Upper School

A contemporary, classics and liberal arts, college preparatory education in the Sacred Heart tradition, with a supportive and personalized mentor relationship and exciting experiential programs form the structure of the Upper School experience at Academy of the Sacred Heart.

Sacred Heart students learn to question, to speak out and to take risks. Their intellectual curiosity is cultivated through the development of a discerning mind and spirit. They approach life full of faith and with an active concern for others. Each of our graduates is prepared not just to succeed, but to take a place of leadership in a diverse and increasingly complex world.

School Hours & Contact Information

Upper School classes are in session from 7:30 a.m. - 3:05 p.m., Monday - Friday. To contact the Upper School Office, reach out to Norma Meier at 248-646-8900 x220 or email nmeier@ashmi.org.

Upper School Administrators

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Korin Visocchi, Ph.D.
Upper School Director
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April Wilcox
Dean of Girls, Grs. 5-12
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Gretchen Parks
US College Counselor
248-646-8900 x203

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