The mission of Sacred Heart's global education is to form students who are aware of their moral and ethical responsibilities in a globalized world.
We apply a design thinking mindset in our students to challenge themselves and create impactful solutions to real-world issues.
We infuse age-appropriate levels of awareness of and respect for our environment at the individual, family and community level.
As the media landscape changes online, we equip students with integrated digital technology at every level.
We teach students how to run their own small business in our financial math literacy course in partnership with PJ's Coffee on campus.
Add a great day of golf to your new year's resolution ... and our Helicopter Golf Ball Drop for a chance at $2,000.
Have a look around our two Sacred Heart campuses open for girls age 1-grade 12. Let's talk. How can we help?
What's an all-girls Sacred Heart education like? Admission is now hosting in-person and virtual tours open for age 1–grade 12.
Named in the top 3 of "Gambit's Best of New Orleans" Nursery/Preschool four years in a row.
You did it, you're on your way. Congratulations Class of 2020, go change the world each and every day.
Want to feel the Sacred Heart spirit?
Come "Spend a Day" at ASH – in class and around campus. Open to prospective students of 5-12th grade.
Being a leader means knowing people respect my work ethic, and they know that I am putting in the time and effort it takes to succeed.
My favorite role in NewsFlash is definitely anchoring. I really enjoyed working without a script ... it made filming so much more fun and more natural on screen. MADDIE, 20
NewsFlash and Digital Media are really fun classes. ASH introduced the responsibility of electronics to us during Middle School, which really prepared me to work in the digital media environment.
I like doing smart things … playing with play doh and coloring pictures. I love being with my friends, singing songs and it was fun talking into a microphone.Cecilia, 33
I love the sciences, specifically anatomy and physiology. Medicine and working with the human body has always fascinated me.SHANNON, 20
Cherish the time with your class because the time really does fly by. There is nothing like the bond that Sacred Heart girls have with each other, so make the most of it.Pierce, 20
We have an amazing Innovation Lab with so many gadgets and tools ... when I first learned to program robots, I thought, ‘Wow, this opens me to a whole new world.’
Global Exchange has really changed the person I have become by giving me the opportunity to learn on my own. I hope everyone takes the chance to visit somewhere, learn and experience the differences.
I am beyond grateful for all parts of my education, but being in a Catholic school with women who motivated and believed in me changed my life and my world. ELISE, 18
Having a desire to put the needs of others before my own has motivated me to help those in my community … the empathy and understanding I develop from each experience contributes to my passion for serving others. emily, 21
Global Exchange is an easy way to travel, explore, and learn about another country's culture. I met new people who have become lifelong friends … I have gone to Greenwich, Connecticut; Vienna, Austria; and Lille, France. elise, 21
[Distant learning] keeps me connected to my classmates, teachers, and classwork. I am thankful that Sacred Heart has implemented a program to keep us going through this challenging time.SOPHIA, 20
In Financial Literacy, we learned the ins and outs of everything business. I know about mortgages, insurance, liability, working with coworkers, scheduling, loans, grants … this class made me ready for the business world. Avery, 19
First Sacred Heart school in NOLA, Mater Admirabilis
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Home of 95 State & Runners-up athletic titles
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