Sacred Heart Catholic School shares in the contemporary teaching mission of Jesus by participating in His educational ministry through the promotion of academic excellence and the development of a community of faith and service. Sacred Heart School respects the dignity of each child as a unique individual and recognizes the parent as the primary teachers of their children. Sacred Heart School proclaims the good news of Jesus Christ to youth through example, instruction, and participation in liturgical prayer; forms a school community where Christian values are learned and lived; teaches the doctrines and traditions of our Catholic faith on a daily basis; provides a learning environment which fosters academic excellence in a broad curriculum; provides an environment where students can grow in responsibility and inner discipline, capable of choosing freely in conformity with their conscience; forms a community that respects and values the ethnic, racial, cultural, and religious diversity of the entire community; and instills an awareness of the needs of the people in the parish, in the local community, and in the global community; provides opportunities to meet those needs.
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