We are thrilled to announce that Flintridge Sacred Heart was named a top STEM school in the United States by Newsweek, in association with stem.org. Nationally, we are ranked 1,029, putting our program in the top 2.5% nationwide. For the state of California, we are ranked 141.
“We’re proud of this award and one of our distinguishing characteristics is that we actually have a computer science and engineering department, which is only two years old and was created in response to our girls’ desire to explore those areas,” said Sherrie Singer, Flintridge Sacred Heart Assistant Principal for Curriculum and Instruction.
Attention faculty, staff and students: school will closed Monday, Oct. 28 as Southern California Edison has notified us that there is a possibility of a power outage due to high winds. Let us continue to pray for one another, the victims of the fires, and first responders.
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.
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.
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.
Graduation Live Stream
Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy live streams graduation each year. Information on how to tune in will be posted here!
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