- Student Life
CONGRATULATIONS! Congratulations to our principal, Mr. Jensen; he will be honored this month as one of the Archdiocese Educators of the Year. Please consider submitting a video to the Catholic Schools Office sharing what Mr. Jensen means to you and your student.
HYBRID LEARNING MODEL: Our Hybrid Remote Learning Model will continue until at least September 24 unless the Douglas County Health Department recommends complete remote. GROUP A will continue attending in person learning on Mondays and Tuesdays. GROUP B will attend in person learning on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Fridays are remote learning days for everyone until at least September 24, 2020
Thank you for your interest in Sacred Heart School. Sacred Heart enrolls students of all faiths with the understanding that students will attend religion classes and participate in religious practices as appropriate with the teachings of the Catholic Church. The school's faith-based education incorporates in its programs a respect for all religious traditions. We offer students in kindergarten to eighth grade an education program that promotes excellence, development of life skills, social responsibility and faith development. We desire to be a good partner with parents who are anxious to support our program, and their child, through example, participation in school events, and monitoring of homework, grades, and skill development.
We serve the north Omaha community that is bounded by Cuming Street on the south, Ames Street on the north, the Missouri River on the east, and 40th Street on the west. Though we are a Catholic school and teach Catholic doctrine and traditions, our school is open to students of all faiths. The cost of a Sacred Heart education is $9,100 per student, however all of our families are eligible for financial aid & scholarships. Due to fundraising activites, applications for grants, and scholarship programs, we have been successful in making our program affordable to the families of our neighborhood.
We keep our class sizes small, usually 15 to 20 students in a classroom, so our total enrollment is approximate 130 students. A traditional elementary school curriculum is offered with the addition of religion class and a Life Skills program.
Our admittance priorities are as follows:
Kindergarten Roundup is held in the spring. We encourage you to register for the first Kindergarten Roundup as spots fill up quickly. Please see the calendar for Kindergarten Roundup dates.
Please contact Lisa Jackson to set-up a tour or answer any questions about enrolling at Sacred Heart School (402) 455-5858