at 5800 & 5820 Spring Garden Rd, Halifax, B3H 1X8 Canada
Founded by the Society of the Sacred Heart, Sacred Heart School of Halifax is part of the international network of Sacred Heart Schools.
At Sacred Heart School of Halifax, it is our belief that true education means addressing the mind and spirit of each child. Girls and boys learn differently. Our approach towards teaching and learning addresses the needs of the whole child. We welcome students of all faiths, creeds and cultures, and provide them with the education they need to fully engage their world. Sacred Heart School of Halifax is an independent Catholic school that educates students intellectually, spiritually, emotionally, and physically in a caring and trusting environment. Our heritage and Sacred Heart spirit inspire commitment to value-based education relevant to a pluralistic student body.
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Congratulations to Lala Lee! Lala won the Nova Scotia Youth Orchestra Concerto Competition 2015-2016. She will perform a solo concerto with NSYO in Nov. 2015. This is a great accomplishment,
Congratulations to SHHS student, Anya Friesen, who is a 2015 Vimy Pilgrimage Award winner and yesterday she and nineteen other award winners from across the country left for Paris. They will spend three days in the Vimy Region, commemorate the 97th Anniversary of Vimy Ridge on April 9, visit Passchendaele and Ypres, and spend a couple of days in Paris.
Admissions Open House, Tuesday March 31 @ noon Drop in or RSVP! 902-422-4459 or email@example.com
In celebration of International Women’s Day, the Junior League of Halifax will be presenting a free screening of the film "The Empowerment Project". Sunday, March 29, 2015, 2:30-4:30 pm at the Halifax Central Library (room 301). Panel discussion will follow. Suitable for ages 8 and up. The Empowerment Project: Ordinary Women Doing Extraordinary Things is the incredible journey of 5 female filmmakers driving across America to encourage, empower, and inspire the next generation of strong women to go after their career ambitions. Created for women by women, they challenge the audience to ask themselves, "What would you do if you weren't afraid to fail?"
Sacred Heart is open today!
The best of luck to Sacred Heart High School students Rory Flynn and Mattea Roach who will be representing Canada at the Oxford University Debate Tournament over the break.
At the end of January some of our students participated in the North American Computational Linguistics Olympiad and we learned last week that Emma McLean, Grade 11, placed first in the province. She now goes on to the Invitational Round which takes place at Dalhousie University on March 12. Good luck, Emma!
Admissions Tour today at Sacred Heart from 12-1pm. Drop by on your lunch hour to see the school. For further information, contact Robyn Erickson at firstname.lastname@example.org 902-422-4459
The Alumnae/i/Passport Event on August 28th has been cancelled.
SHSH Needs Manager of Facilities Oper: Maint. & Projects + supervise cleaning. Info/Apply: Brian Lumsden (email@example.com), 902-422-4459
Debate Team Canada has advanced to the semi-finals, happening tomorrow. Today, they defeated Pakistan in Octofinals, and China in Quarterfinals, both unanimous decisions (5-0). They face South Africa tomorrow. South Africa is thus far undefeated in the tournament, and handed Canada its only defeat in the round-robin portion of the tournament. After the China debate, and before they knew the results, Aislin Flynn, Sacred Heart alumna and judge, posted this update on Facebook: "This is the best we've seen this lineup work together. A very, very strong case and exceptional rhetorical performance. If we go out now there was nothing more this intelligent group of kids could have done. They rock." They are in fine form; they CAN slay the dragon tomorrow. All prayers and well-wishes gratefully accepted!
Our Admissions Office is open all summer! Please contact Robyn Erickson, Admissions Director, for a tour. 902-422-4459 or firstname.lastname@example.org Have a happy and safe summer!
Callie MacDonald, Gr. 9, was selected to represent the 13-15 NS Synchronized Swimming Team. There are 8 team members. She will be travelling to Quebec City during her March Break and to Winnipeg in the Spring for National Events. In addition to the team commitment, Callie will also be doing a duet. Good luck, Callie!
Sacred Heart Students Alex Gillis and Aristides Milios are involved with the Hoist Halifax event happening this Saturday. Hoist is run by them and is in partnership with Volta. It is a monthly meet up for kids in grades 7-12 who are interested in design, business and technology. The meeting this month is the first in their App Design Series and they are trying to get as many students to attend as possible. The event will take place at the Maritime Centre (1505 Barrington St) from 12:30-3:30 this Saturday, September 19 on the 7th floor. Pizza and prizes will be provided! Hopefully together we will be able to influence more youth in the areas of design, tech and business.
Congratulations to Rebecca Chipman, Gr. 7 and James Gerard, Gr. 7 who entered their poems into the Queen's Commonwealth Essay Competition last year. Their poems were amazing and each had the opportunity to read them during our Prize Day last year. They both received a Silver award. To put it in perspective, The Royal Commonwealth Society received more than 13,000 entries from over 600 schools in 49 Commonwealth countries and territories. Both the Senior and the Junior judging panels were impressed by the quality of the entries and in total over 3,000 participants won an award, Gold, Silver or Bronze. Quite an accomplishment for both of them!!
D'Arcy, alumna and former art teacher at Sacred Heart is giving a presentation tonight (Sept 9th) at the Halifax Central Library at 6:30pm The Centre for Art Tapes is thrilled to have supported D’Arcy Wilson as their Local Artist-In-Residence. The Local Artist-In-Residence program provides an opportunity for local media artists to experiment and develop new works involving audio, video, or new media. FREE Artist talk and screening of The Memorialist Using pseudo-documentary videos, gouache drawings and performances, crafted from research yet peppered with imagination, CFAT’s Local Artist-in-Residence, D’Arcy Wilson, resurrects the obscure historical fact that Halifax was once home to North America’s first zoo, formerly located beside the Armdale Rotary.