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We are spreading the GOOD NEWS about Catholic Schools. We are open, on campus, and in-person everyday following NC State Covid Protocols. We offer a rigorous academic curriculum, many opportunities for outdoor learning, physical fitness and sports, leadership and virtues classes, and most importantly - in a FAITH filled environment!
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Annual SGA Canned Food Drive

Our Student Government Association (SGA) officers, along with our mascot FIN and his friend Baby Shark, lead our school in service with their Annual Canned Food Drive. Students bring your donation to your homeroom. Any other donation, please bring to the school office.
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Sacred Heart Serves

Our students LOVE to serve! Members of our Honor Society serve at Rowan Helping Ministries weekly - packing bags of food for needy families in our community!
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Sacred Heart wins $10,000!!

Sacred Heart teachers - Mrs. Hillary Shores and Mrs. Callie Michaels - each won $5000 from by the N.C. Outdoor Heritage Advisory Council.
The $10,000 will support outdoor learning spaces at the school and science, technology, religion, engineering, arts and math programs.
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Center for Creative Leadership Partnership

Sacred Heart School has recently partnered with the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL). Their research with schools has illustrated that leadership development is not just for those in traditional leadership positions. On the contrary, leadership development can occur with students as young as 4. We cannot wait to introduce this leadership program within our virtue program beginning in August.
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Rosetta Stone at Sacred Heart!

We are excited to announce that Sacred Heart has transitioned from offering up to 24 different languages from Rosetta Stone to our middle school students...to now offering a selection of foreign languages to our upper elementary classes. Our students are able to choose an individual learning path to language success. Spanish, French, Chinese, Latin...anyone?
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