HOUSE SYSTEM

In the fall of 2008, we implemented our house system to provide opportunities for students to serve multiple leadership roles, develop a Christ-centered community and foster positive relationships among students across all grade levels. 

All students are assigned to one of four houses: Amiens, Joigny, Grenoble, and Sacre Coeur. The student will remain in that house during his/her high school career. 

Over the course of the year the houses compete for the House Cup. Points are awarded to each house for grades, participation, house competition victories, and other challenges. The House Cup is presented to the winning house at the end of the year at our annual field day.

Amiens  is named for the city in northern France where Madeleine Sophie Barat opened the first school of the Society of the Sacred Heart.

Amiens is named for the city in northern France where Madeleine Sophie Barat opened the first school of the Society of the Sacred Heart.

Joigny  is named for the birthplace of Madeleine Sophie Barat, Joigny, France.

Joigny is named for the birthplace of Madeleine Sophie Barat, Joigny, France.

The  Grenoble  house is named for the French city where Saint Madeleine Sophie Barat founded the second school of the Sacred Heart. Grenoble also hold significance as it is the birthplace of Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne who founded the first Sacred Heart School in the United States.

The Grenoble house is named for the French city where Saint Madeleine Sophie Barat founded the second school of the Sacred Heart. Grenoble also hold significance as it is the birthplace of Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne who founded the first Sacred Heart School in the United States.

Sacre Coeur  is French for Sacred Heart.

Sacre Coeur is French for Sacred Heart.