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List of 12 news stories.

  • Frosh/Soph volleyball team wins Ayala Volleyball Tournament

    Our frosh/soph volleyball team went 5-0 in pool play and the championship bracket. They then beat Bishop Amat 25-11 to win the Ayala Volleyball Tournament. This is a great start for our Tologs! Congrats to our young ladies and Coaches Ryan and Trent.
  • New Student Orientation

    Between teambuilding activities, a campus tour, laptop boot camp, a fun pool party, our new students are busy getting to know each other, our teachers and the campus.
  • Welcome to our new students

    We welcomed our new students to Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy on Sunday by hosting two special events-- New Resident Brunch (for our new boarding families) and the New Family Social (for all new families).
  • Find out how you can support scholarships at FSHA

    Flintridge Sacred Heart supports students with financial need through the Johansing Scholarship, which is awarded to students each year. All proceeds from the Harry G. Johansing Golf Tournament & Dinner go to the Johansing Scholarship, the largest endowed scholarship at Flintridge Sacred Heart. You can support future Johansing Scholars like Nia Harris '17 by participating in the 44th Annual Harry G. Johansing Golf Tournament and Dinner on Sept. 10 at the San Gabriel Country Club.

    "At FSHA, I learned to be an independent, strong, confident woman. FSHA taught me that my opinions matter, that all woman are important and can create amazing things in this world. Without FSHA, I would not have met my amazing friends and the amazing adults that have mentored me to be who I am today. Without FSHA, I would not be attending Northwestern University and would not have been prepared for the rigorous (but fulfilling) life of a student-athlete. So I am forever grateful for the Johansing Scholarship because, with this scholarship, I was able to attend FSHA–the place that sparked my leadership and curiosity for change." -- Nia Harris '17

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  • Rebecca & Rachel Salvo '06 receive special honor for volleyball

    Congrats to Rebecca Salvo '06 and Rachel Salvo '06! They were named to the Centennial Conference's Silver Anniversary volleyball team. 
    The Centennial Conference is celebrating 25 years as an elite small college athletic conference by announcing Silver Anniversary teams, which highlight the best of the best over their first quarter-century. You can read more here.
  • Sister Donna needs your support

    I wouldn't be the person I am today had it not been for the Dominican Sisters finding ways to support me and my family so I could attend San Gabriel Mission High just a few short (50 years!) ago.
     
    Flintridge Sacred Heart supports students with financial need through the Harry G. Johansing Golf Tournament & Dinner. Every event features a scholarship recipient speaking of her accomplishments and gratitude for the Johansing Scholarship, which keeps her dreams alive and her heart on fire. Each year, I have been duly impressed and moved by what benefactors and generous hands can provide. Oh, how I’ve enjoyed the fun of the sisters’ putting challenge and the pressure to score for my sponsors and our Tolog families!
     
    I won't be able to have memorable fun at this year's tournament, so I’m asking you to fill in for me by supporting the Harry G. Johansing Golf Tournament & Dinner on Sept. 10. Sign-up now to golf, toast, put your money down and raise that paddle to support our Tologs!

    Sr. Donna Marie Nicholas, O.P.
  • Tologs Named to All-Area Softball Second Team

    Tologs Alli Lombardo '18 and Cate Ziegler '20 (pictured) have been named to the All-Area Softball Second Team! Congrats! Read the coverage in the Glendale News-Press.
  • Support scholarships at FSHA

    Join us for the Harry G. Johansing Golf Tournament & Dinner on Monday, Sept. 10 at the San Gabriel Country Club. All funds raised support scholarships at Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy! Register now: http://www.fsha.org/golf
  • FSHA’s summer project to upgrade our fire protection infrastructure continues

    We’ve dug a large hole in Crane Field to prepare for the installation of an underground reservoir. The hole is so large we can fit a truck and excavator in it. Where has all the dirt gone? The Palmerstone Lot! Much of it will return to the field and serve as backfill once the reservoir is in place.
  • Activity on the Hill continues through the summer

    While the school year is over, activity continues here on the Hill as we upgrade our fire protection infrastructure over the summer! The project will include a large underground reservoir on the field, underground piping and new fire hydrants throughout campus. Check out this enormous drill, which is creating several holes, 30 to 40-feet into the ground. Steel beams will be placed into the holes and filled with concrete to protect the SAC as we prepare to install the underground reservoir.
  • Alumnae Family Fun Day Was a Blast!

    We had a great day welcoming back our alumnae and their families on the Hill at our Family Fun Day!
  • Kristen Schwarz '02 joins board of Leadership Pasadena

    Congrats to Kristen Schwarz '02, who has been named to Leadership Pasadena's Board of Directors! Read on more details.

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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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