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List of 12 news stories.

  • Junior parents build community during social

    Our junior parents gathered at The Proper in La Cañada Flintridge for a fun community building social on Friday.
  • In "Meeting of the Minds" activity history students explore our nations founding

    In AP United States History students argued the salient points about the formation of our nation during Meeting of the Minds, an interactice role playing activity. 
  • Emilie Risha '20 is Royal Court Princess

    In Pasadena today, Emilie Risha '20 was among seven young women chosen to represent the Tournament of Roses as a 2020 Royal Court Princess. The 2020 Rose Queen will be announced on Oct. 22.
  • September Boarding Hall News

    With August behind us, life in the boarding hall has developed a nice rhythm and spirit. The girls have been signing up for numerous weekend activities; and more cross-grade friendships have emerged from spending time together. We have done a full day walking tour of Los Angeles, enjoyed Universal Studios, played at the ocean, explored Melrose Avenue, gone go-karting, and enjoyed on campus bonding such as pizza parties, cooking, games and sushi nights. We have launched our first service project, making blankets for shelters. Having this healthy work-play balance keeps the girls more emotionally healthy.

    One of the highlights of September included the celebration of Mid-Autumn Festival, an elegant dinner overlooking the valley below at which we enjoyed a special menu, mooncakes, and poems and music about the moon.

    Our annual boarding retreat was held on Saturday, September 21. This annual all-boarding event seeks to build sisterhood and explore topics around our boarding theme, “Dream the Impossible Dream.” Presentations, team building events, hall competitions, a prayer service, meaningful activities, and a special meal rounded out the day.

    The September Birthday party, a night in Hawaii, celebrated the summer and September birthdays on the lawn. Games and activities made for a special tropical evening!

    We have formed a new leadership group in the boarding hall, the Boarding Hall Service Council. This student-led service group will help to guide the content and activities of the boarding service learning program.
  • Our actors begin rehearsal!

  • 9th and 10th Graders on the move for Service Day

    Our ninth and tenth graders ventured out into the community today for Service Day. Their volunteer work ranged from sorting bag lunches and serving breakfast at two local food pantries to tutoring and teaching younger students and sorting books for a book fair. Upon return to campus, faculty led students through reflection exercises to help them process what they learned from the day's experience.

    Our Service Day destinations included: 
    • Elizabeth House
    • Villa Esperanza
    • Foothill Unity
    • Friends in Deed
    • Salvation Army
    • Arroyo & Foothills Conservancy
    • Pasadena Audobon
    • St. Francis Cavbrini
    • St. Ignatius
    • Sacred Heart
    • Santa Teresita School
    • San Gabriel Mission School
    • St. Michaels
  • Wow! It’s been a busy week with alumnae visiting us on the Hill

    Michelle Liu '18 stopped by to talk about college life at UC San Diego and how her lab experience in SciSearch prepared her for her college classes.  
    Kelly Fradet visited Mr. Buxman and Ms. Krider’s classes to provide guidance as they begin selecting projects for their honors senior seminars. Kelly is entering her senior year at Santa Clara Univ, majoring in physics.
    Emily Paszkiewicz '17 visited our senior seminar classes to describe her work as president of the UC Berkeley student chapter of Engineers Without Borders (project in Panama), plus her core classes in Industrial Engineering.

    Christina Snider '05, Tribal Advisor and Executive Secretary of the Native American Heritage Commission for Governonr Gavin Newsom, helped our engineering students explore possible research topic areas that connect engineering and the Native American population.
  • Fall play rehearsals underway

    Week one included a first reading of the play and some teambuilding activities to help the csst get to know each other.
  • Successful start to volleyball season

    Congratulations to our JV volleyball team for placing 2nd overall at the Burbank Tournament over the weekend! Way to go ladies and Coach Kathy!
  • Welcome Assembly

    Welcome back to the Hill, Tologs! We love to see your smiling faces!!
  • Maddie Leroy '21 named Girls Athlete of the Year

    Congratulations to junior Maddie Leroy, La Cañada Valley Sun's Girls' Athlete of the Year. Maddie was recognized for her success on the soccer field and as a hurdler in track and field. Read the full coverage.
  • New Boarding Student Move-in Day!

    We welcomed our boarding students to the Hill on Saturday!

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Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy is an all girls' Catholic, Dominican, independent, college-preparatory day and boarding high school in the hills of La Cañada Flintridge. Overlooking Pasadena, FSHA educates girls from Los Angeles, Southern California and around the world for a life of faith, integrity and truth. 

Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy

440 St. Katherine Drive
La Cañada Flintridge, CA 91011
High School Office: 626-685-8300
Admissions: 626-685-8521

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