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The value of a Sacred Heart education

Can you put a value on the future? Probably not, but we think priceless is a good start.

100%

of our grads typically go on to university

68%

of our faculty hold advanced degrees

$15,000+

average university scholarship for 2018 graduates
We get it; independent education is expensive. And our parents tell us time and time again that it's worth every penny. Often, it’s after our students have graduated and started to make their mark on the world when the investment in their education truly pays dividends. And while we also understand the public school system in Nova Scotia is good, we strongly believe an independent education at Sacred Heart is better, and here’s why:
  • We go well beyond what’s required by Nova Scotia curriculum and teach courses, skills, and principles to cultivate well-educated and well-prepared students who are not just smart, but also polite, thoughtful, kind, and compassionate. 
  • Our students are motivated and engaged, resulting in a peer group that lifts one another up. 
  • Our Five Goals provide an outstanding set of core values that give direction to everything we do. 
  • Love and joy abound at our School. 
  • Traditionally, 100% of our graduates are accepted into university. 
  • Our students master the basics first — writing a solid essay, confidently speaking in public, and thinking critically. 
  • Small class sizes and exceptionally dedicated teachers provide a tailored education for our students, challenging each one to soar based on interest and aptitude
  • Our Advanced Placement program gives our students a kick-start to their university career while in high school and allows them to specialize in only the areas they choose. 
  • Our highly-regarded performing arts programs, including music, theatre, and visual arts, have cultivated an impressive array and number of performers. 
  • Whether in the recreational or competitive program, SHSH student athletes have the opportunity to shine, and to capture local and regional titles as individuals and as part of teams. We compete with public and independent schools, and participate in city leagues. 
  • Our Sacred Heart community, both locally and globally, is one big, diverse, and welcoming family.
“The family sacrifices we made to ensure my daughter received a Sacred Heart education were all worth it. Today, she is thriving at the University of Toronto. I am incredibly proud of the person she has become and how she was shaped by the values of the school.”
- Pearleen Mofford, Parent of Alum
5820 Spring Garden Rd
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Canada
B3H 1X8
(902) 422-4459