Lower School enjoyed the story, Thank You Omu read by Mr. D'Ascenzo from the Advancement Office. Third grade had the opportunity to prepare and present interview questions to learn what Mr. D'Ascenzo's role is at Sacred Heart.
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 snowfall has inspired the latest Lower School STEM challenge. The students designed a tiered structure resembling a snowman.
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"?
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.
Lower school students discuss how our community is "double lucky" with our new pledge work and how it aligns with our Sacred Heart goals.
Mini Goldendoodle, Penny joins our librarian, Mrs. Scholl, during reading time with the lower school students. This virtual storytime also encouraged students to share their furry friends from home.
Guest author, Chrysa Smith will join the Lower School to discuss her books and talk to our students about the writing process.
Send in your holiday gift packaging to be properly recycled by the Green Club. The deadline is December 16th, so get shopping!
Sacred Heart Academy Lower School students celebrate women in history with their Women of Achievement projects. The girls enthusiastically presented in costume to an audience in the PAC, the woman they chose to learn about and why they think she made a difference in the lives of others.
Main Line Parent stopped by Sacred Heart Academy to see our Lower School students fully engaged in a STEM activity that combined our wetlands with engineering and robot coding.
Fourth-grade science welcomed Dr. Leader from the University of Pennsylvania to discuss the Stone Age and archeology.
Fourth Grade is studying Pennsylvania and headed to Harrisburg to learn more about their State.