Our third set of 10 seniors is out! Be sure to check out our last two if you haven't already so that we can keep the Class of 2021 in our hearts and minds this semester. Remember that you can scroll, expand, or download the document using the buttons at the bottom right!
Good morning SHP! Today, we'll be celebrating another 10 members of the Class of 2021 through the Parent Association's Senior Spotlight project. Remember that you can scroll, expand, or download the document using the buttons at the bottom right!
As the seasons changed during the winter break, Mr. Roberts caught a last glimpse of Fall which will open our Quad Drop for this semester! Hopefully your week of activities is going well before we start classes!
The Great Conjunction four hundred year breadth Saturn and Jupiter kiss. The fog has lifted. Undenied with broad gentle sweeps the king tide won’t be denied. I seek higher ground. Black Gold indigenous lands torn asunder for tar sands. the river runs black. A Rhythm Rock paper scissors Prime numbers count my moments on the commute home. Thank you for supporting Mr. Schultz's haiku throughout the semester. The Quad has enjoyed providing a platform for such a talented writer! Photo from Unsplash.com
Ms. O'Leary's Studio Art Classes used a project to both render clear objects and send an environmental message urging us to ban single use plastics! Please enjoy these slides as you prepare for the final week ahead!
Ella Hale '22 Hi, my name is Ella Hale. I am currently a junior at Sacred Heart, and I am taking AP Government and Politics. For this riveting class, all students must complete a Civic Action Project that impacts their community; mine is a proposed tangent on Kevin Mullin’s Proposition 18 that was on the California ballots for the 2020 election. Mullin proposed that seventeen year-olds should be allowed to vote in local elections, while my idea was to expand this right to sixteen year-olds. I created a Google survey and sent it out to parents, students, and local government…