The Shrine of St. Philippine Duchesne has commissioned a Bicentennial medal, available in three finishes (non-precious, sterling silver, and vermeil). The front reads “Rose Philippine Duchesne, 1769-1852”; the back, “Established Sacred Heart Education in America, 1818.” Order online here or visit the Shrine office to view in person.
We invite all to join us for our second annual We Love ASH Open House. We’ll have hands-on activities in classrooms, student performances, tours of the school, Scholastic Book Fair, a hot chocolate bar, sweet treats and more! And new this year, Sunday Liturgy will be celebrated in the Shrine of St. Philippine Duchesne at 10 a.m.
We welcome anyone who would like to experience love and learning in action to join us at our ASH-travaganza Feb. 11! For more information, please call 636-946-6127, ext. 1620 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
It’s an exciting time to discover more about the Academy as we continue our 200th year! Schedule a visit to learn about our new program features– 1:1 laptops, three science labs, international language in PreK-8–and experience love of learning in action! Seeing our classrooms and talking with students and faculty are the best ways to get a sense of what makes our school unique. Join us for Talk and Tour Tuesdays at 9 a.m. For more information, contact Admissions Director Lisa Tebbe, email@example.com or 636-946-6127, ext. 1620.
Check out “Education Can Change the World,” a story about the Academy of the Sacred Heart in the Winter issue of Streetscape Magazine. Our 200-year history and who we are today are the focus of the article.
Many thanks to Mothers’ Club officers Dana Burns (secretary), Jackie Johannesman (president), Jessica Weeks (PCC Liaison), and Ali Harris (treasurer), who presented a check for $9,000 to Dr. Dempf at the Christmas Basket Mass Dec. 21. This amount represents the proceeds from the Mothers’ Club Gently Worn Uniform Sales and Breakfast with Santa event, and will benefit the school’s Sister Anna Mae Marheineke Student Enrichment Fund. (Not shown in the photo is Jeannie Boettler, vice president.)