Welcome From the Principal

People tell us we are the "best kept secret in Troy!" Our first class graduated in 1927, and Sacred Heart School has been ever growing and changing since then. The brick and mortar of our large building, in many ways, represents the solid, Christian, academic foundation that our students receive here. Our curriculum is aligned with the Common Core Standards that are in place throughout our country. In addition to the rigor of Common Core, all children receive instruction in Spanish, Music, Technology, Physical Education and Art. Our teachers are dedicated to the ministry of teaching young children, while also instilling the importance of good character, service to others and values. We invite you to call for a personal tour of our "great school with a big heart!"

Recent News Stories

Here is what our science lab looks like now. Photos taken by Sam C.

Science lab now…

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Here are a few gym photos taken by Sam Ciraulo, the project administrator.

The painting began and the floor awaits.

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Science lab will begin and the construction of a new Spring Avenue has begun.

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Did You Hear the News?

Our gym is currently experiencing a major makeover!  Over 20 volunteers will have painted the walls and a new gym floor will be installed.  Pictures to follow!

Our Science Lab has been prepped for a new floor and the parish will begin construction on a new front entrance any day now.

Registration for 2015-2016 is on-going and we would love to have you come and visit our school.  Please call 274-3655 to schedule a visit!

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The 2015 Classroom Supply Lists are Now Available

The School Supply Lists are ready for your review.

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SHS Summer Camp Brochure for 2015

Here is this year’s summer camp brochure: Camp Brochure (1)

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An Exciting Summer Assignment…

SUMMER

ASSIGNMENTS

Students entering grades three through six will be receiving a packet for their summer assignments. Please help your child to set a timeline or schedule of when to work on the assignments, so that the work is spread out over a course of time. A little at a time is much easier than procrastinating and then rushing to get it finished!

*Read the attached math flyer for your child’s summer math assignment.

Parent Letter 2015 (1)

 

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