Sacred Heart junior, Kayla Malcolm-Joseph, received the Racial Justice Scholarship award, presented by the YWCA for her "commitment to fostering diversity, equity, inclusion, and anti-racism in her school and community."
Sacred Heart sophomore, Jenny DiCapua, recieved a Youth Award from St. Vincent's Hospital Westchester for her commitment to community service.
Thirteen seniors were inducted into the Cum Laude Society, which recognizes graduating seniors for their academic excellence and scholastic achievements.
The cast and crew of Sacred Heart Greenwich's Upper School production of Annie discuss how their COVID-19 has impacted their rehearsal process.
Students in Greenwich have been uncovering the stories of enslaved laborers from Greenwich's history. In the spring, four small stones will be planted around the grounds of the Greenwich Historical Society to recognize and memorialize their lives.
Sacred Heart Greenwich seniors Ceci Duncan, Emily Newton and Beth Yeager have been named National Merit Scholarship Program Finalists.
Sacred Heart Greenwich seniors Isabel DeVita and Lily Santangelo were named candidates in the 2021 US Presidential Scholars program, which recognizes the nation’s most distinguished graduating high school seniors.
As part of the Education to Mission Speaker Series, Father Matt Malone, S.J., President and Editor-in-Chief of America Magazine, virtually addressed students and parents about the intersection of contemporary issues and Catholicism March 9. In his remarks, Fr. Malone offered spiritual guidance on how to utilize faith as solace during times of uncertainty and turmoil.
On February 25th, Upper School Spanish Teacher and Network Exchange Coordinator, Señora Montserrat Garcia presented at the Connecticut Association of Independent Schools' World Languages Conference.
Sacred Heart Greenwich senior Elizabeth Murray’s essay, "Science vs. God in Early American Literature," was selected for a panel at this year’s Writopia Lab Youth Essay Conference.