In all grades, students receive enrichment programs in Spanish, music, art, physical education, and information digital literacy. The robust STEM curriculum is supported by outstanding resources including SPHERO robotics kits, a 3D printer, an a beautiful science lab. Learning is enriched with a variety of special programs such as Nature's Classroom - an annual 5th grade overnight program focused on the environment and teambuilding.
What do our families say about our school?
Numerous extra curricular activities are available at all grade levels. Clubs are held in six week sessions, three times a year on a rotating basis. Current offerings include: Chorus, Kids Fit Club, Mad Science Club, Chess Club, Girl Scouts, Pokemon Club, and Fashion Focus. Athletic clubs include: Instructional Soccer, Competitive Team Soccer, Karate, Volleyball Club, and Basketball Club.
Source: Parent Survey November 2019
- "The comprehensive nature of our child's academic experience is a huge advantage to a Sacred Heart education. The fact that our children are exposed to the arts, foreign language, library and technology, and physical education beginning in the preschool and pre-K years is exceptional. As an educator, I am very pleased that instruction is driven by student needs and that opportunities for challenging enrichment is offered when appropriate."
- "We truly value the overwhelming sense of community that has been established by the families that attend SH. We are ONE family."
- "Our children have always felt safe and at home in the Sacred Heart community. They are part of a family. The community is close-knit and our children have been able to take advantage of many unique offerings, from acting in musicals, to engaging in debates, playing sports, and taking elementary Spanish. We value the diversity of the people and the programming as well as the strength of the academic and athletic programs. Our children attend the school because they feel loved and special. They know God loves them and this love is reflected in how people treat one another. Furthermore, it is modeled for them through the active service in the community."