Last weekend, a group of Upper School Students participated in the Sacred Heart University Science Olympiad Invitational. Competing against 24 other High Schools in their division Daphne Hartch '23, Kristin Morrow '23, Katrina Cheng-Slater '23, Gabrielle Wheeler '23, Fiona Powers '22 and Angélique Wheeler '22 represented team Sacred Heart Greenwich. Congratulations to Angélique Wheeler '22 who brought home a Gold Medal in the Epidemiology/Disease Detective Category! Next week, the team heads to Princeton University for another exciting competition.
Upper School Students Compete in Science Olympiad
It certainly didn’t take long for Caroline Fouts to make a positive impact as an eighth-grader on the Sacred Heart Greenwich squash team.
Fouts promptly earned the No. 1 spot on the team and was difficult to defeat throughout the season for the Tigers, who produced their best showing in program history at the 2020 U.S. High School Team Squash Championships.
Bishop Barron spoke to our Upper School community about how God is present even in this difficult time of coronavirus. Bishop Barron's message of hope and love lifted the faith and hearts of our community!
Assistant Head of Curriculum Linda Vasu shares the School's take on how to humanize virtual learning in the Greenwich Sentinel.
In a virtual ceremony streaming from the Sacred Heart Greenwich chapel, Head of School Pamela Juan Hayes ’64 inducted 16 members of the Class of 2020 into the Cum Laude Society on Monday, April 20, 2020.
Senior Alexa Choy’s research paper related to her science research internship at Mount Sinai in New York City has been published in a recent edition of SKIN, The Journal of Cutaneous Medicine.