Academics, Activities & Sports

As Catholic educators, we strive to provide excellence in education – education for all students not only for the academically talented, but for all. We believe that God has endowed each person with a special set of talents and a particular gift; at Villa, the teachers strive to help each student discover his/her own special uniqueness and how to express his/her talents and gifts. This is the attribute that makes Sacred Heart Villa School very unique and distinguished from the rest. Moral and character building are part of the curriculum.

We gear our educational program to help form the whole person. Therefore, we take the sacred responsibility to help each child develop his/her physical, mental, moral and spiritual natures. We also provide extra curricular activities and sports to bring this sacred duty to reality. Students at all grade level participate in physical education, Ballet, Music and Indoor Soccer.

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As Catholic educators, we strive to prepare children of all faith for life – spiritually, intellectually and socially. We teach enduring values that will help them in life situations in a changing world.

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Extra Curricular activities throughout the school year round out the excellent educational opportunities at Sacred Heart Villa. Extra curricular activities not only provide students with opportunities to develop their talents and gifts but most importantly, these activities help them to grow to a deeper appreciation of their uniqueness. Students in Pre-K through Fifth may choose to participate in Ballet and music. We also offer Spanish and Italian language.

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Through participation in Sports, Sacred Heart Villa School strives to help each child develop his/her physical, mental, moral and spiritual natures. Students may choose to participate in Indoor Soccer.

 

Playground: We also have a new playground for our children.  They children play outside during their recess time. Learning is holistic and it involves physicall activities.  Our children need exercise today, especially as we live in a world of technology where social interaction is less apreciated.

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