Welcome to SHA Admissions
Sacred Heart Academy cultivates brave hearts, independent minds and global citizens. SHA welcomes applications from girls of any national or ethnic origin, race, creed or color. Please refer to the the application process for lower (K-4), middle (5-8) or upper (high school) below.
Applications for 2021-2022
Sacred Heart Academy is still accepting kindergarten, lower, middle and upper school applications in certain grades for the 2021–2022 school year.
High School Placement Test (HSPT) Not Required
We are pleased to announce that we have suspended the High School Placement Test (HSPT) requirement for the 2021-2022 9th Grade application process.
In light of the significant disruptions students are experiencing, we believe this change to our standardized testing policy will reduce stress and provide students with much greater flexibility as they navigate the high school admissions process.
As a result, we have made changes to our scholarship application process for the Class of 2026.
Upper School, Fall 2021
Upper School - Prospective 9th Graders and 2021-2022 Transfer Students
If you are just beginning the process for the Class of 2026 or 2027, or you are interested in transferring beginning in Fall, 2021, please fill out the upper school inquiry form below and our admissions office will contact you.
The application for the Class of 2026 (students entering 8th-grade this Fall) will be available online in early July, 2021.
We chose Sacred Heart over many other schools in the area primarily because of the all-female environment, and small class size. We love that all of the teachers and students in the Lower School know each other and care about each other, almost as if it is a large family. Sacred Heart is able to do so much with the students on top of their core subjects - STEM, music, foreign language - and is instilling in our daughter a love of learning.
Kindergarten, Fall 2021
Discover how your daughter will blossom within the nurturing full-day environment.
- All-girl environment
- Small classes
- Nurturing educators
- Literature-rich academics
- Community-driven learning
- Enrichment programs
- Music instruction
- Wonder in the Wetlands