"I am a child of the Sacred Heart..."
Schools of the Sacred Heart commit themselves to educate to a personal and active faith in God.
Schools of the Sacred Heart commit themselves to educate to a deep respect for intellectual values.
Schools of the Sacred Heart commit themselves to educate to a social awareness which impels to action.
Schools of the Sacred Heart commit themselves to educate to the building of community as a Christian value.
Schools of the Sacred Heart commit themselves to educate to personal growth in an atmosphere of wise freedom.
"...that focused individual attention that the teachers, the staff, the administrators - everybody here, is laser-focused on girls and making sure that girls succeed."
"What I love about the Sacred Heart education is that they really prepare us for our future, and I love how they also make us more in touch with our religion."
"This becomes more than just a place where, you know, they go to school. It becomes their family."
"...you have that courage and that confidence to be who you are because it shaped you with the experience that you've had."
Freshmen students enrolled in Honors Geometry classes taught by Mrs. MaryAnne Hejna collaborated with their student coaches in Mrs. Thais de Leon-Perez’s ‘91 AT Stem Entrepreneurship class to devise innovative architectural concepts. These building designs had the flexibility to be situated anywhere in downtown Miami and were required to incorporate sustainable and eco-friendly elements.
Last week, Carrollton unveiled its new Mater Admirabilis Chapel and Spirituality Center to the community, fittingly beginning with our celebration of the Feast of Mater.
This past Saturday, over 200 members of Carrollton's community came together for Visioning Day to discuss and help implement the strategic drivers that will advance Carrollton into the next five years.
Sofia Barrera '25 has been recognized nationally by the Best of SNO for her article initially published in Carrollton's newspaper, The Beat
Carrollton is a part of the Sacred Heart Network Student Exchange Program and is happy to often host other Sacred Heart students from around the world.
We are celebrating our students who earned academic honors from College Board's National Recognition Programs!
Carrollton is happy to be hosting Community Masses once again. Yesterday was the first Mass of the 2023-2024 Academic Year, and it was wonderful to see the Convocation Center overflowing with all constituents of our community.
Isabella Duarte-Crespo, a Carrollton junior and spina bifida advocate, was traveling to Europe for a cruise with her family this past summer when her wheelchair went missing.
Five of Carrollton's seniors have been named Semifinalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program based on their performances on the 2022 PSAT.
Last week, we celebrated the Mass of the Holy Spirit, a tradition in Catholic schools and universities around the world. We open the new school year by inviting the Holy Spirit to fill us with wisdom and grace.