• Jun
    10

    Food for Thought

    Food for Thought / Newton Country Day School, Newton, MA
    June 10-14, 2019 / Female Students entering grades 6-8
    Emily Horwitz / Newton Country Day School, Newton, MA  

    One in six kids in America lives with hunger, unsure where their next meal will come from, or when it will be. Sacred Heart students on the Food for Thought summer service project will learn about the causes of childhood hunger, the importance of nutrition in proper brain growth and physical and emotional wellbeing, and ways to end childhood hunger. 

    For more information on Summer Service Projects & the Application Process, please click here. 
  • Jun
    11

    Food for Thought

    Food for Thought / Newton Country Day School, Newton, MA
    June 10-14, 2019 / Female Students entering grades 6-8
    Emily Horwitz / Newton Country Day School, Newton, MA  

    One in six kids in America lives with hunger, unsure where their next meal will come from, or when it will be. Sacred Heart students on the Food for Thought summer service project will learn about the causes of childhood hunger, the importance of nutrition in proper brain growth and physical and emotional wellbeing, and ways to end childhood hunger. 

    For more information on Summer Service Projects & the Application Process, please click here. 
  • Jun
    12

    Food for Thought

    Food for Thought / Newton Country Day School, Newton, MA
    June 10-14, 2019 / Female Students entering grades 6-8
    Emily Horwitz / Newton Country Day School, Newton, MA  

    One in six kids in America lives with hunger, unsure where their next meal will come from, or when it will be. Sacred Heart students on the Food for Thought summer service project will learn about the causes of childhood hunger, the importance of nutrition in proper brain growth and physical and emotional wellbeing, and ways to end childhood hunger. 

    For more information on Summer Service Projects & the Application Process, please click here. 
  • Jun
    13

    Food for Thought

    Food for Thought / Newton Country Day School, Newton, MA
    June 10-14, 2019 / Female Students entering grades 6-8
    Emily Horwitz / Newton Country Day School, Newton, MA  

    One in six kids in America lives with hunger, unsure where their next meal will come from, or when it will be. Sacred Heart students on the Food for Thought summer service project will learn about the causes of childhood hunger, the importance of nutrition in proper brain growth and physical and emotional wellbeing, and ways to end childhood hunger. 

    For more information on Summer Service Projects & the Application Process, please click here. 
  • Jun
    14

    Food for Thought

    Food for Thought / Newton Country Day School, Newton, MA
    June 10-14, 2019 / Female Students entering grades 6-8
    Emily Horwitz / Newton Country Day School, Newton, MA  

    One in six kids in America lives with hunger, unsure where their next meal will come from, or when it will be. Sacred Heart students on the Food for Thought summer service project will learn about the causes of childhood hunger, the importance of nutrition in proper brain growth and physical and emotional wellbeing, and ways to end childhood hunger. 

    For more information on Summer Service Projects & the Application Process, please click here. 
  • Jun
    16

    #3DNYC

    #3DNYC / Convent of the Sacred Heart, New York, NY
    June 16-22, 2019 / Female Students entering grades 10-12
    Amanda Codina / Convent of the Sacred Heart, New York, NY


    #3DNYC - Diversity, Differences, and Dialogue - Using dialogue training, direct service, and reflection to help students dive deeper into the 8 social identifiers of diversity. The purpose of this project is to educate students on identity, differences, and the importance of dialogue. Specifically, the program will aim to: educate students on the 8 social identifiers of diversity (age, race, ethnicity, ability, gender, sexual orientation, religion, socioeconomic status), as well as teach them that diversity and identity are relevant to all introduce the foundations of dialogue and encourage students to use these skills through reflection and direct service provide students with a foundation to design a platform for all network students to dialogue about differences Students will spend the first full day learning about the 8 social identifiers, how the identifiers pertain to them, and the foundations for dialogue. Each day after this, students will focus on 1-2 identifiers per day. A typical day will begin with prayer, a presentation by a guest speaker(s), dialogue activities, and a service activity that reflects the identifier(s) of the day. Because time will not allow us to cover each identifier in depth, we will focus on ability, religion, race, ethnicity, and gender. On the last day, students will be encouraged to work together to design an online platform (i.e. - blog, google site, tumblr, etc.) that can be used as a resource by all network schools. 

    For more information on Summer Service Projects & the Application Process, please click here. 
  • Father's Day

  • Transformed and Transplanted: The Dichotomy of Gentrification

    Transformed and Transplanted: The Dichotomy of Gentrification / Miami, FL
    June 16-22, 2019 / Female Students entering grades 9-12
    Sarah Kreh / Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart, Miami, FL


    What is gentrification? This project is designed to introduce the girls to some of the issues within a community that foster this change in demographics. We will explore how systems affect groups within communities and their access to resources through the exploration of food deserts, housing access, education access, and other cultural resources. We have to understand that communities are changed by their access to these resources. We will partner with organizations presiding in the West Grove (our neighborhood) and that have connections with Carrollton already. We will foster dialogue and planning to address the systems in place that allow gentrification to occur in Miami and elsewhere. The beginning part of the week will focus on education and the second part of the week will focus on service, with an exchange of perspectives with people outside of their normal community

    For more information on Summer Service Projects & the Application Process, please click here. 
  • Jun
    17

    #3DNYC

    #3DNYC / Convent of the Sacred Heart, New York, NY
    June 16-22, 2019 / Female Students entering grades 10-12
    Amanda Codina / Convent of the Sacred Heart, New York, NY


    #3DNYC - Diversity, Differences, and Dialogue - Using dialogue training, direct service, and reflection to help students dive deeper into the 8 social identifiers of diversity. The purpose of this project is to educate students on identity, differences, and the importance of dialogue. Specifically, the program will aim to: educate students on the 8 social identifiers of diversity (age, race, ethnicity, ability, gender, sexual orientation, religion, socioeconomic status), as well as teach them that diversity and identity are relevant to all introduce the foundations of dialogue and encourage students to use these skills through reflection and direct service provide students with a foundation to design a platform for all network students to dialogue about differences Students will spend the first full day learning about the 8 social identifiers, how the identifiers pertain to them, and the foundations for dialogue. Each day after this, students will focus on 1-2 identifiers per day. A typical day will begin with prayer, a presentation by a guest speaker(s), dialogue activities, and a service activity that reflects the identifier(s) of the day. Because time will not allow us to cover each identifier in depth, we will focus on ability, religion, race, ethnicity, and gender. On the last day, students will be encouraged to work together to design an online platform (i.e. - blog, google site, tumblr, etc.) that can be used as a resource by all network schools. 

    For more information on Summer Service Projects & the Application Process, please click here. 
  • Transformed and Transplanted: The Dichotomy of Gentrification

    Transformed and Transplanted: The Dichotomy of Gentrification / Miami, FL
    June 16-22, 2019 / Female Students entering grades 9-12
    Sarah Kreh / Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart, Miami, FL


    What is gentrification? This project is designed to introduce the girls to some of the issues within a community that foster this change in demographics. We will explore how systems affect groups within communities and their access to resources through the exploration of food deserts, housing access, education access, and other cultural resources. We have to understand that communities are changed by their access to these resources. We will partner with organizations presiding in the West Grove (our neighborhood) and that have connections with Carrollton already. We will foster dialogue and planning to address the systems in place that allow gentrification to occur in Miami and elsewhere. The beginning part of the week will focus on education and the second part of the week will focus on service, with an exchange of perspectives with people outside of their normal community

    For more information on Summer Service Projects & the Application Process, please click here. 
  • Making in Houston

    Making in Houston / Regis School, Houston, TX
    June 17-21, 2019 / Male Students entering grades 7-9
    Christine Broadston / Regis School, Houston, TX


    Network boys will be trained in several Maker Space (STEAM) activities that they will then lead for groups of students on a field trip. The students will come from an underserved area of Houston. Many will be English Language Learners and from families of recent immigrants. The students would not usually have the opportunity to interact with technology in a creative way that is available in a Maker Space program.

    For more information on Summer Service Projects and the Application proces, please click here. 
  • Jun
    18

    #3DNYC

    #3DNYC / Convent of the Sacred Heart, New York, NY
    June 16-22, 2019 / Female Students entering grades 10-12
    Amanda Codina / Convent of the Sacred Heart, New York, NY


    #3DNYC - Diversity, Differences, and Dialogue - Using dialogue training, direct service, and reflection to help students dive deeper into the 8 social identifiers of diversity. The purpose of this project is to educate students on identity, differences, and the importance of dialogue. Specifically, the program will aim to: educate students on the 8 social identifiers of diversity (age, race, ethnicity, ability, gender, sexual orientation, religion, socioeconomic status), as well as teach them that diversity and identity are relevant to all introduce the foundations of dialogue and encourage students to use these skills through reflection and direct service provide students with a foundation to design a platform for all network students to dialogue about differences Students will spend the first full day learning about the 8 social identifiers, how the identifiers pertain to them, and the foundations for dialogue. Each day after this, students will focus on 1-2 identifiers per day. A typical day will begin with prayer, a presentation by a guest speaker(s), dialogue activities, and a service activity that reflects the identifier(s) of the day. Because time will not allow us to cover each identifier in depth, we will focus on ability, religion, race, ethnicity, and gender. On the last day, students will be encouraged to work together to design an online platform (i.e. - blog, google site, tumblr, etc.) that can be used as a resource by all network schools. 

    For more information on Summer Service Projects & the Application Process, please click here. 
  • Transformed and Transplanted: The Dichotomy of Gentrification

    Transformed and Transplanted: The Dichotomy of Gentrification / Miami, FL
    June 16-22, 2019 / Female Students entering grades 9-12
    Sarah Kreh / Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart, Miami, FL


    What is gentrification? This project is designed to introduce the girls to some of the issues within a community that foster this change in demographics. We will explore how systems affect groups within communities and their access to resources through the exploration of food deserts, housing access, education access, and other cultural resources. We have to understand that communities are changed by their access to these resources. We will partner with organizations presiding in the West Grove (our neighborhood) and that have connections with Carrollton already. We will foster dialogue and planning to address the systems in place that allow gentrification to occur in Miami and elsewhere. The beginning part of the week will focus on education and the second part of the week will focus on service, with an exchange of perspectives with people outside of their normal community

    For more information on Summer Service Projects & the Application Process, please click here. 
  • Making in Houston

    Making in Houston / Regis School, Houston, TX
    June 17-21, 2019 / Male Students entering grades 7-9
    Christine Broadston / Regis School, Houston, TX


    Network boys will be trained in several Maker Space (STEAM) activities that they will then lead for groups of students on a field trip. The students will come from an underserved area of Houston. Many will be English Language Learners and from families of recent immigrants. The students would not usually have the opportunity to interact with technology in a creative way that is available in a Maker Space program.

    For more information on Summer Service Projects and the Application proces, please click here. 
  • Jun
    19

    #3DNYC

    #3DNYC / Convent of the Sacred Heart, New York, NY
    June 16-22, 2019 / Female Students entering grades 10-12
    Amanda Codina / Convent of the Sacred Heart, New York, NY


    #3DNYC - Diversity, Differences, and Dialogue - Using dialogue training, direct service, and reflection to help students dive deeper into the 8 social identifiers of diversity. The purpose of this project is to educate students on identity, differences, and the importance of dialogue. Specifically, the program will aim to: educate students on the 8 social identifiers of diversity (age, race, ethnicity, ability, gender, sexual orientation, religion, socioeconomic status), as well as teach them that diversity and identity are relevant to all introduce the foundations of dialogue and encourage students to use these skills through reflection and direct service provide students with a foundation to design a platform for all network students to dialogue about differences Students will spend the first full day learning about the 8 social identifiers, how the identifiers pertain to them, and the foundations for dialogue. Each day after this, students will focus on 1-2 identifiers per day. A typical day will begin with prayer, a presentation by a guest speaker(s), dialogue activities, and a service activity that reflects the identifier(s) of the day. Because time will not allow us to cover each identifier in depth, we will focus on ability, religion, race, ethnicity, and gender. On the last day, students will be encouraged to work together to design an online platform (i.e. - blog, google site, tumblr, etc.) that can be used as a resource by all network schools. 

    For more information on Summer Service Projects & the Application Process, please click here. 
  • Transformed and Transplanted: The Dichotomy of Gentrification

    Transformed and Transplanted: The Dichotomy of Gentrification / Miami, FL
    June 16-22, 2019 / Female Students entering grades 9-12
    Sarah Kreh / Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart, Miami, FL


    What is gentrification? This project is designed to introduce the girls to some of the issues within a community that foster this change in demographics. We will explore how systems affect groups within communities and their access to resources through the exploration of food deserts, housing access, education access, and other cultural resources. We have to understand that communities are changed by their access to these resources. We will partner with organizations presiding in the West Grove (our neighborhood) and that have connections with Carrollton already. We will foster dialogue and planning to address the systems in place that allow gentrification to occur in Miami and elsewhere. The beginning part of the week will focus on education and the second part of the week will focus on service, with an exchange of perspectives with people outside of their normal community

    For more information on Summer Service Projects & the Application Process, please click here. 
  • Making in Houston

    Making in Houston / Regis School, Houston, TX
    June 17-21, 2019 / Male Students entering grades 7-9
    Christine Broadston / Regis School, Houston, TX


    Network boys will be trained in several Maker Space (STEAM) activities that they will then lead for groups of students on a field trip. The students will come from an underserved area of Houston. Many will be English Language Learners and from families of recent immigrants. The students would not usually have the opportunity to interact with technology in a creative way that is available in a Maker Space program.

    For more information on Summer Service Projects and the Application proces, please click here. 
  • Jun
    20

    #3DNYC

    #3DNYC / Convent of the Sacred Heart, New York, NY
    June 16-22, 2019 / Female Students entering grades 10-12
    Amanda Codina / Convent of the Sacred Heart, New York, NY


    #3DNYC - Diversity, Differences, and Dialogue - Using dialogue training, direct service, and reflection to help students dive deeper into the 8 social identifiers of diversity. The purpose of this project is to educate students on identity, differences, and the importance of dialogue. Specifically, the program will aim to: educate students on the 8 social identifiers of diversity (age, race, ethnicity, ability, gender, sexual orientation, religion, socioeconomic status), as well as teach them that diversity and identity are relevant to all introduce the foundations of dialogue and encourage students to use these skills through reflection and direct service provide students with a foundation to design a platform for all network students to dialogue about differences Students will spend the first full day learning about the 8 social identifiers, how the identifiers pertain to them, and the foundations for dialogue. Each day after this, students will focus on 1-2 identifiers per day. A typical day will begin with prayer, a presentation by a guest speaker(s), dialogue activities, and a service activity that reflects the identifier(s) of the day. Because time will not allow us to cover each identifier in depth, we will focus on ability, religion, race, ethnicity, and gender. On the last day, students will be encouraged to work together to design an online platform (i.e. - blog, google site, tumblr, etc.) that can be used as a resource by all network schools. 

    For more information on Summer Service Projects & the Application Process, please click here. 
  • Transformed and Transplanted: The Dichotomy of Gentrification

    Transformed and Transplanted: The Dichotomy of Gentrification / Miami, FL
    June 16-22, 2019 / Female Students entering grades 9-12
    Sarah Kreh / Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart, Miami, FL


    What is gentrification? This project is designed to introduce the girls to some of the issues within a community that foster this change in demographics. We will explore how systems affect groups within communities and their access to resources through the exploration of food deserts, housing access, education access, and other cultural resources. We have to understand that communities are changed by their access to these resources. We will partner with organizations presiding in the West Grove (our neighborhood) and that have connections with Carrollton already. We will foster dialogue and planning to address the systems in place that allow gentrification to occur in Miami and elsewhere. The beginning part of the week will focus on education and the second part of the week will focus on service, with an exchange of perspectives with people outside of their normal community

    For more information on Summer Service Projects & the Application Process, please click here. 
  • Making in Houston

    Making in Houston / Regis School, Houston, TX
    June 17-21, 2019 / Male Students entering grades 7-9
    Christine Broadston / Regis School, Houston, TX


    Network boys will be trained in several Maker Space (STEAM) activities that they will then lead for groups of students on a field trip. The students will come from an underserved area of Houston. Many will be English Language Learners and from families of recent immigrants. The students would not usually have the opportunity to interact with technology in a creative way that is available in a Maker Space program.

    For more information on Summer Service Projects and the Application proces, please click here. 
  • Jun
    21

    #3DNYC

    #3DNYC / Convent of the Sacred Heart, New York, NY
    June 16-22, 2019 / Female Students entering grades 10-12
    Amanda Codina / Convent of the Sacred Heart, New York, NY


    #3DNYC - Diversity, Differences, and Dialogue - Using dialogue training, direct service, and reflection to help students dive deeper into the 8 social identifiers of diversity. The purpose of this project is to educate students on identity, differences, and the importance of dialogue. Specifically, the program will aim to: educate students on the 8 social identifiers of diversity (age, race, ethnicity, ability, gender, sexual orientation, religion, socioeconomic status), as well as teach them that diversity and identity are relevant to all introduce the foundations of dialogue and encourage students to use these skills through reflection and direct service provide students with a foundation to design a platform for all network students to dialogue about differences Students will spend the first full day learning about the 8 social identifiers, how the identifiers pertain to them, and the foundations for dialogue. Each day after this, students will focus on 1-2 identifiers per day. A typical day will begin with prayer, a presentation by a guest speaker(s), dialogue activities, and a service activity that reflects the identifier(s) of the day. Because time will not allow us to cover each identifier in depth, we will focus on ability, religion, race, ethnicity, and gender. On the last day, students will be encouraged to work together to design an online platform (i.e. - blog, google site, tumblr, etc.) that can be used as a resource by all network schools. 

    For more information on Summer Service Projects & the Application Process, please click here. 
  • Transformed and Transplanted: The Dichotomy of Gentrification

    Transformed and Transplanted: The Dichotomy of Gentrification / Miami, FL
    June 16-22, 2019 / Female Students entering grades 9-12
    Sarah Kreh / Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart, Miami, FL


    What is gentrification? This project is designed to introduce the girls to some of the issues within a community that foster this change in demographics. We will explore how systems affect groups within communities and their access to resources through the exploration of food deserts, housing access, education access, and other cultural resources. We have to understand that communities are changed by their access to these resources. We will partner with organizations presiding in the West Grove (our neighborhood) and that have connections with Carrollton already. We will foster dialogue and planning to address the systems in place that allow gentrification to occur in Miami and elsewhere. The beginning part of the week will focus on education and the second part of the week will focus on service, with an exchange of perspectives with people outside of their normal community

    For more information on Summer Service Projects & the Application Process, please click here. 
  • Making in Houston

    Making in Houston / Regis School, Houston, TX
    June 17-21, 2019 / Male Students entering grades 7-9
    Christine Broadston / Regis School, Houston, TX


    Network boys will be trained in several Maker Space (STEAM) activities that they will then lead for groups of students on a field trip. The students will come from an underserved area of Houston. Many will be English Language Learners and from families of recent immigrants. The students would not usually have the opportunity to interact with technology in a creative way that is available in a Maker Space program.

    For more information on Summer Service Projects and the Application proces, please click here. 
  • Jun
    22

    #3DNYC

    #3DNYC / Convent of the Sacred Heart, New York, NY
    June 16-22, 2019 / Female Students entering grades 10-12
    Amanda Codina / Convent of the Sacred Heart, New York, NY


    #3DNYC - Diversity, Differences, and Dialogue - Using dialogue training, direct service, and reflection to help students dive deeper into the 8 social identifiers of diversity. The purpose of this project is to educate students on identity, differences, and the importance of dialogue. Specifically, the program will aim to: educate students on the 8 social identifiers of diversity (age, race, ethnicity, ability, gender, sexual orientation, religion, socioeconomic status), as well as teach them that diversity and identity are relevant to all introduce the foundations of dialogue and encourage students to use these skills through reflection and direct service provide students with a foundation to design a platform for all network students to dialogue about differences Students will spend the first full day learning about the 8 social identifiers, how the identifiers pertain to them, and the foundations for dialogue. Each day after this, students will focus on 1-2 identifiers per day. A typical day will begin with prayer, a presentation by a guest speaker(s), dialogue activities, and a service activity that reflects the identifier(s) of the day. Because time will not allow us to cover each identifier in depth, we will focus on ability, religion, race, ethnicity, and gender. On the last day, students will be encouraged to work together to design an online platform (i.e. - blog, google site, tumblr, etc.) that can be used as a resource by all network schools. 

    For more information on Summer Service Projects & the Application Process, please click here. 
  • Transformed and Transplanted: The Dichotomy of Gentrification

    Transformed and Transplanted: The Dichotomy of Gentrification / Miami, FL
    June 16-22, 2019 / Female Students entering grades 9-12
    Sarah Kreh / Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart, Miami, FL


    What is gentrification? This project is designed to introduce the girls to some of the issues within a community that foster this change in demographics. We will explore how systems affect groups within communities and their access to resources through the exploration of food deserts, housing access, education access, and other cultural resources. We have to understand that communities are changed by their access to these resources. We will partner with organizations presiding in the West Grove (our neighborhood) and that have connections with Carrollton already. We will foster dialogue and planning to address the systems in place that allow gentrification to occur in Miami and elsewhere. The beginning part of the week will focus on education and the second part of the week will focus on service, with an exchange of perspectives with people outside of their normal community

    For more information on Summer Service Projects & the Application Process, please click here. 
  • Juvenile Justice

    Juvenile Justice / Sacred Heart Schools Chicago, IL
    June 22-29, 2019 / Female Students entering grades 10-12
    Jane Steinfels / Sacred Heart Schools, Chicago, IL


    The Juvenile Justice Summer Project will provide high school students from various states a perspective of the experience of a teenager in our nation’s criminal justice system. In an urban setting and an ethnically diverse population, the students will consider the context in which many of our nation’s teen-agers live. Students will look at different support structures that work to help young people who are at risk for a variety of reasons (prevention programs, alternative high schools, etc.) Students will learn about how the State of Illinois makes decisions about the prosecution of juvenile offenders as well as particular case-studies. Students will visit juvenile court, Precious Blood Ministry of Reconciliation, Kolbe House, and a peer jury program in the Chicago Public School system. Students will meet with advocates for juvenile justice, judges, prosecutors, public defenders, juvenile probation officers, social workers, attorneys, educators, teenagers who have been in the justice system, college students researching juvenile justice, and others who have a role in the judicial system, in the communities, and in the lives of the young people.

    For more information on Summer Service Projects and the Application proces, please click here. 
  • Poverty, Race & Culture in New Orleans

    Poverty, Race & Culture in New Orleans / Duchesne House, New Orleans, LA June 22-28, 2018 / Female and Male Students entering grades 10-11
    Bonnie Kearney, RSCJ / Duchesne House, New Orleans, LA


    The students will be immersed in: culture/s of New Orleans and new ways to think about race, poverty, history, community. This trip will combine learning and serving and living simply. They will document their experiences and will work together to have a digital expression of the journey they take. The experience will include work at the Thensted Summer Camp and other local agencies.

    For more information on Summer Service Projects & the Application Process, please click here. 
  • Jun
    23

    Juvenile Justice

    Juvenile Justice / Sacred Heart Schools Chicago, IL
    June 22-29, 2019 / Female Students entering grades 10-12
    Jane Steinfels / Sacred Heart Schools, Chicago, IL


    The Juvenile Justice Summer Project will provide high school students from various states a perspective of the experience of a teenager in our nation’s criminal justice system. In an urban setting and an ethnically diverse population, the students will consider the context in which many of our nation’s teen-agers live. Students will look at different support structures that work to help young people who are at risk for a variety of reasons (prevention programs, alternative high schools, etc.) Students will learn about how the State of Illinois makes decisions about the prosecution of juvenile offenders as well as particular case-studies. Students will visit juvenile court, Precious Blood Ministry of Reconciliation, Kolbe House, and a peer jury program in the Chicago Public School system. Students will meet with advocates for juvenile justice, judges, prosecutors, public defenders, juvenile probation officers, social workers, attorneys, educators, teenagers who have been in the justice system, college students researching juvenile justice, and others who have a role in the judicial system, in the communities, and in the lives of the young people.

    For more information on Summer Service Projects and the Application proces, please click here. 
  • Poverty, Race & Culture in New Orleans

    Poverty, Race & Culture in New Orleans / Duchesne House, New Orleans, LA June 22-28, 2018 / Female and Male Students entering grades 10-11
    Bonnie Kearney, RSCJ / Duchesne House, New Orleans, LA


    The students will be immersed in: culture/s of New Orleans and new ways to think about race, poverty, history, community. This trip will combine learning and serving and living simply. They will document their experiences and will work together to have a digital expression of the journey they take. The experience will include work at the Thensted Summer Camp and other local agencies.

    For more information on Summer Service Projects & the Application Process, please click here. 
  • Sustainability and Service

    Sustainability and Service / Duchesne Academy, Omaha, NE
    June 23-29, 2019 / Female Students entering grades 10-12
    Kim Kreis / Duchesne Academy, Omaha, NE
     

    This trip will serve as a mixture of direct service, hand-on learning, and exploratory excursions. An immersive experience in sustainability, students will explore the topic from garden to grocery store to air force base. Along the way they will learn lessons and habits that they can bring back to their own schools, families, and individual life. The experience will include visits to various local agencies include one of the best Zoo in the country! 

    For more information on Summer Service Projects & the Application Process, please click here. 
  • Jun
    24

    Juvenile Justice

    Juvenile Justice / Sacred Heart Schools Chicago, IL
    June 22-29, 2019 / Female Students entering grades 10-12
    Jane Steinfels / Sacred Heart Schools, Chicago, IL


    The Juvenile Justice Summer Project will provide high school students from various states a perspective of the experience of a teenager in our nation’s criminal justice system. In an urban setting and an ethnically diverse population, the students will consider the context in which many of our nation’s teen-agers live. Students will look at different support structures that work to help young people who are at risk for a variety of reasons (prevention programs, alternative high schools, etc.) Students will learn about how the State of Illinois makes decisions about the prosecution of juvenile offenders as well as particular case-studies. Students will visit juvenile court, Precious Blood Ministry of Reconciliation, Kolbe House, and a peer jury program in the Chicago Public School system. Students will meet with advocates for juvenile justice, judges, prosecutors, public defenders, juvenile probation officers, social workers, attorneys, educators, teenagers who have been in the justice system, college students researching juvenile justice, and others who have a role in the judicial system, in the communities, and in the lives of the young people.

    For more information on Summer Service Projects and the Application proces, please click here. 
  • Poverty, Race & Culture in New Orleans

    Poverty, Race & Culture in New Orleans / Duchesne House, New Orleans, LA June 22-28, 2018 / Female and Male Students entering grades 10-11
    Bonnie Kearney, RSCJ / Duchesne House, New Orleans, LA


    The students will be immersed in: culture/s of New Orleans and new ways to think about race, poverty, history, community. This trip will combine learning and serving and living simply. They will document their experiences and will work together to have a digital expression of the journey they take. The experience will include work at the Thensted Summer Camp and other local agencies.

    For more information on Summer Service Projects & the Application Process, please click here. 
  • Sustainability and Service

    Sustainability and Service / Duchesne Academy, Omaha, NE
    June 23-29, 2019 / Female Students entering grades 10-12
    Kim Kreis / Duchesne Academy, Omaha, NE
     

    This trip will serve as a mixture of direct service, hand-on learning, and exploratory excursions. An immersive experience in sustainability, students will explore the topic from garden to grocery store to air force base. Along the way they will learn lessons and habits that they can bring back to their own schools, families, and individual life. The experience will include visits to various local agencies include one of the best Zoo in the country! 

    For more information on Summer Service Projects & the Application Process, please click here. 
  • National Coalition of Girls's School Conference

    Los Angeles
  • Jun
    25

    Juvenile Justice

    Juvenile Justice / Sacred Heart Schools Chicago, IL
    June 22-29, 2019 / Female Students entering grades 10-12
    Jane Steinfels / Sacred Heart Schools, Chicago, IL


    The Juvenile Justice Summer Project will provide high school students from various states a perspective of the experience of a teenager in our nation’s criminal justice system. In an urban setting and an ethnically diverse population, the students will consider the context in which many of our nation’s teen-agers live. Students will look at different support structures that work to help young people who are at risk for a variety of reasons (prevention programs, alternative high schools, etc.) Students will learn about how the State of Illinois makes decisions about the prosecution of juvenile offenders as well as particular case-studies. Students will visit juvenile court, Precious Blood Ministry of Reconciliation, Kolbe House, and a peer jury program in the Chicago Public School system. Students will meet with advocates for juvenile justice, judges, prosecutors, public defenders, juvenile probation officers, social workers, attorneys, educators, teenagers who have been in the justice system, college students researching juvenile justice, and others who have a role in the judicial system, in the communities, and in the lives of the young people.

    For more information on Summer Service Projects and the Application proces, please click here. 
  • Poverty, Race & Culture in New Orleans

    Poverty, Race & Culture in New Orleans / Duchesne House, New Orleans, LA June 22-28, 2018 / Female and Male Students entering grades 10-11
    Bonnie Kearney, RSCJ / Duchesne House, New Orleans, LA


    The students will be immersed in: culture/s of New Orleans and new ways to think about race, poverty, history, community. This trip will combine learning and serving and living simply. They will document their experiences and will work together to have a digital expression of the journey they take. The experience will include work at the Thensted Summer Camp and other local agencies.

    For more information on Summer Service Projects & the Application Process, please click here. 
  • Sustainability and Service

    Sustainability and Service / Duchesne Academy, Omaha, NE
    June 23-29, 2019 / Female Students entering grades 10-12
    Kim Kreis / Duchesne Academy, Omaha, NE
     

    This trip will serve as a mixture of direct service, hand-on learning, and exploratory excursions. An immersive experience in sustainability, students will explore the topic from garden to grocery store to air force base. Along the way they will learn lessons and habits that they can bring back to their own schools, families, and individual life. The experience will include visits to various local agencies include one of the best Zoo in the country! 

    For more information on Summer Service Projects & the Application Process, please click here. 
  • National Coalition of Girls's School Conference

    Los Angeles
  • Jun
    26

    Juvenile Justice

    Juvenile Justice / Sacred Heart Schools Chicago, IL
    June 22-29, 2019 / Female Students entering grades 10-12
    Jane Steinfels / Sacred Heart Schools, Chicago, IL


    The Juvenile Justice Summer Project will provide high school students from various states a perspective of the experience of a teenager in our nation’s criminal justice system. In an urban setting and an ethnically diverse population, the students will consider the context in which many of our nation’s teen-agers live. Students will look at different support structures that work to help young people who are at risk for a variety of reasons (prevention programs, alternative high schools, etc.) Students will learn about how the State of Illinois makes decisions about the prosecution of juvenile offenders as well as particular case-studies. Students will visit juvenile court, Precious Blood Ministry of Reconciliation, Kolbe House, and a peer jury program in the Chicago Public School system. Students will meet with advocates for juvenile justice, judges, prosecutors, public defenders, juvenile probation officers, social workers, attorneys, educators, teenagers who have been in the justice system, college students researching juvenile justice, and others who have a role in the judicial system, in the communities, and in the lives of the young people.

    For more information on Summer Service Projects and the Application proces, please click here. 
  • Poverty, Race & Culture in New Orleans

    Poverty, Race & Culture in New Orleans / Duchesne House, New Orleans, LA June 22-28, 2018 / Female and Male Students entering grades 10-11
    Bonnie Kearney, RSCJ / Duchesne House, New Orleans, LA


    The students will be immersed in: culture/s of New Orleans and new ways to think about race, poverty, history, community. This trip will combine learning and serving and living simply. They will document their experiences and will work together to have a digital expression of the journey they take. The experience will include work at the Thensted Summer Camp and other local agencies.

    For more information on Summer Service Projects & the Application Process, please click here. 
  • Sustainability and Service

    Sustainability and Service / Duchesne Academy, Omaha, NE
    June 23-29, 2019 / Female Students entering grades 10-12
    Kim Kreis / Duchesne Academy, Omaha, NE
     

    This trip will serve as a mixture of direct service, hand-on learning, and exploratory excursions. An immersive experience in sustainability, students will explore the topic from garden to grocery store to air force base. Along the way they will learn lessons and habits that they can bring back to their own schools, families, and individual life. The experience will include visits to various local agencies include one of the best Zoo in the country! 

    For more information on Summer Service Projects & the Application Process, please click here. 
  • National Coalition of Girls's School Conference

    Los Angeles
  • Jun
    27

    Juvenile Justice

    Juvenile Justice / Sacred Heart Schools Chicago, IL
    June 22-29, 2019 / Female Students entering grades 10-12
    Jane Steinfels / Sacred Heart Schools, Chicago, IL


    The Juvenile Justice Summer Project will provide high school students from various states a perspective of the experience of a teenager in our nation’s criminal justice system. In an urban setting and an ethnically diverse population, the students will consider the context in which many of our nation’s teen-agers live. Students will look at different support structures that work to help young people who are at risk for a variety of reasons (prevention programs, alternative high schools, etc.) Students will learn about how the State of Illinois makes decisions about the prosecution of juvenile offenders as well as particular case-studies. Students will visit juvenile court, Precious Blood Ministry of Reconciliation, Kolbe House, and a peer jury program in the Chicago Public School system. Students will meet with advocates for juvenile justice, judges, prosecutors, public defenders, juvenile probation officers, social workers, attorneys, educators, teenagers who have been in the justice system, college students researching juvenile justice, and others who have a role in the judicial system, in the communities, and in the lives of the young people.

    For more information on Summer Service Projects and the Application proces, please click here. 
  • Poverty, Race & Culture in New Orleans

    Poverty, Race & Culture in New Orleans / Duchesne House, New Orleans, LA June 22-28, 2018 / Female and Male Students entering grades 10-11
    Bonnie Kearney, RSCJ / Duchesne House, New Orleans, LA


    The students will be immersed in: culture/s of New Orleans and new ways to think about race, poverty, history, community. This trip will combine learning and serving and living simply. They will document their experiences and will work together to have a digital expression of the journey they take. The experience will include work at the Thensted Summer Camp and other local agencies.

    For more information on Summer Service Projects & the Application Process, please click here. 
  • Sustainability and Service

    Sustainability and Service / Duchesne Academy, Omaha, NE
    June 23-29, 2019 / Female Students entering grades 10-12
    Kim Kreis / Duchesne Academy, Omaha, NE
     

    This trip will serve as a mixture of direct service, hand-on learning, and exploratory excursions. An immersive experience in sustainability, students will explore the topic from garden to grocery store to air force base. Along the way they will learn lessons and habits that they can bring back to their own schools, families, and individual life. The experience will include visits to various local agencies include one of the best Zoo in the country! 

    For more information on Summer Service Projects & the Application Process, please click here. 
  • Jun
    28

    Juvenile Justice

    Juvenile Justice / Sacred Heart Schools Chicago, IL
    June 22-29, 2019 / Female Students entering grades 10-12
    Jane Steinfels / Sacred Heart Schools, Chicago, IL


    The Juvenile Justice Summer Project will provide high school students from various states a perspective of the experience of a teenager in our nation’s criminal justice system. In an urban setting and an ethnically diverse population, the students will consider the context in which many of our nation’s teen-agers live. Students will look at different support structures that work to help young people who are at risk for a variety of reasons (prevention programs, alternative high schools, etc.) Students will learn about how the State of Illinois makes decisions about the prosecution of juvenile offenders as well as particular case-studies. Students will visit juvenile court, Precious Blood Ministry of Reconciliation, Kolbe House, and a peer jury program in the Chicago Public School system. Students will meet with advocates for juvenile justice, judges, prosecutors, public defenders, juvenile probation officers, social workers, attorneys, educators, teenagers who have been in the justice system, college students researching juvenile justice, and others who have a role in the judicial system, in the communities, and in the lives of the young people.

    For more information on Summer Service Projects and the Application proces, please click here. 
  • Poverty, Race & Culture in New Orleans

    Poverty, Race & Culture in New Orleans / Duchesne House, New Orleans, LA June 22-28, 2018 / Female and Male Students entering grades 10-11
    Bonnie Kearney, RSCJ / Duchesne House, New Orleans, LA


    The students will be immersed in: culture/s of New Orleans and new ways to think about race, poverty, history, community. This trip will combine learning and serving and living simply. They will document their experiences and will work together to have a digital expression of the journey they take. The experience will include work at the Thensted Summer Camp and other local agencies.

    For more information on Summer Service Projects & the Application Process, please click here. 
  • Sustainability and Service

    Sustainability and Service / Duchesne Academy, Omaha, NE
    June 23-29, 2019 / Female Students entering grades 10-12
    Kim Kreis / Duchesne Academy, Omaha, NE
     

    This trip will serve as a mixture of direct service, hand-on learning, and exploratory excursions. An immersive experience in sustainability, students will explore the topic from garden to grocery store to air force base. Along the way they will learn lessons and habits that they can bring back to their own schools, families, and individual life. The experience will include visits to various local agencies include one of the best Zoo in the country! 

    For more information on Summer Service Projects & the Application Process, please click here. 
  • Jun
    29

    Juvenile Justice

    Juvenile Justice / Sacred Heart Schools Chicago, IL
    June 22-29, 2019 / Female Students entering grades 10-12
    Jane Steinfels / Sacred Heart Schools, Chicago, IL


    The Juvenile Justice Summer Project will provide high school students from various states a perspective of the experience of a teenager in our nation’s criminal justice system. In an urban setting and an ethnically diverse population, the students will consider the context in which many of our nation’s teen-agers live. Students will look at different support structures that work to help young people who are at risk for a variety of reasons (prevention programs, alternative high schools, etc.) Students will learn about how the State of Illinois makes decisions about the prosecution of juvenile offenders as well as particular case-studies. Students will visit juvenile court, Precious Blood Ministry of Reconciliation, Kolbe House, and a peer jury program in the Chicago Public School system. Students will meet with advocates for juvenile justice, judges, prosecutors, public defenders, juvenile probation officers, social workers, attorneys, educators, teenagers who have been in the justice system, college students researching juvenile justice, and others who have a role in the judicial system, in the communities, and in the lives of the young people.

    For more information on Summer Service Projects and the Application proces, please click here. 
  • Sustainability and Service

    Sustainability and Service / Duchesne Academy, Omaha, NE
    June 23-29, 2019 / Female Students entering grades 10-12
    Kim Kreis / Duchesne Academy, Omaha, NE
     

    This trip will serve as a mixture of direct service, hand-on learning, and exploratory excursions. An immersive experience in sustainability, students will explore the topic from garden to grocery store to air force base. Along the way they will learn lessons and habits that they can bring back to their own schools, families, and individual life. The experience will include visits to various local agencies include one of the best Zoo in the country! 

    For more information on Summer Service Projects & the Application Process, please click here. 
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Schools of the Sacred Heart share in the educational mission of the Society of the Sacred Heart as articulated in the Goals and Criteria. The structure supporting Sacred Heart education in Canada and the United States includes the Conference of Sacred Heart Education and the Network of Sacred Heart Schools.  Together they provide services and programs to ensure vitality of mission for the member schools sponsored by the Society of the Sacred Heart.