Tuesday was a fun and exciting day at the Academy with Mardi Gras and Valentine’s Day parties. A big thank you to all the parents who contributed, organized and/or were present as leaders in the festivities.  
 
We launched the liturgical season of Lent with an all-school Ash Wednesday Liturgy.  During the liturgy each person received ashes on their forehead.  The meaning of the ashes is often brought up as a question—especially by the younger children. …click here to read more.

Are you curious about the Academy of the Sacred Heart? Come learn more at our Talk and Tour Tuesdays.

With so many educational options in the area, it can be challenging to find the best school for your family. But imagine your child happily growing in a place where students are energized and eager to learn … where courtesy is modeled and expected … where students become confident and capable learners … where graduates are prepared to succeed, lead and contribute … where love is taught by loving!

Join us for a Talk and Tour Tuesdays Feb. 9, 16 and 23, beginning at 9 a.m. Please contact Admissions Director Lisa Tebbe to schedule your visit.

This week, in a particular way, we proudly claim our heritage and participation as a Catholic School. It is an opportunity to be reminded of the gift and responsibility we have to enthusiastically educate to the message of Jesus Christ, whose Heart most perfectly reveals the depth of God’s very personal Love to and for each of us!

Within the Church, different gifts, or charisms, are given to both people and groups of people. As a Sacred Heart Catholic School, our charism flows from our founding congregation, the Society of the Sacred Heart, whose mission within the Church has always been this:

To discover (know) and reveal (manifest) God’s Love as we have come to know that Love in and through the Heart of Christ!

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People are still commenting on the joy that was palpable at Jane Cannon’s retirement party Jan. 16. Three hundred of her nearest and dearest turned out to fete her for 41 years of beautiful service, and to wish her much-deserved happiness in the years ahead. A liturgy in the Shrine was followed by a cocktail reception in the Conference Room, parlor, hallway and Cribbin Hall library. Jane’s friends shared celebratory remarks, and a very special visitor (aka St. Philippine) made an appearance. Our thanks to the many volunteers who hosted this party, and to Bill Slaughter for taking many of these photographs.