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On March 4, the Primary School will host a Kindergarten Kick-Off from 8-9:30 a.m. Parents of a child who will be 5 years old before September 1 are invited to attend. Guests will tour the school, hear about the Kindergarten program from the teachers, interact with students and observe a math lesson. Read press release
On February 26, the Middle School for Girls held its third annual Science Day from 8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. The event featured hands-on student activities, including a visit from The Robot Garage of Birmingham, activities with Science with the Engineers, Inc. and a presentation by Michigan State University’s Science Theatre. Students also presented their science fair projects. Read media advisory.

Congratulations to Associate Head of School Judith Hehs, who was inducted as a member of the Michigan High School Tennis Coaches' Hall of Fame on Friday, January 30. She joins a distinguished group of coaches honored on the MHSTeCA Hall of Fame at the Genesis Athletic Club in Grand Blanc.

Senior Lauren Dumas' Global Publishing Center was featured in a recent article in The Michigan Catholic. The story highlights her presence at the AMASC conference and the grant she received through the Wentworth Global Scholars program.

    • SatFeb28 MSG Science Olympiad Regional Competition Detroit Country Day
    • SatFeb28 Moments of Silence 9:00 AM to 9:05 AM
    • SunMar01 Moments of Silence 10:45 AM to 10:50 AM
    • SunMar01 McCormick Basketball 12:00 PM to 7:00 PMField House, Dritsas Gym
    • MonMar02 LS Dr. Seuss Reading Day - students may wear pajamas to school
    • MonMar02 Moments of Silence 10:45 AM to 10:50 AM
    • TueMar03 KH/MSG Parent Portal Closes for Conference Sign-up
    • TueMar03 Moments of Silence 10:45 AM to 10:50 AM
    • WedMar04 ECP Parent/Teacher Conferences- Preschool 11:30 dismissal
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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 2014 was awarded +$3.5 million in college scholarships