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Seniors Renee Cole and Arianna Farina created an environmental club, the Green Team, with the primary goal of raising money for a water bottle refilling station in the Upper School. As a result of multiple fundraising efforts and a generous donation from PAASH, they have met their goal of $980 and the water station will be installed in the coming months. Congratulations!

This year's Holiday Online Auction is NOW OPEN and runs through December 11 at 10 p.m. Register your mobile device to join in the fun. There is also a "Buy It Now" option - so if there's something you just can't pass by, you don't have to!
On November 17, the ASH community blessed the items donated for Thanksgiving baskets, which were then loaded onto buses by our Upper School students and transported to Lighthouse of Oakland County, where they will find a home with families in need of a little help this holiday season. This living symbol of Goal 3 is a part of the #ASHDifference for which we are grateful this time of year and always! View more photos here.
At ASH, faith, academic excellence, service, integrity and informed decision-making shape our mission. We invite you to take a look at our viewbook to see what sets Sacred Heart apart from other schools. You can also learn more about the #ASHDifference on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
  • December 2016
    • FriDec09 ECP Christmas Program 8:30 AM to 10:00 AMDritsas Gym
    • SatDec10 US Christmas Dance 7:30 PM to 10:30 PMAuditorium
    • SunDec11 McCormick Basketball 11:30 AM to 7:00 PMField House, Dritsas, Cyber Cafe, (occasionally Bauervic Gym)
    • TueDec13 KH/MSG Grs. 5 & 6 Math Olympiad
    • TueDec13 KH Christmas Concert 7:00 PM to 8:00 PMChapel
    • WedDec14 165th T-Shirt Day
    • WedDec14 KH/MSG Grs. 7 & 8 Math Olympiad
    • WedDec14 ASH Booster Club Meeting CANCELLED 8:00 AM to 9:30 AMParlor Dining Room
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 2016 was
awarded +$3.6 million
in college scholarship offers.