On this Feast of the Sacred Heart, we contemplate the pierced heart of Christ – the brokenness and hope in our world and honor Juneteenth.
"Focused on the development of the whole person, Sacred Heart education engages each student's heart, mind, and will."
- Sacred Heart School Identity
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."
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.
Thank you Sacred Heart educators for bringing your talents to our students. You are preparing our girls for the future.