How will you change the world?
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 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.
The arts are integral to our philosophy of educating the whole child and are integrated across various curriculum starting in Little Hearts through Upper School.
What's an all-girls Sacred Heart education like? Admission is now hosting in-person and virtual tours open for age 1–grade 12.
Have a look around our two Sacred Heart campuses open for girls age 1-grade 12. Let's talk.
Let’s talk about the benefits of social and emotional learning as well as providing a faith-filled experience.
Learn how as stewards of God's creation, we are called to make the earth a beautiful garden for the human family.
Experiencing the unique culture of Nicaragua, engaging in the Spanish language, and meeting many amazing new people has given me a new perspective on the global reach that Sacred Heart students have to make a difference in the world.
-- Elodie '26
Spending time in Chinandega, Nicaragua allowed us to be selfless and compassionate. We were reminded of how fortunate we are and that there is much joy to be had without even the simplest of luxuries, such as water.
-- Adelaide '24
Financial literacy taught me the importance of teamwork, time management, and the constant need to problem solve ... everyone should take this class if given the opportunity.
-- Julia Wood '23
Sacred Heart is a rich, generative school culture that creates a deep sense of belonging in anyone who becomes a member. It's a community led by highly courageous women who remind us of our history and on whose shoulders we stand.
-- Emma Mattesky '09
The time spent researching, practicing, and participating in SharkTank was the most inspiring aspect of the Financial Math Literacy class because it instilled confidence and courage in me after having to present in front of a large audience.
-- Devron Barreca '22
I have always been interested in fashion and art, and the idea of combining the two was very interesting to me … Sacred Heart has always encouraged me to pursue what I am passionate about.
-- Sophia S '23
Sacred Heart has become a symbol of everything I love and appreciate most in life – a strong education, loving family, lifelong friends, and a vibrant city. Sacred Heart is more than a school; it's my foundation.
-- Ariane Callender '08
At Sacred Heart, I learned that I had a proclivity for math. An introvert at heart, I was constantly challenged to build up my confidence and break out of my shell.
-- Trishala Bhansali '06
Through my 16 years at ASH, I was always encouraged to pursue what I was passionate about, and this support within the community has played a big part in my decision to continue my arts instruction.
-- Laney Calhoun, '22
For me Sacred Heart opened minds and opened doors. I was particularly influenced by learning French at a very young age and really fell in love with the language and the culture.
-- Amelia Irion '89
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