Parents and school educators are partners in teaching values to students. Involvement of parents in the education of their children is one of the essential ways of maintaining this partnership, so that we can work together as a community to help each student develop a healthy self concept. Part of living involves rules and regulations, for this provides harmony, order, and a sense of purpose.
We acknowledge that parents know what is best for their child and really want to participate in the school program. Therefore, it is important that parents take the time to read through the school handbook and other information provided on this page. These are information that parents need to know in order to fully take the responsibility to meet the need of their child. We encourage you to read the philosophy and mission of the Sacred Heart Villa School summarized in this handbook which affirms the values of Catholic education.
Facts Tuition | 2016-2017 tuition schedule
We are using the Facts Tuition Management Program and there are some options for you. Please read through it and see what’s available for you.
Registration | learn more
Information on how to register your child, including registration forms.
School Uniform | learn more
Students in Kindergarten to Fifth grade wear the school uniform every day. Uniforms are mandatory, including vest.
School Handbook (PDF) | handbook
As Catholic educators, we believe that part of living involves rules and regulations. Therefore, we encourage parents to take the time to read through the school handbook. It summarizes the rules, regulations and other important information that parents need to be aware of in order to be involved in the education of their children.
Helpful Websites for Parents to help their Kids
Here are some useful links to help you assist your children on their learning adventures! Please, internet use should be supervised by parents at all times.
Learning is fun! Children are enthusiastic about reading because it is the foundation of all learning. At Sacred Heart Villa, students are instructed in phonemic awareness, phonics, reading fluency, vocabulary and comprehension. Encouraging your child to read and reading to your child daily will strengthen your child’s ability to learn to read.
Fun links for Reading include:
These websites are designed to help all students acquire the basic necessary skills they need to be successful readers. It has games on phonics, rhymes, opposites, poetry etc.)
Have a wonderful school year!