"Focused on the development of the whole person, Sacred Heart education engages each student's heart, mind, and will."
- Sacred Heart School Identity
Starting extraordinary in the lower school by nurturing strong minds and brave hearts.
Empowering girls to develop their potential as scholars and leaders.
Developing self-confident young women through a challenging intellectual education.
We know girls! Join us as we share parenting tips for your daughter’s social and emotional transition from Preschool or Kindergarten pandemic learning to summer camp fun, and back to school as they begin a new adventure in Kindergarten or First Grade in the fall.
Join us for a lunchtime virtual meet on Wednesday, June 16 at noon for a candid conversation about your daughter’s transition into a post-pandemic environment in the coming months!
Registration is required. We encourage you to submit your questions in advance!
Mrs. Jervis planned fun hands-on activities to learn about the ancient civilization of Egypt.
Learning the Rock Cycle is "hard" and fun with Earth Science teacher, Mrs. Mullan.
Three SHA alumnae from the Classes of '95, '08 and '16 spent time on Veterans Day with middle school students in a virtual assembly discussing their experiences serving in the military.
In art, students decorated golf balls to donate to the Bunkers in Baghdad not-for-profit organization.
Sacred Heart Academy's 8th-grade attended the 12th annual Middle School Diversity Conference at the Haverford School. Over thirty-eight local schools attended the conference. One of SHA's students, Paige Redmond received honorable mention for her poem about diversity.