Frequently Asked Questions

1) What age do you serve?

SHP offers programming for boys and girls ages 1-5.

2) Do you offer year-round programs?

Our primary program follows a school-year calendar. We also offer a Summer Enrichment Program, a theme-based summer camp for youngsters.

3) What security system to you have in place?

Security is top of mind on the Sacred Heart Schools campus. The security of our families and employees is paramount. Both our Toddler Education Program at Angela Hall and our Preschool Program at Salesia Hall are housed in buildings with electronic security access only. Parents and guardians must ring a bell and be identified for admittance. Only those authorized to pick up a child will be allowed to do so.

4) Do children bring their own lunch?

Yes, children bring their own lunch. We have microwaves and refrigerators in each classroom. Morning and afternoon snacks are provided, along with milk.

5) Do the children wear uniforms?

No uniform is worn. Children wear everyday play clothes.

6) Do the children have religious lessons?

Yes, the school observes and encourages all employees and students live the Ursuline Core Values: Community, Leadership, Reverence and Service. Although of Catholic basis, we learn about all religions so we can respect and understand our differences as well as celebrate our likeness.

7) To enroll at SHP, does our family have to be Catholic?

We welcome students and families of all faith backgrounds.

8) How do I apply for Financial Aid?

To apply for financial aid, obtain a Private School Aid Service (PSAS) form from SHP or any Archdiocese school. To learn more about financial aid, visit our Tuition and Financial Aid page.

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