Uliana Dolinna, a 14-year-old Ukrainian refugee, scours Instagram for news of her friends now scattered across the globe.
What's up around the Sacred Heart campus?
Rosary Campus News
After four years of learning the games and honing their skills, Sacred Heart students were well rewarded for their efforts in the 2021-2022 games with the following "thinker" awards
MathCON 2022 announced their Photo Contest Winners, and three ASH student photos placed 1, 2 and 3!
Middle School math teacher, Peggy Armstrong, created an exciting project for 5th grade students to promote their knowledge and interest in Math and Engineering ... a.k.a., the Pinewood Derby D'ASH at Sacred Heart.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) recently announced the 2022 Louisiana Students of the Year Grand Finale celebration with this year’s Student Of The Year being named Ava McGoey '24, of Sacred Heart.
Each year the Academic Games League of America (AGLOA) invites qualifying students to participate in the AGLOA Nationals competition to test students' mathematical, analytical and interpretative skills.
Mater Campus News
As a service project in celebration of Catholic Schools Week, Academy of the Sacred Heart students turned their Maker Space into a Glitter Den this holiday season. Then, they delivered door hangers for residents of Lambeth House in New Orleans
At 10 years old, Louise Hymel already understands that being able to vote is a privilege. The fourth grader at the Academy of the Sacred Heart School in New Orleans was eager to vote for her favorite children’s book, by using a real voting machine, during an election held in the school’s Mater Campus Library.
We had a great week celebrating Catholic Schools' Week in the Preschool and Lower School. The Nims Fine Arts Center and Mater Gym were filled with joyful hymns Monday as we began our week honoring our foundress, St. Madeleine Sophie Barat, as a school community.
The 4th grade welcomed the opportunity to talk to the financial experts at Hancock Whitney during their financial literacy fair about the mechanics of running a profitable business and personal banking.
This week, the three-year-old students had special visitors from Hancock Whitney Bank who reinforced all of their recent classroom lessons.
Governor John Bel Edwards wanted to personally thank first grader Landry Flettrich for a card that she mailed him.