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    Track team makes headlines following best season on record

    Posted June 23, 2016

    Congratulations to the Upper School track team and coach Len Klepack on an outstanding season! Their solid performance and winning record is making headlines and generating excitement for the season to come. Check out these articles in the Town Topics and Princeton Packet: Town Topics: Stuart Track Produced Brilliant Campaign Princeton Packet: Stuart Track Looks to Build on Best Season

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    Inch by Inch, Row by Row, donor support helps the new Lower School garden grow!

    Posted June 15, 2016

    A very special ceremony was held on June 10 as the Lower School gathered by the new outdoor garden which sits between Millie’s Garden and the STEM wing. The girls welcomed special guests, Maureen and Patrick McLaughlin, and Stuart alumna Robin Roman ’75. See photos from the ceremony. Thanks to generous support from Robin Roman '75 and the Rita L. Conlon and Alice McLaughlin Innovation Fund, the girls in the Lower School have an incredible outdoor space to learn and make their garden grow. Keep reading >>

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    Congratulations to the Class of 2016! Photos and video of graduation available online

    Posted June 15, 2016

    Congratulations to the Stuart Class of 2016! Thursday's Baccalaureate Liturgy was celebrated by The Most Reverend David M. O’Connell, C.M., Bishop of Trenton and Monsignor Gregory E.S. Malovetz with the support of Reverend Jason M. Parzynski, Secretary to the Bishop, Master of Ceremonies. Saturday's graduation ceremony was truly beautiful. Special thanks to Brandon Detherage, our graduation speaker. Once again we were able to live stream video of the ceremony! The video is still available online if you were unable to join us or if you just want to watch the video! Official graduation photos are available from Lors and additional photos from the ceremony are available in Stuart's SmugMug gallery.

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    Lower School girls raise awareness for heart health at first “Jump Rope for Heart” event

    Posted June 15, 2016

    The girls in grades K-4 participated in Stuart’s first annual "Jump Rope for Heart" event. The students raised funds for the American Heart Association and made their own hearts stronger by jumping, hopping, and playing on Friday afternoon. Students jumped individually, in groups, completed obstacle courses, hula hooped, and talked about ways they keep their hearts healthy through exercise and eating good foods. Congratulations to all of our jumpers for being “heart heros!” See photos from the event in the photo gallery.

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    Year-end ceremonies celebrate an amazing year!

    Posted June 15, 2016

    It's hard to believe the 2015–2016 school year has already come to an end. In Sacred Heart tradition, all three divisions finished the school year with Prize Days and the Closing Celebrations in Early Childhood. Prize Day is an opportunity to honor our students for their intellectual and personal growth throughout the year. This year, we were able to live stream all of the Prize Day ceremonies and the videos are still available to view. For the privacy of our families, all videos are on password-protected pages of the website. Parents will need a Stuart login. Use the email address If you do not know your password, you may reset it on the page. Here are links to the Lower School Prize Day Video, Middle School Prize Day Video, and Upper School Prize Day Video. See photos in our Photo Gallery (no password required): Early Childhood Closing Celebration Photos
    Lower School Prize Day Photos
    Middle School Prize Day Photos
    Upper School Prize Day Photos

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    Stuart girls recognized at publication of Princeton Arts Council’s aMuse

    Posted June 15, 2016

    Senior Emma Brigaud and junior Athena Hallberg were both present for the publication of aMuse at the Arts Council of Princeton on Thursday, June 2. Both girls read their published prose for the audience and Emma also displayed a painting which was included in the publication. Four Stuart girls were among 80 area students who were chosen from more than 300 submissions. The work of Stuart fifth grader Hannah Park, juniors Jada Postadan and Athena Hallberg and senior Emma Brigaud are part of this community-wide effort to encourage children to express themselves through works of art, both literary and visual. The aMuse literary magazine is on sale for $8 at the Arts Council.

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    Stuart sophomore to participate in first “Faces of the Heart” International Sacred Heart Program

    Posted June 6, 2016

    We’re excited to announce that sophomore Dhymond Revan will participate in the first “Faces of the Heart” International Program this summer in Nantes, France. From July 3–20, approximately 30 Sacred Heart Upper School students will travel to Nantes from locations as diverse as Japan, Italy, Germany, Colombia and the US along with five Sacred Heart educators for this enriching and life-changing experience. Stuart’s Upper School French teacher, Anne Hoppenot is one of the Sacred Heart educators who began designing the program last September and has since been working on the organization of the 2016 program. Keep reading >>

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    Seventh grader Emily Dunn takes the helm as Athletic Director for the Day

    Posted June 6, 2016

    The Stuart Athletics Office had a new director on Friday. Seventh grader Emily Dunn took over from Director of Athletics Justin Leith and had a busy day with teaching and attending meetings where she gave input on the sports offered here at Stuart. She assisted with preschool PE and also led her own Middle School class in a game of dodgeball! Special thanks to her parents Patricia Carragher and William Dunn for their generous support at the Rock & Roll Gala to make this possible for Emily!

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    Seniors serve through transformative FaithJustice Xperience

    Posted June 6, 2016

    In their last full week of school, the young women of the Stuart Class of 2016 participated in Stuart's second annual FaithJustice Xperience. This service trip is part of the senior theology course, Faith and Social Justice. The seniors spent the entire week at the Center for FaithJustice in Lawrenceville, and broke into groups to work on daily community service projects for one of five nonprofits in the Trenton area: Carolyn Stokes Elementary School, Reading Senior Center, Trenton Area Soup Kitchen, Visitation Home and Crisis Ministry. Each evening, the girls reconvened for discussion and reflection activities. They led prayers and reflections in the mornings. In addition, the seniors cooked all of their own meals and lived in intentional community while discussing difficult issues of social injustice, inequality, and how they could use their own gifts and talents to become leaders in the world. This senior service trip truly embodies all five of the Sacred Heart Goals and Criteria as our “almost graduates” strive to live what they learn and believe. See photos from the trip in the gallery.

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    For final exam, Honors French students share their knowledge with Middle and Lower School girls

    Posted June 6, 2016

    The final exam in Honors French was to prepare and conduct a lesson in French for Middle or Lower school students and the girls complied with very impressive aptitude for education! Topics ranged from “The Cycle of Water” and “Pulleys and Levers” for Middle School students, to “Forms and Colors” and “Identify the Words in the Sentence” for Lower School classes. The students enjoyed the process and prepared amazing lesson plans—all in French of course! See photos >>

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    Middle School athletes honored at spring sports awards, Tartans lacrosse goes undefeated!

    Posted June 6, 2016

    Last week, the athletes in Grades 5–8 were honored at the Middle School Spring Sports Awards. Golfers and members of the Middle School track and lacrosse teams received awards and recognition for their hard work and dedication this spring. For their particularly outstanding effort, the Tartans lacrosse team received a trophy for an amazing undefeated season! See photos >>

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    Upper School students pen and publish literary magazine: Effloresce

    Posted June 6, 2016

    Last week, the Upper School Literary Magazine Club released their publication for the 2015–2016 school year entitled, Effloresce. Headed by Editor Amanda Herring, and Assistant Editor Athena Hallberg, they gathered various poetry and prose pieces from Stuart students, all relating to the theme of growing up. Thanks to Makena Duffy for her beautiful photos that adorn the pages of the magazine. Kudos to the Literary Magazine Club on an excellent job! Read the full publication online >>

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    Upper School track wraps up one of its greatest seasons on record

    Posted May 30, 2016

    The Upper School track team probably had its greatest season ever with two state champions in a shortened Prep B Championship! The weather only allowed 8 of the 17 championship events to be held, the team felt it was in position to win the state title! Throughout the season, the Stuart girls had 11 new school records and won medals at the Penn Relays in the 4x100 and 4x400 for the first time. The team’s dual meet record for the season was 9–1, with their only loss against Prep A Peddie. Led by a strong senior group of Pam, Juliet and Natalie McGowen, Kate Walsh, Jen Walsh, Lindsay Craig and juniors Casey Nelson, Ally McGowen, Claudary Jones, Jada Postadan and Milan Kainer. The future looks even better with a dominating sophomore class of Michelle Kwafo, Alison Walsh, Madeleine Michaels, Sonia Mohandas, Allie Burgess, Kendra Brenya, Brittney Jones and Liz Mele. Most promising are the freshmen led by basketball players Priscilla Francois and Bey Clark as well as Akilah Johnson and Allie Rounds. This special group was capable of scoring on the track, in the field and in the jumping events. They truly understand team balance. Way to go, girls and good luck in the future!

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    Fifth graders celebrate feast day like Ancient Greeks!

    Posted May 30, 2016

    The Middle School was transformed on Friday as the girls in grade 5 celebrated Greek Feast Day! After learning about ancient Greece in history class and Greek mythology in English class, the fifth grade girls celebrated all the accomplishments and contributions of the ancient Greeks in all of their classes this week. Athletes from Corinth, Athens, Sparta, and Thebes battled in different competitions to see which Ancient Greek city would come out on top! The athletes competed in (arm) wrestling, chariot races, a 50 yard dash, javelin, and discus. The events were filled with fun, great competition, and amazing Greek wardrobes! Teachers across disciplines planned special activities to provide connections to the ancient Greeks throughout the school day as the students dressed up as their favorite Greek God and Goddess, had a Greek feast, and participated in Olympic games! See photos from Greek Feast Day.

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    Girls in grades 3–5 run, throw and jump their way to success!

    Posted May 30, 2016

    Last Monday every girl in grades 3–5 participated in the 42nd Annual Track & Field Day! It was a beautiful day to be outside as the girls participated in a wide variety of exciting physical events filled with great competition, good sportsmanship, and a fabulous high jump event to end the day. Thank you to everyone who helped make the day a great success! Special thanks to Sara Wagner, Megan Cianfrone, Susan Beschel, Carolyn Brougham, Aileen O’Shea, Jacob Land, Clare Long, Michelle Dowling, and Justin Leith for all of their help and support of the girls all day long! See photos from the day in the gallery.

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    (Upper School) Life is a Cabaret

    Posted May 30, 2016

    The girls in the Upper School had their classmates singing, dancing and laughing on Thursday at the annual Cabaret. Highlights included jokes by Izy Engel '17, a self-roast by Sneha Gopinath '16, and the vocal talents of Charlotte Driver '19, Makeda White '16 and Pam McGowen '16, among many others! This year's show included a special surprise cameo from the newest Destiny's Child, Stuart alumna Brienna DeVlugt '11. The Upper School Cabaret has been a Stuart tradition for over 30 years and it’s always a great opportunity to show off the incredible talent of our girls. Watch videos from the Cabaret >>

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    Alumnae News: Destiny’s newest Child, Brienna DeVlugt ’11 inspires Stuart girls

    Posted May 30, 2016

    Long before alumna Brienna DeVlugt was selected by former Destiny’s Child, Kelly Rowland, to be in her upcoming girl group, Brienna’s teachers at Stuart recognized her talent. Paving her road to success, this Class of 2011 graduate participated in Stuart's Performing Arts Program, both as a Tartantone and in three musical productions in the Upper School. While studying at Rutgers, Brienna continued to hone her talents through modeling and singing—but an opportunity to audition for Beyoncé’s dance team led to a spot on the hit BET show, Chasing Destiny. It was on this show that Brienna competed and earned a spot in the new all-girl pop group managed by Kelly Rowland. Last week, Brienna returned to Stuart to share her story with current Middle and Upper School girls and visit with the teachers who inspired her. She graciously spoke to the girls about the excitement and challenges of working in the entertainment industry and shared clips from the show and some of her music videos. Brienna also attended the Upper School Cabaret where she shared her technical and musical talents. We’re so excited for Brienna as her musical career takes off and we wish her the best of luck! See photos from Brienna’s visit in the gallery.

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    Congè is a day of fun in the sun for our youngest ones

    Posted May 30, 2016

    The little boys and girls in our Early Childhood Program were in for a big Sacred Heart surprise when Mrs. Dowling announced, "it's Congè!" on Thursday. At first, many of our youngest students didn’t quite understand what was going on ... but they were all excited to be led outside for a day of fun, games, bubbles, music and a magic show! The surprises kept coming as the students enjoyed pizza and ice pops at lunch time before settling down for the afternoon. Congè is definitely the most anticipated day of the year for every Sacred Heart student. With much fanfare and celebration, the Lower School, Middle School and Upper School girls all enjoyed their days off earlier in the year. See photos from Congè in the gallery and click through to watch a video of the Congè announcement.

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    In a random act of kindness, parents transform USRC into a relaxing spa!

    Posted May 30, 2016

    It was a totally chill surprise in the Upper School on Thursday as the parents treated the girls to a “random act of kindness” with a relaxing spa. The girls were provided with natural skin care product demonstrations, a makeup artist, dark chocolate treats and stress-reducing tea. Susie Paneyko from BeautyCounter also educated the girls on the benefits of using all natural skincare products. The girls had a great time! Special thanks to parents Leigh Brigaud (Emma ’16 and Millie ’19) and Rene Ten Hagen (Rebekah ’19) for organizing this fun event! See photos >>

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    StuGov delivers first "State of the School"

    Posted May 30, 2016

    The Upper School Student Government (StuGov) recently delivered its first State of the School address. Student Body President Pamela McGowen and Student Body Judiciary Head Natalie McGowen addressed topics discussed by the Upper School community during their last Town Hall Meeting. Proposals were suggested, questions were answered, and plans were created to address issues raised by Upper School students. Thanks to the hard work of the Student Government to facilitate the Town Hall meeting and develop an action plan, the Upper School students felt heard and indeed helped shape their community for the better.

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