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Message from the Principal

Dear Friends, 
At Sacred Heart Catholic School, we are busily preparing for the new school year. We pray that the 2023-2024 school year will be a time of great growth in learning and in faith for the students of Sacred Heart Catholic School. 
Finishing touches are taking place on the school campus. The maintenance staff is working hard to make the school look its very best for the new school year. They have been busy painting, polishing, washing, and repairing throughout the summer months.  
Summer technology purchases have been made, and a wide array of instructional materials and textbooks have been purchased, including a new intermediate reading series. Instructional planning is taking place in order to provide an enriched, rigorous learning experience for students. 
For the coming year, there are several changes to the Sacred Heart Catholic School faculty. We are happy to welcome back the returning faculty members, as well as to welcome new teachers and staff members to Sacred Heart Catholic School. We are so blessed to have such a talented, dedicated team of educators who are dedicated to providing the students with an outstanding Catholic education. 
As we begin this new school year, we dedicate all of our efforts to our Lord Jesus Christ, and we pray for His continued blessings on our school and parish community.  May the Holy Spirit strengthen us, and bestow His grace on us, as we seek to do His work during the coming school year. 
In Christ’s love, 
Mrs. Beth Labreche 

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About Us

  • Blue Ribbon School Distinction U.S. Department of Education Award
  • 1,500 Number of hours our students generously shared in 12+ community service projects
  • 31 Number of students inducted into DUKE TIP
  • 40 7th and 8th grade students are members of the National Junior Honor Society