Serving a suburban population north of Cincinnati, Sacred Heart School offers academic/arts curricula rooted in the gospel in the Catholic tradition. Most of our graduates continue in Catholic high schools including Badin High School (Archdiocesan co-ed), Ursuline Academy (girls Catholic, private), St. Xavier (boys Catholic Jesuit private), and others. Standardized tests reveal achievement at or generally above predicted levels and national/archdiocesan averages. Sports include basketball, football, volleyball, cheerleadingBandChoruses (secular and liturgical)Service projects Family AtmosphereQuiet, orderly, disciplined environment
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