An intense history competition was held to decide the winner of the "Constitution Bowl!" As part of the Social Studies curriculum, Middle School students research the US Constitution and the history that surrounds it.
Upper School students listened to a guest speaker from Cruisin' Smart® and learned about the dangers of distracted driving. The guest speaker told students to "choose your friends wisely." Students were encouraged to go home and discuss a safety plan with their parents or a trusted adult should they need to get out of a dangerous situation.
This year the Change for Change project collecting coins during Lent totaled $2275. This will be enough money to pay the tuition of three students in the 17-18 school year at the Sacred Hearts schools in Uganda.
For the second year, Sacred Heart collaborated with St. David's Church in Wayne on Project Ensonga. Last June, Project Ensonga delivered the first 500 kits to a school in Uganda.
First grade performed a little word surgery! The "Contraction" doctors were very busy. Doesn't or does not that sound impressive?
Anatomy students were fortunate to witness a real live lower leg surgery performed by an alumna's father.
Sixth grader, Emma Campbell '23 coordinated a gently used shoe drive to benefit Soles4Souls during lent.
Sacred Heart attendees were sent home with many seeds that they were encouraged to go and plant in the world with the many lessons and skills they learned at the conference.
Congratulations to Jennifer Britt '18, the Main Line Student of the Week!
The Class of 2022 combined art and religion creating "Pysanky", Ukrainian Easter Eggs during Lent in preparation for someone special at Easter.
Nine Sacred Heart students joined more than 130 Widener student-athletes, as well as coaches, serving as volunteers throughout the day on Saturday, April 12, as Special Olympians competed in the one-day invitational. Nearly 500 Special Olympians representing nine counties took part.
In an all-girls' school, we value the opportunities to highlight positive female role models.
To be considered for exchange, the student must have demonstrated responsibility and independence, the ability to mix well with other groups, have established a good rapport with her teachers and have made a positive contribution to the CDSSH community.
They say that everyone is Irish on St. Patrick's Day. It was quite the celebration on March 17th when everyone at Sacred Heart turned into Leprechauns!
Engineering Week in the Middle School exploded with creative and enthusiastic energy. The week concluded with a clever and challenging project designed and instructed by Mrs. Beverly McBrearty, Middle School Science teacher.
E. Piombino '18 has been selected as the Main Line Athlete of the Week!
Sacred Heart Basketball wins the District 1 Class 2A girls basketball championship on Saturday againts Bristol. The Lions won 57-30, at Council Rock South.
The Sacred Heart Crew Team delivered hand made heart pillows to the Lankenau Medical Center through their volunteer services. This team project is living proof of Sacred Heart goals One through Five in action.
Sacred Heart multicultural club had an assembly celebrating Black History Month for grades 7-12 that included history, commentary, music, dance and poetry.
Sacred Heart's Third Grade class contributes a chapter to 21st U.S. Poet Laureate's "The Technicolor Adventures of Catalina Neon!"
The collection will be distributed through the Nutritional Development Services of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and then to local food pantires.
During Engineers Week, each science teacher had an engineering activity, related to their subject, with hands-on exercises combining technical education with math, science and technology.
Sophomore Mary Dooner '19 leads the collection of prom dresses and accessories to benefit Cristo Rey High School.
Sacred Heart basketball advances to district finals by defeating Delco Christian.
Mrs. Catherine Scholl, Library Media Specialist, has been selected to attend prestigious program offered at Harrisburg University.
Middle School Class builds their own 3D house!
Several of Sacred Heart's second grade students demonstrated their sportsmanship, spirit, and talent on the basketball court.
Princess Rahman '18 has been selected to receive the High School Leadership Award – a $20,000 scholarship to Widener University over four years as an undergraduate
Main Line Times Girls Basketball Feature Story
At Kairos XXVI, the group learned about themselves and their peers through prayer, discussions, activities, and many "Kairos surprises!"
The combined expertise provided by guest speaker, Paul Sanfrancesco, and the resources offered by SafeStudents Online gave parents the opportunity to address issues before they become problems.
Members of Sacred Heart's Student Council and area High Schools discuss ways to improve the role of Student Council.
The award champions safety and recognizes secondary schools that provide safe environments for student athletes.
"Human trafficking is clearly an important issue, and one could state hundreds of reasons why that is." - Cathy Nguyen '19
Sacred Heart, Bryn Mawr's participation in the Network Exchange Program welcomes Katie Jane from New Zealand.
Through the Sacred Heart Fathers' Association, dads and daughters spread happiness and joy through a day of service with The Little Sisters of the Poor at The Holy Family Home.
Country Day School of the Sacred Heart alumnae from the '50's and '60's attend a Holiday Tea.
Please join us for a community meeting to discuss the SH wetlands restoration on Tuesday, January 24 at 7:00 p.m in the Harron Bruder Dining Room in the School House.
Congratulations to Eileen Piombino on your MLS of the Week.
Travel For Teens has sponsored successful Sacred Heart student voyages to France, Spain, and Greece, to name a few. Next up is Italy!
Congratulations to Nicole Watkinson, Class of 2020 on your winning Christmas card cover design.
Sacred Heart alumna, Alice Dagit, Class of '63 runs the local program where the Upper School gift collection will be sent.
Sacred Heart's Creative Little Hearts Club Performs Elflandia!
Alumna Helen Moran Locke, Class of 1953, was inducted into the Chester County Catholic Schools Hall of Fame.
Faculty & Staff read Untangled: Guiding Teenage Girls Through the Seven Transitions into Adulthood.
Code-a-Pillar inspired young students to be creative and think of solutions to activate the movement, sounds and lights.
Upper School French II students study French artists and create their own masterpieces.
Middle School students experience the joy of giving with a Reverse Advent Calendar.
The season ended with three championships, three trophies, and fifteen medals. This season was coach Kara Rufo's fourth season with the team. The assistant coach, Lauren Apakian, is the sister of Emily Apakian '16.