Sacred Heart School is a K-12 Educational Institution operating within the Diocese of Lafayette.
The mission of Sacred Heart School is to teach doctrine and academics, to build community, and to serve in a manner that instills morals, ethics, and the values found in the Gospels of Jesus Christ.
The vision of Sacred Heart School is to foster an environment that maximizes each student’s potential in religious formation, academic excellence and social development; to form academically well-rounded, disciplined, confident, young men and women who are prepared to take leadership roles within the community and the Catholic Church.
Sacred Heart School does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color or national ethnic origin in admissions or employment.
Josh Castille received his LPB Louisiana Young Heroes award while attending a day of activities and a luncheon with his parents and guest, Grant Manuel, on the grounds of the Governor's Mansion in Baton Rouge on Wednesday, April 16, 2014. The day was culminated with a banquet in the evening. What a prestigious honor to be bestowed on such an amazing young man!
With thanksgiving to God, Sacred Heart School is excited to announce that Christopher Vidrine has been accepted as a seminarian for the Diocese of Lafayette. He is the son Mr. Pierre and Mrs. Shirlene Vidrine. After graduation from Sacred Heart School this May, he will prepare to enter discernment and formation at St. Joseph Seminary College in Covington, LA this Fall. Please join us in giving thanks to the Lord for a seminarian from our school and pray for Chris as he prepares to begin his new journey