Be Part of Our Tradition
Sacred Heart Catholic School is a community of faith responding to God’s call to proclaim the Gospel and provide educational opportunity for the youth of our parish and the community at large. For over 125 years Sacred Heart School has been nurturing children in a faith-filled academic environment. We teach our students the skills to critically make conscious, creative decisions that will make them productive, active citizens who give back to their communities via the skills we teach them during faith formation.
To say Faith is part of Sacred Heart would be selling the school short. Faith and Catholic tradition are immersed into everything the school does. Children and teachers are encouraged to talk about God and pray. Children from Preschool to High school attend Mass three days a week. Children are prepared for 1st Reconciliation, 1st Communion, and Confirmation. Students attend Adoration and Reconciliation on a regular basis. Religious formation classes are attended by all students on a daily basis. The faith at Sacred Heart is unwavering.
Part of our Spiritual Guidance is as follows:
• Seeks personal relationship with Christ • Is prayerful and reverent
• Recognizes one’s transcendent dignity • Maintains hope
• Recognizes need for repentance
• Knows the good, loves the good, and strives to do the good
• Embraces gospel values and church teaching, and relates them to his/her life
• Has the ability to discern the truth
• Searches for meaning in life
• Has knowledge of scripture and church teaching
Our school offers a rigorous academic environment. Our students receive a well rounded education. At Sacred Heart, our curriculum is designed to prepare students for admission to top colleges and universities, as well as for the challenges and choices they will face as productive citizens.
Sacred Heart has a long standing tradition of excellence in sports. Our sports program is not based on an exclusive “try out” system but instead all children are encouraged to play sports to help develop them as a whole person. Coaches work tirelessly with students to help develop their talents into strong competitors. Students are taught about hard work, persistence, and excellence in all aspects of life.
Fine Arts are an important part of any quality education. Our students from Preschool to High School receive instruction in Spanish, art, and choir. Our school offers many fine art programs outside of school where children have the opportunity to display their talents. One Act Play, TAPPS choir, TAPPS ART are just some of the many fine arts programs offered. All children are encouraged to participate to help develop them into a well-rounded person.
Diocesan Non-Discrimination Policy
1240 NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATORY POLICY AS TO STUDENTS
Catholic Diocese of Fort Worth schools admit students of any race, color, national,
and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally
accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the
basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational
policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other
Religious educational institutions are exempt from Civil Rights legislation in the
employment and enrollment of individuals of a particular religious persuasion.
Preference in employment and admissions may be given to Catholic staff and
students in the Catholic Schools of the Diocese.