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Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it.”   —Proverbs 22:6


“We chose SHA not only for the excellence and high academic performance but for religious and moral values what will help in the nurturing of our kids. It’s an environment that will leave deep imprints in my kids for the rest of their lives.”  —Stephanie Enyioaha


“We chose SHA to support us in raising strong, Christian, Catholic children. We obviously want the great education SHA provides, but the most important gift is FAITH.”    —Anonymous

“I wanted to tell you how happy my  husband and I are with SHA. I truly appreciate the family atmosphere with friendly, positive faces. For me, the number one priority I place on my kids is kindness, and I appreciate that SHA provides several role models. The second priority is academics. I am so grateful for the high academic standards and expectations at SHA. I have experienced several colleges in my academic career, and SHA reminds me of the excellence which was expected at U of M. Don’t ever waiver in the pursuit of kindness and excellence, it will make these children leaders.” —Andrea Laney, mother of two elementary students


“We love the small class sizes and the caring Christian environment. Our children feel loved and supported academically.”   —Anonymous


“Great teachers | Faith-based education | Wonderful SHA community | Great clergy | Great friends | Great coaches | Great staff”  —The Pickens Family


“. . . only thing we miss is SHA.  [He] loved Sacred Heart, as did we. Good news, though, as he was SO well prepared for school here [in Madison]. He is at the top of his class, doing really well. The education he was getting at SHA was great. We are in a private school here, and had over 40 to pick from. Our view is that SHA stands with the best ! ! Good value there!”  ---Deborah Biggs, JD, moved to Madison, Wisconsin due to job relocation


“We chose a safe and challenging learning environment that includes learning about our Catholic faith.”  —Tony and Karmen Fox