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Join us in celebrating the many achievements of our newest alumnae and alumni, the Class of 2018. The 40 Upper School graduates received more than $6.2 million in scholarship offers from dozens of colleges and universities nationwide. View the full list of college acceptances here. Visit Facebook for photo galleries from our year-end celebrations. Congratulations to these graduates as they step into promising futures!

On Monday, June 11, Head of School Sr. Bridget Bearss was inducted into the Detroit Catholic League Hall of Fame. Congratulations to Sr. Bearss and the many talented honorees who are part of our wider athletic community. Click here to watch Sr. Bearss' acceptance speech via Facebook.

Congratulations to the tennis team on their fifth D4 state championship in seven years! Gazelles also won five individual championships: Gerard '18/A. Keating '20 - #1 Doubles, Crosnier '19/K. Keating '18 - #2 Doubles, Monahan '18/Seneker '19 - #3 Doubles, Kakos '20/Myers '20 - #4 Doubles, and Beatty '21 - #3 Singles. View coverage on and in the Detroit Free Press. 

On May 8, the Academy of the Sacred Heart’s Board of Trustees unanimously voted to accept the recommendation of the Search Committee for Damian Hermann to become the Interim Head of School, effective July 1. Hermann will replace Sr. Bridget Bearss, who has been named the Executive Director of the Stuart Center in Washington, D.C. View the full press release here

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What's the ASH Difference?

ASH is part of a network of 24 Sacred Heart Schools in the USA / Canada and a global community of schools in 41 countries.

ASH educates boys from birth to Grade 8 and girls from birth to Grade 12.

The Class of 2017 was
awarded +$5.5 million
in college scholarship offers.