Grades 7-12  

Sacred Heart’s well-rounded comprehensive curriculum is enriched with competitive athletics, award-winning arts, service learning, religious instruction and a variety of extracurricular offerings that develop the whole child in mind, body and spirit. Here students are not just a number; nor are they lost in a crowd. Each student is accepted and encouraged to join in and participate. SHA students benefit from an exceptional level of support and a wide array of opportunities to discover their passions, develop their talents and find a place to lead. Spiritual retreats and a commitment to service learning connect students with their community and the world at large. SHA Students graduate with the confidence to lead, and the desire to make a difference.                                               

Leadership Opportunities and Clubs Include:

Model UN, Quiz Bowl, Close Up, Student Senate, Destination Imagination, Builder’s Club, Technology Club, Forensics, Language Arts, National Honor Society, Miles for Miracles, Mass Music Ministry and Science Olympiad

Athletic Teams:

Girls: Basketball, Cross Country, Dance, Golf, Softball, Track and Volleyball

Boys: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf and Track

STUDENT SPOTLIGHT:



Christian Maloney, SHA' 17
 
Athlete, Percussionist, Scholar and Leader
  • Football, Basketball and Track & Field - team captain for football and basketball
  • Eucharistic Minister and Usher
  • Peforming Arts, Close Up, Teachers Aid

“When I taught U.S. History I used to always wonder how it was possible that so many men (Lincoln, Truman, Eisenhower, Johnson, Reagan, Clinton) were able to come from small towns or rural areas and become President. I realized that the smaller towns and rural areas gave them the opportunity to lead and be successful without being squeezed out by overwhelming numbers of competitors. I see a parallel theme at Sacred Heart Academy where the smaller sized classes, electives, and extra-curricular groups give students a wide variety of opportunity without being overwhelmed by sheer numbers.”

— Phil Durocher, Sacred Heart Faculty (32 years)