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Welcome to the new year, Sacred Heart! Some of you are here for the first time. Some of you have been here for many years. The duration does not matter. What is important is that you are a "child of the Sacred Heart." Welcome home!
As the Class of 2023 prepares to disperse around the world in pursuit of their dreams, take a moment to watch this video and hear directly from these remarkable young women about their future plans. Congratulations!
Our students, from smallest to tallest, celebrated the Academy of the Sacred Heart senior class with the symbolic "Wave of the RSCJ." When the nuns were cloistered on campus, they would reach for a tissue to bid farewell to loved ones. The tradition continues in celebration of the Class of 2023!
A caring learning environment for boys and girls from birth to age 4
Offering a developmental approach to learning for girls and boys, PreK-Grade 1
Hands-on learning and instruction for girls and boys, Grades 2-4
Designed to answer the developmental needs of young women, Grades 5-8
Addressing the unique needs of young men, Grades 5-8
Strong, college preparatory curriculum for young women, Grades 9-12
170 YearsEducating leaders in metro Detroit
200+ Service HoursPerformed weekly by ASH students
$3.6 MillionAwarded to the class of 2020 in college scholarship offers
Low 12:1 Student-to-Teacher RatioEnsures each child is well-known
200 Sacred Heart SchoolsProviding connections worldwide
28 Acre CampusAccomodates outdoor and indoor hands-on learning
40+ Local CommunitiesRepresented by current families
"Wake up with gratitude. Help others, extending beyond your own needs; it's what we are taught at Sacred Heart. Embrace fear, challenge, and success. Dream big."
Bonnie's Speech to Graduates
"The mission of Sacred Heart education that we hear all throughout our time in school never really leaves us; it becomes part of us and our everyday life. I was prepared spiritually, mentally, and academically for each stage of my education."