Sacred Heart Schools
Located in Kingston, MA, the Sacred Heart Schools are comprised of a co-educational system from preschool through grade 12. The schools have flourished in large measure due to the faith and hard work of the Sisters of Divine Providence, committed lay faculty and staff members.
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Though the sun has set on Camp Mishannock, new life will be brought forth in the form of Camp Morning Star, a day camp associated with Sacred Heart Elementary School. Read the full story here.
Sacred Heart Elementary School (Preschool through Grade 6) is a private, Catholic Elementary School that is an educational ministry founded by the Congregation of the Sisters of Divine Providence. Sacred Heart Elementary School is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.
Visit us at www.sacredheart.mec.edu.
Sacred Heart High School, a private Catholic institution founded by the Sisters of Divine Providence for the education of young men and woman of southeastern Massachusetts , has the following threefold purpose: to develop and reinforce Gospel values; to provide an academic program which effectively prepares the student for the pursuit of knowledge now, in higher education, and throughout life, and; to develop a community of faith whose members are committed to habits of responsible leadership, respect for the dignity of persons, and dedication to service. The school and its staff is active n over 25 professional organizations and hold membership in NEASC, NCEA and AISNE .
A dear friend of the late Sister of Divine Providence Claire Hayes (Kingston), Colleen Frye, has written an engaging children's book, A Nun of That, about Sister Claire. The story provides a wonderful description of what it means to be Providence to others. To read more about A Nun of That and/or to order, click here.
Visit Sacred Heart High School at www.sacredheartkingston.com.