The Cross Country team is off to a great start with a dual win this week!
Please join the Fathers' Association
September 24 and 25
9 am - 3 pm
The Board of Trustees and Faculty of
Country Day School of the Sacred Heart
request the honor of your presence
at the Installation Ceremony
of Deirdre V. Cryor, Head of School
Friday morning, September thirtieth
Two thousand and sixteen
at ten o’clock
Marie Cornelia Dooley Building
Reception in the Mansion
immediately following the Ceremony
RSVP by September 16, 2016
Volunteers: Mandatory Clearances
Pennsylvania State Child Protective Service law requires that all volunteers, who come into contact with or are responsible for children, submit clearances every 36 months.
Middle School students enjoyed a visit from guest author, Dianne Salerni. Mrs. Salerni presented a "Writing Emotion" workshop with a lesson on showing mood, temperament, personality and motivation through character body language.
These Olympians have all won medals in the 2016 games, but they are also united by another common factor: their Catholic education.
Congressman Meehan randomly selected CDSSH's name from area schools to wear our jersey at the Congressional Baseball Game for Charity this summer.
Through thoughtful dedication and vision, Sister Matthew Anita has led the school to its 150th year. With the combined efforts of the faculty and staff, supportive parents and loyal alumnae, Sister has transformed Sacred Heart into an exceptional and enduring educational institution. On June 30, 2016, Head of School, Sister Matthew Anita MacDonald, SSJ, Ph.D. will complete her ministry at Country Day School of the Sacred Heart after 24 years.
Country Day School of the Sacred Heart is pleased to announce the appointment of Deirdre Cryor as its next Head of School. The Board of Trustees unanimously and enthusiastically selected Miss Cryor following a national search. Sacred Heart Board Chair Charlie Reid commented, "Deirdre deeply shares our commitment to ensuring that our beloved Sacred Heart will endure for another 150 years as an independent, all-girls Catholic school steeped in tradition yet able to adapt to serve the needs of the next generation and generations to come."