gift that will get better with time! Get SHA cozy this winter.
Mathletes with Mrs. Brennan is off to a great start placing third in their recent competition.
Senior Erin Corcoran has been chosen as the November Student of the Month by Newtown Square Friends & Family.
Three SHA sophomores have been recognized by the Emergency Aid of PA Foundation for their outstanding leadership and good citizenship.
Sacred Heart Academy congratulates Catherine Anuszkiewicz, the Main Line Student of the Week!
Lower School explored their unique identities and the relation to each individual's contributions. They learned the connection of their words and actions and how that forms our community as a whole.