Sacred Heart Cathedral School

Rooted in Catholic tradition, striving for academic excellence.

Our Mission
Welcome to Sacred Heart Cathedral School, where our mission is to educate hearts and minds for God.
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Education of the whole person

Our curriculum is built around the mission of our school to educate the whole person – hearts and minds – for God.

Our students strive for academic excellence in our rigorous, but supportive environment where timely feedback, modeling, and cross-curricular approaches serve to lead students toward truth, beauty and goodness.

Our faculty and staff are experienced and qualified educators who strive to be faithful witness of the Gospel for all our students. Our faculty collaborates across all grade levels to create a curriculum that engages every student.

Join the Sacred Heart Family

Living as disciples of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, we strive for academic excellence and humble service of all. Founded in 1906, we are rooted in our Catholic identity, and flourishing in East Hill.

We are no longer accepting applications for the 2023-2024 school year. If you would like the opportunity to join our wait list for the 2024-2025 school year, please click the Inquire Now button below.

Student Life

Fully Catholic,
fully alive

Since our founding in 1906, Sacred Heart Cathedral School has partnered with students and families in a common vision to educate the hearts and minds of young people.

As a family of faith, Sacred Heart Cathedral School is rooted in Jesus Christ and oriented towards Heaven. We are fully alive and eager to live out our faith.

It is our goal that students will not only have academic success but understand that Jesus is the reason for our school. Our faith educates us in who we are and informs how we live each day.


Questions & Answers

Do you offer before and after school care?

Students may be dropped off in the morning as early as 7:00am (no additional fee) and will meet in the gym until 7:30am when they will go to their homeroom classroom.

The Extended Care Program is available until 5:30pm.

How do parents get involved?

Volunteers are an integral part of the success of our school, both through events and activities. The Diocese of Pensacola-Tallahassee requires that all volunteers, chaperones and fieldtrip drivers complete a Level-2 background clearance. The cost is $65 and the packets are available in the school office.

Is bus service available?

We do not own nor operate any sort of transportation service. You may request a zip code list mid-summer to check on creating a carpool.

Does Sacred Heart have a hot lunch program?

While the majority of students bring their own lunch, families may order lunch in advance through the online lunch program Campus Cuisine.

What are the school hours?

Monday-Friday 7:45am – 2:45pm.