- 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
At Sacred Heart School, student’s get a chance to experience more than just a quality education. We strive to provide students with a mix of activities and events that allows them to flourish.
Sacred Heart School offers basketball, volleyball, and soccer for those students interested in physical activity. Teams can begin in grades as young as first grade. Parents, teachers and volunteers work together to teach team building and sportsmanship.
The clubs at Sacred Heart School are the most popular outlets for students. Parents volunteer alongside teachers to give students an opportunity to explore their interests in areas such as:
Arts and Crafts
In addition to sports and clubs, students can look forward to participating in 3 major celebrations that recognizes our unique and diverse community : Black History Month, Hispanic Awareness Month and Culture Night at Thanksgiving.