Sacred Heart School is a private, Catholic, co-educational learning community for students in preschool through grade 12. As a sponsored ministry of the Sisters of Divine Providence, we strive to inspire minds, define character and encourage responsible leadership through a curriculum that prepares students to pursue knowledge now and throughout their lives. In the tradition of the Sisters of Divine Providence, we seek to develop a community of faith that encourages students to act with compassion, to work for a just society, and to pursue opportunities to develop and share their God-given talents in service to society.
Sacred Heart’s educational philosophy calls us to nurture in ourselves and in others a trust and confidence in God’s faithful presence. As a Catholic School, Sacred Heart is committed to providing our students with a rigorous curriculum, and responding to evolving teaching methods and advances in technology. Thus, we offer a diversified liberal arts curriculum that includes academic, spiritual, cultural, athletic and social opportunities designed to stimulate individual creative, physical and spiritual development.
● The Science Center was completely renovated in 2014-2015 and includes all new labs with state of the art technology capabilities. Labs include Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Physical Science, Earth & Space, and Technology.
● Sacred Heart also has an Observatory with a Celestron EDGEHD 11 telescope on campus. The observatory is used by science classes and the Astronomy Club.
● In 2015 we had 15 AP Scholars with Honor or with Distinction, etc., and in 2016, we had 22 Scholars with Honor or Distinction.
● In 2015, Sacred Heart had two National Merit Commended Scholars, and in 2016, we had five National Merit Commended Scholars
● In 2014, Sacred Heart students earned perfect scores on the National Latin Exam.
● Sacred Heart has launched a new Robotics Club, giving students the chance for deeper exploration of engineering and robotics principles.
● Students who qualify can take part in an expansive program of Virtual High School courses as juniors or seniors.
● 12 Championship Sports Teams
● #2 Prose and Poetry Speaker in the Country
● State Champion in Prose and Poetry Speaking
● #4 Middle School Speaker in the Country
● Both our Student Newspaper and Literary Magazine won first place recognition from the American Scholastic Press Association
● 7 Students Qualified to Compete at the State Science Fair at MIT
● Our Quiz-Bowl Team has qualified to appear on television in regional competition
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- Computer Science
- European History
- US History
- World History
- Creative Writing
- Cultural Club
- Foreign Language
- Honor Society
- Math Team
- Model United Nations
- Musical Instruments
- Peer Leadership
- Student Goverment
- Vocal Performance
- Year Book
- Cross Country
- Swimming & Diving
- Track & Field
Kingston is a coastal community in Southeastern Massachusetts located about 35 miles south of Boston. Kingston was named one of the “Top Spots to Live” by the Boston Globe in 2014. The Town of Kingston has been active in protecting open space, acquiring several large parcels as public lands for open space, conservation and recreational purposes. The Recreation Department promotes programs for youths, and is especially proud of its athletic field complex. Several waterfront areas provide access for boating, swimming and shellfishing.Its convenient proximity to Boston and Cape Cod allows for easy trips into the city or to the beach.
Only a short drive or train ride from Kingston, Boston is a great destination for cultural exploration. With over 40 academic institutions, the magnificent Boston Common with masterful flower gardens, fine harbor views, world class restaurants, the Italian-flavored North End, some fascinating museums, the historic Freedom Trail, and a compact layout tailor made for walking, the Boston area is a great place to live and study