Sacred Heart School is a Roman Catholic, educational community, dedicated to providing an integration of quality education with a lived holistic faith experience through the development of the students spiritual, academic, emotional, social, and physical potential and enabling the student to accept responsibility as steward of Gods gifts. Sacred Heart School is Archdiocesan Approved and State Accredited. A State and Archdiocesan Evaluation is conducted every five/six years. The most recent State Accreditation evaluation was in May, 2003. The Office of Catholic Education Approved Sacred Heart School Improvement Plan in 2004. Sacred Heart School continues to receive high commendations for its policies, curriculum, exceptional staff, and student relationships which surpass expectations for recognition.
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