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."
Emily Apakian, '16 represented the Country Day School of the Sacred Heart at the 37th Archdiocesan Academic Honors Convocation on Tuesday, May 24, 2016, at the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul in Philadelphia.
Congratulations to the Middle School students at Country Day School of the Sacred Heart. You learned the value of a close-knit community and enbraced your opportunity to grow and learn from your teachers and your peers.