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Welcome to the Sacred Heart Academy Alumni web pages. We invite you to use this site to explore the many new things about Sacred Heart Academy and the Alumni Association. Whether you live in the Mt. Pleasant area or live hundreds of miles away, this section has been created to keep you connected with the school and its programs.

As a SHA graduate, there are a number of ways to stay in touch with SHA or re-connect with your former classmates and friends. The Alumni Association plans an Alumni Reception in the Parish Center each year during homecoming weekend. 

Congratulations to our Sacred Heart Academy Class of 2024!



Alumna of the Year

Wendy (McConnell ‘ 91) Endres says she was completely surprised to receive the top Alumni Award for 2023.  “I’m sure there are others more deserving,” she said. “I am only doing my part to help where and when I can.”  But helping, where and when she can, is a whole lot of help. 
Wendy has been the Chairperson of the SHAgala dinner/auction for the past seven years and has worked not only to involve new parent volunteers but has been in the lead role as the 2023 event logged its highest proceeds ever, breaking records for SHAgala income and for donations to the teachers.

Wendy has been a classroom volunteer, chaperoned field trips and 5th & 6th grade leadership camp, and has been actively involved in athletics to support the sports her boys play.   She and her husband, Ryan, who is a past president of the SHA Athletic Association, have teamed up on many efforts for the Academy.  They have volunteered for parish events and sold parish raffle tickets in addition to SHAgala cash raffle tickets.  
See the complete story in the April 2023 issue of the ALUMNI NEWS.

Wendy (McConnell ‘ 91) Endres is pictured with her Sacred Heart Academy Students. Joseph (left) is a freshman, and James (right) is a junior.

Wendy (McConnell ‘ 91) Endres receives her award from Alumni Association Director, James Thering.

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(April 2024)

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