Dedicated administrators, teachers and staff
While parents are the primary educators of their children, our academy provides a "second home" in a collaborative community of parents and educators, where morals and values are supported and complemented by those who serve as role models in the faith. Many SHA school alumni share lifelong memories and relationships with those persons who taught, coached, or simply encouraged them with a kind word or smile.
High academic standards
SHA students are encouraged and challenged to achieve their fullest potential as individuals. Year after year we continue to exceed local and state performances on the Michigan Educational Assessment Program (MEAP) test for all grades tested. 98% of 2009 SHA high school graduates went on to attend a college or university.
Our schools educate the "whole" child – mind, body, and soul. Through a solid academic core, variety of extracurricular offerings, and opportunities to worship and practice the faith, students are given the tools to build a strong foundation for life and become contributing members of their community and Church.
Safe and structured learning environment
Students learn best in an atmosphere where they feel safe, valued, and cared for. SHA has high standards for student behavior and appearance, which fosters self-discipline, confidence, responsibility, and respect for all persons.
God Bless you,
Mr. Denny Starnes
Sacred Heart Academy