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SHIP, Sacred Heart Internship Program, is an eight week internship program in Washington, DC, designed by two graduates of the Academy of the Sacred Heart in Bloomfield Hills, MI, with the support of the Society of the Sacred Heart.  This program is for Sacred Heart Alumnae finishing their first or second years of college or university.

The goals of the program are:

Villa Duchesne's Kailey Wagner

Villa Duchesne seniors Tracy Kinealy and Kailey Wagner have been designated National Merit Finalists by the 2012 National Merit Scholarship Program.  Tracy and Kailey scored in the top one percent of the 1.5 million high school students who took the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.

Dear Sisters, associates, collaborators, alumnae/i  and friends,


Lucas Long, senior at Stuart Hall at the Schools of the Sacred Heart in San Francisco responded to the school's theme of Gratitude through his advanced art project, a Mural of Gratitude.  The mural will grace the halls of Stuart for all to view, appreciate and nurture a sense of this gratitude.

Lucas' words upon submission:

On Friday, January 27, Campus Ministry at Woodlands Academy sponsored “Let There Be Peace On Earth,” an Interfaith Prayer Service celebrating the diverse faith traditions in the Sacred Heart Family.  A Lutheran minister, A Hebrew Torah scholar, a protestant pastor, a Catholic priest, and an Episcopal associate rector offered readings from Scripture and personal reflections on world peace.  Choral and instrumental music as well as silent reflection time punctuated this powerful prayer experience which demonstrated so profoundly that, although many, we are truly one family seeking truth, just

On Tuesday February 7, 2012, ten students and four faculty members of Convent of the Sacred Heart attended the World Interfaith Harmony 2012 conference titled “Common Ground for the Common Good” at the United Nations General Assembly Hall in Manhattan. We got to the UN by subway without delays, despite the fact that the Giants had their parade also scheduled during this time. We passed security and registration where we were greeted by Cecile Meijer, RSCJ, and soon after, found ourselves sitting in the same seats where so many leaders have debated issues of worldwide importance.

NBC news correspondent Tom Brokaw

Convent of the Sacred Heart, Greenwich is delighted to announce that Tom Brokaw, anchor and managing editor of “NBC Nightly News” for 21 years, will be our commencement speaker for the Class of 2012 on June 1. 

Mr. Brokaw is currently a special correspondent for NBC News, and in his retirement from the nightly broadcast news remains one of the most accomplished and respected figures in broadcast journalism.

What does it mean to be a NASA engineer, an oncologist, a priest, or an ATF agent? And, how do you become one? On January 30, The Regis School Middle School students got a sneak peek into many diverse careers represented in the school’s first ever Career Day. Hosted by the Regis Student Council as a kick-off to the Catholic Schools Week, more than fifteen industry experts and leaders shared insights into their careers, the education and qualifications required for each, and how their roles serve the community.

An amazing 32 acts, nearly 150 students (and a few dads!) participated in Schools Rock as talent, emcees and crew members.

Dr. Sharp, Mr. Wilburn and SHS also honored the Shanahan family for their nine years of allowing us to use the Metro for Schools Rock. Thank you!


The Society of the Sacred Heart throughout the world and our extended Sacred Heart family are embarking in February 2012 on a journey together “into the deep.” It is a spiritual journey into something that is at the heart of our charism, our congregation’s gift from the Holy Spirit: the call to justice, peace and the integrity of creation.