Our Middle School Robotics Club, the Riveters, competed in their first ever FIRST® LEGO® League competition on Saturday, December 14. The Riveters placed 7th overall and received the Judges Award.
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Continuing a streak of several consecutive years, a team of Upper School financial literacy students have been named semi-finalists in the Trust Your Crazy Ideas Challenge (TYCIC), a partnership between Junior Achievement of Greater New Orleans (JA), the Brees Dream Foundation and The Idea Village.
Sacred Heart's Academic Games team won 2nd place in the elementary division of the New Orleans Academic Games League 2019-20 Propaganda tournament.
Seventy-two Middle School students qualified for Duke Talent Identification Programs (TIP) by scoring above the 95th percentile on a grade-level standardized test.
Twenty-four Sacred Heart alumnae returned to campus on Friday, October 18 to coach 8th grade students in the basics of interviewing and networking.
The environmental science class watched the True Cost documentary to learn about the consequences of fast fashion.
In observance of All Saints Day, the 4th Graders at the Academy of the Sacred Heart transformed into saints and were featured in several events throughout the day, including an all-school mass and Living Saints Museum.
Second grade students celebrated a Mass of Thanksgiving on May 22 to commemorate receiving the sacrament of First Communion.
As part of their study of oviparous animals, Little Hearts three-year-olds learned about creatures with feathers with a focus on the ostrich, hummingbird, and chicken.
Third and fourth graders hosted a reception for the opening of their student art show “Palette” on display at the Mater Campus from April 9-12.
Shape and color recognition is an important part of the Little Hearts one-year-old curriculum.
Third and fourth grade students at the Academy of the Sacred Heart performed with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra during a concert held in the Nims Fine Arts Center on the school's campus on February 20 to promote music education and expose children to the wonders of the symphony orchestra.