At the high school level Sacred Heart functions as a college prep school with core classes focusing on science and math. Many classes use college textbooks. Some juniors and seniors, in fact, often earn college credit. High school students are required to take two years of Spanish or Latin, and those in grades 11 and 12 study calculus at the neighboring community and technical college. In the spring, every student in grades 7-12 takes part in a week long interim where they may take a course not normally offered in our curriculum, such as sewing or robotics. Other students engage by job shadowing local professionals, where they witness careers ranging from pharmacy to electronics to computer-assisted drafting.
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Full science offerings (dual college credit options on campus)
Mathematics courses (PSEO college credit options off campus)
Business & Technology courses
Language Arts courses (dual college credit options on campus)
Social Sciences courses (dual college credit options on campus)
Career Development elective
Visual Arts (8-12th)
General Music and Choral performance (7th)
Concert Band (7-12th)
Concert Choir (8-12th)
Music Theory elective
Spanish (2 year requirement)
Theology Courses (7-12th)
Christian Service Learning elective
Journalism & Yearbook/Photography
Daily Prayer &Weekly Liturgy
Beyond the classroom (Week-long enrichment Program)
Course offerings vary each academic year based on interests of the students.
Clubs & Organizations
National Honor Society
Fall & Spring Drama
Select Concert Choir
Concert Choir & Band
Chess Club (JH)
Girls – Volleyball, Basketball, Softball, Track, Soccer, Tennis, Cross Country, Swimming & Diving, Soccer, and Trap Shooting.
Boys – Football, Basketball, Wrestling, Baseball, Track, Swimming & Diving, Soccer, Tennis, Cross Country, and Trap Shooting.