Sacred Heart Student Wins Catholic Schools Art Award

In honor of Discover Catholic Schools in New England (DCSNE), the Catholic Schools Office ran its second annual DCSNE Art & Essay Contest. More than 600 students submitted entries and the chosen winners — along with their parents, principal and teachers — attended a celebration at the Pastoral Center November 15.

Congratulations to Sacred Heart student Elizabeth Fernandez who won the kindergarten award for her drawing with the theme, "Mary is our Mother."

DCSNE is an annual effort to encourage and inspire people to explore their local Catholic schools. During this special week in November, every diocese in New England celebrates Catholic Education and highlights the achievements of our schools. DCSNE focuses on enrollment, marketing, and encouraging new families to join the school community.

We congratulate all the winners: 
  • Kindergarten: Elizabeth, Sacred Heart School-Early Childhood Center, Kingston
  • Grade 1: Harlow, Saint Pius V School, Lynn
  • Grade 2: Mia, Saint John Paul II Catholic Academy, Lower Mills Campus
  • Grade 3: Kayla, Saint Patrick School, Stoneham
  • Grade 4: Kaylei, Immaculate Conception School, Revere
  • Grade 5: Cheyenne, Saint John Paul II Catholic Academy, Lower Mills Campus
  • Grade 6: Jaysen, Sacred Heart, Roslindale
  • Grade 7: Amia, Sacred Heart School, Roslindale
  • Grade 8: Sara, Saint Monica School, Methuen
  • Grade 11: Aniyah, Cristo Rey High School, Boston

Sacred Heart School

Elementary School: 781-585-2114 
Early Childhood Center: 781-585-2290
Sacred Heart School is a landmark educational institution on the South Shore providing students in preschool to grade 8 a top-tier private Catholic education for more than 70 years.