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Why Sacred Heart Academy?

As a parent or guardian, you have many options in choosing the right educational opportunity for your student. In fact, it is one of the most important choices you can make regarding your student’s future. By choosing a Catholic faith-based school, you are providing your student the spiritual and developmental skills they need to build a bright academic future. Our students are the leaders of tomorrow, developing in safe and nurturing environment that is conducive to academic excellence as well as a strong set of morals and values. At Sacred Heart Academy, students are prepared for higher education and a rewarding life.

A Smart Investment

A Sacred Heart Academy education is worth the investment. It’s money well spent. The education and values instilled at an early age will pay a lifetime of dividends. Sacred Heart Academy represents affordable excellence. In addition to a strong program in the “basics,” we add the significant “plus” of religious, moral, and spiritual development.

After School Programs

Sacred Heart offers an extended day care program “Bridges” for students from 3:15 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. The children have snack time, an opportunity to do homework, and play either in the multi-purpose room or outside as weather permits.

Non-Discrimination Clause

Catholic Schools, administered under the authority of the Catholic Diocese of Arlington, comply with those constitutional and statutory provisions, as may be specifically applicable to the schools, which prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, age, marital status, disability, national origin, or citizenship in the administration of their educational, personnel, admissions, financial aid, athletic and other school administered programs. This policy does not preclude the existence of single sex schools, nor does it conflict with the priority given to Catholics for admission as students. This policy also does not preclude the ability of the school to undertake and/or enforce appropriate actions with respect to students who advocate on school property or at school functions any practices or doctrines, which are inconsistent with the religious tenets of the Catholic faith.