Sacred Heart Catholic School offers a well-rounded, academic program within the context of the Catholic faith. Our program includes opportunities for community outreach, competitive sports, and much more. We open our doors to all regardless of race, color, national or ethnic origin, but are limited by capacity. Final decisions for admission or re-admission rest with the principal. Applications for Little Hearts (Pre-Kindergarten 4), Kindergarten, and First Grade must abide by state law regarding minimum age requirements for school entrance.
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The teachers are truly invested in our children’s spiritual and scholastic education. They are passionate about seeing their students succeed. The administration helps creates an environment of kindness, responsibility, and leadership to make Sacred Heart a successful educational experience for the students.
All four of my own children attended Sacred Heart and were well-prepared for higher grades. All four of my children still currently have friends from Sacred Heart. Also, I’m glad I teach at a Catholic school because I feel like I can truly be myself, and express my love and zeal for God openly.
We are always looking toward Christ to guide us in both our teaching and our interaction with students, parents, and peers.
We honor our military throughout the school year and I love it because I get to hear their stories, every Christmas each class gets to decorate a Christmas tree, and every Thanksgiving we invite parents to a feast, and much much more. These moments are great because it's an amazing bonding time between families and our school family.