Being part of the Sacred Heart network gave me the amazing opportunity to participate in the International Summit in France. I discussed global issues with Sacred Heart girls from all over the world, giving me a new perspective on issues such as climate change.
Claire, Grade 12
In 1801, our founder had a revolutionary idea: to educate and empower young women.
Saint Madeleine Sophie Barat's vision of educational excellence continues to inspire us today.
At Sacred Heart I learned how to think, not what to think. I was encouraged from a young age to articulate my own thoughts and stand up for what I believe in.
Alicia Rivera '18, Harvard University
Learning to love service is a special part of a Sacred Heart education. In 6th grade, I volunteered for Project Cicero and Meals on Wheels. Delivering books to kids from under-resourced communities and bringing food to seniors who are homebound helped me realize that a small action can make a major difference.
Cricket, Grade 10
One of my favorite Sacred Heart traditions is “K Buddies” where 4th graders are paired with Kindergarteners. Last year, I had a K Buddy named Jacqueline. We read together, played fun games and I made sure she felt welcome as part of the Sacred Heart family...just like my K Buddy did for me.
Alysse, Grade 5
After graduating, I took a gap year to teach at Kangole Girls Senior Secondary School in Uganda. I taught math, PE and started the first competitive soccer team. Most importantly, I learned to never underestimate the power of what we can bring from 91st Street to the rest of the world.
Caitlin Murphy '17, The University of Virginia
AP & 90+ courses
in Upper School
the last 5 years
all-girls Speech Team
in New York State
largest Athletics and Wellness
school facility in Manhattan
of faculty have masters
or doctoral degrees
student to faculty ratio
Sacred Heart schools
around the world
of students awarded
financial aid each year
hours of community service
over the past 25 years
The Forensics Team is off to a great start for the 2019-2020 season!
Two 91st Street students explored their passion for computer science this summer with Girls Who Code (GWC).
Ninety-first Street welcomed students back this week for the school's 138th academic year.