Fifteen Students were inducted into National Honor Society on February 25, 2021 in a ceremony held in the Rosary Chapel and livestreamed to the parents of each inductee.
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Rosary Campus News
Sacred Heart has earned the College Board AP® Computer Science Female Diversity Award for achieving high female representation in AP Computer Science A and expanding girls’ access in AP Computer Science courses.
During a month-long project, Middle School math teacher, Peggy Armstrong, led an exciting project to encourage 1st prep students' interest in Math and Science.
ASH student Shayde Randolph, Class of 2026, has been featured by St. Charles Avenue Magazine for her student activism!
At the beginning of the 2020-2021 school year, Aubry and her class knew that COVID guidelines would change their operations. What better lesson for an entrepreneur to teach her class than how to quickly adapt to changing requirements!
The Class of 2021 Senior Ring Celebration took place at the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis King of France on October 14, 2021.
Mater Campus News
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.
Peer relationships are still key during COVID Era learning. Since the initial COVID-19 shutdowns this past March, parents of toddlers have understandably been reticent to send their children to preschools, many opting instead to teach their tots the early basics themselves, at home
Preschool and Lower School students participated in developmentally appropriate, relevant, and engaging activities to learn more about the election process.
The 4th grade held their all Saints Procession in the Nims Center in observance of All Saints Day
This past spring, ASH student Cecilia Segura, Class of 2031, found a creative way to support a good cause during a time of great need in our local community.