I give to Sacred Heart, and will continue to do so, because the School is a place for women to grow to be independent, while still being cared for and nourished.  Sacred Heart, to me, means a place where learning is all encompassing, and gives girls the tools to change the world.

Lizzy Considine ’16, Georgetown University ’20

Joyful learning is fueled by the 2021-2022 Fund for Sacred Heart

Your support for the 2021-2022 Fund for Sacred Heart ensures a dynamic, forward thinking environment in which each girl can take on challenges, grow in understanding and empathy, and use her gifts to serve others.

The Fund for Sacred Heart -- with all contributions applied to the current school year -- holistically touches each student’s experience, and enhances academic innovation plus arts and athletic programs, faculty excellence, financial aid, and community strength. 

Together, we can raise $2,000,000 for the 2021-2022 Fund for Sacred Heart. Your generosity makes the difference in expanding the student experience in every way… supporting new, transformative opportunities across the school and in each division.

ACROSS THE SCHOOL

  • Leadership and wellness offerings
  • Expanding media literacy hands-on learning by the Core Media Innovation team
  • Support of Financial Aid to continue to make a Sacred Heart education accessible
  • All School Access Pass for National Coalition of Girls’ Schools conference on “ethically minded change makers”
  • Living our Mission initiatives, i.e. speaker series for our community
  • Live streaming technology for most community events and athletics, including outdoor fields and squash courts
  • Equipment and room upgrades for our Mara Strength and Conditioning facility
  • Supporting faculty to provide forward thinking pedagogy to help girls excel
  • Masters of Creativity, Design Thinking, and Innovators workshops funded for faculty professional development
  • All School Access Pass for professional development webinars and workshops offered by Connecticut Association of Independent Schools’ Learning Community Series

LOWER SCHOOL

  • Growing the Mustard Seeds Program including vertical gardens and aquaponics
  • All supplies and resources needed for grade-level capstone projects
  • Chess program in Barat Center
  • Farm to table lunch program
  • Fiddle and violin instruction
  • Outdoor classroom resources: outdoor chalkboards, supply bags, seats, winter cold frames
  • Mountain Workshop and Wilderness Survival Day
  • Sundials and bee boxes by the meadow

MIDDLE SCHOOL

  • Increasing wellness offerings specific to Middle School girls
  • Integrating technology into curriculum with project-based learning
  • Innovators workshop and design thinking workshop
  • Enhancing understanding through arts integration
  • Equipment to grow the theater and music program
  • Author visits organized by Directors of Library and Information Services

UPPER SCHOOL

  • Adding nationally known speakers, programming, and retreats to flex Wednesday
  • Enriching the Global Scholars program
  • Launching a sportscasting program to enable students to combine their passion for media and sports
  • Supporting Ice Hockey in its inaugural club sport season
  • Doubling budgetary allocations to performing arts program
  • Author visits to support interdisciplinary learning
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Sacred Heart Greenwich all-girls catholic private school giving fundraising fund for sacred heart

The Fund for Sacred Heart

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