Sacred Heart Elementary School
…is a Pre-K through grade 8 Catholic elementary school serving approximately 240 students from Weymouth, Braintree, and surrounding towns. Since opening in 1913, the school has served generations of students by way of strong faith formation rooted in educational excellence.
We are fully accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and rank academically among the top 10 Catholic elementary schools in the Boston Archdiocese. We offer:
• Full-day Kindergarten; full- and half-day Pre-K programs for 3- and 4-year olds
• Art, Library, Music, Physical Education, Science, Spanish, Computer Science
• Enrichment programs: Drama, Band/Music Lessons, Glee Club, Lego Robotics Club, Art Club, Student Council, Athletics
• Engaged family and parish community
• Competitive tuition with multi-student discounts
• Affordable before- and after-school care
Christopher Beza, Sacred Heart School Principal
I love Sacred Heart School because there is an opportunity each and every day to encounter Christ through our students, faculty, parents and parishioners.
Shannon M., Sacred Heart School Parent
I love Sacred Heart School because my children not only receive a wonderful education but they experience Christ everyday.
Krysta A., Sacred Heart School Parent
I love SHS because my children are given the opportunity to learn in a loving and safe environment. All 4 of them are true individuals in every way and each child is encouraged to embrace that and be themselves. I love the feel of the community and knowing you aren't alone in this crazy journey.
Jennifer T., Sacred Heart School Parent
I love SHS because of the tight knit community. Always knowing my children are looked after and cared for, whether it's the great school staff or the wonderful parent volunteers.
Paula F., Sacred Heart School Parent
Where do I begin? I love Sacred Heart School because my kids love Sacred Heart School. The teachers, staff, and school families truly care about my kids - what's better than that? I love that our principal and teachers get to know the students for the unique individuals that they are. I love the inclusive community. As a working mom, I love that there is no "divide" between those who work in the home and those who work outside the home. I love that our small, school community always pulls together in time of need, be it a fire, a devastating sickness or diagnosis or loss of a loved one. I love that our kids sing God Bless America at spring concerts and pledge allegiance to our flag in the classroom. I love that our children are learning kindness and service to others through service projects. I could go on forever.