Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart was founded in 1963 by several Princeton women who sought to establish an all-girl school affiliated with the Society of the Sacred Heart. Three distinctive traits are the bedrock of a Stuart education:
- Faculty teach to the girls’ strengths, giving them the ability to express themselves freely and the freedom to learn without distraction.
- Girls at Stuart recognize and appreciate the safety they have to explore values and take risks they might not otherwise experience.
Sacred Heart Goals, National Network and Global Community
- Stuart is a member of the national network and international community of Sacred Heart schools with connections to sister/brother schools as close as Princeton Academy, and as far as Tokyo, Japan.
- Sacred Heart schools educate the whole child, inspire academic excellence, develop a strong sense of community and encourage a lifetime commitment to learning and service.
- Stuart educates to the Five Goals of Sacred Heart education.
Commitment to Innovation
- Stuart founders sought to inspire young women to go out and change the world.
- We continue their charge to this day - not only by inspiring change through social justice, but also by educating girls with 21st century skills and technology to further deepen their ties to the arts, athletics, sciences and mathematics.
- Whatever path to learning and service they choose, they are well equipped to lead and make a difference.