This year, 30 Sacred Heart students qualified for State Rally, seventeen of whom placed in the top three in their respective subject areas (6 in first place, 6 in second place and 5 in third place).
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Rosary Campus News
Sacred Heart is proud to announce that four of our outstanding students have achieved the prestigious status of National Merit Scholarship Finalists.
On Monday, February 19, 2024, Academy of the Sacred Heart celebrated the induction of eight new members into the Rosary's Très Bien Society.
Academy of the Sacred Heart is proud to be a recipient of @CollegeBoard's Female Diversity Award for AP Computer Science Principles.
On December 15th, Sacred Heart's Upper School orchestrated a remarkable Day of Service in conjunction with the school's celebration of Basket Mass.
Academy of the Sacred Heart is recognized for student success in Advanced Placement program while broadening access. Sacred Heart had 84% of seniors who took at least one AP exam during high school, 76% of seniors scoring a three or higher on at least one AP exam, and 46% of seniors who took five or more AP exams!
Mater Campus News
On Wednesday, January 17, one of the third grade classes led a reading of Be A King: Dr. Martin Luther King's Dream and You by Carole Boston Weatherford.
Award-winning playwright and director, Arlene Hutton, came from New York City to visit with the third grade students in preparation for their Women of Character play.
Award-winning author and illustrator Don Tate visited Preschool & Lower School students on Thursday, November 9th.
On October 26, author Emma Bland Smith visited with students in PK-4th grade to talk about her book, Claude: The True Story of a White Alligator.
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.