SHS Spotlight

April 24, 2020

Registration for 2020-2021 is ongoing!

All registration can be done through SchoolSpeak. The registration fee was not increased as of April 1 and will continue to be $50 for all returning families.


Once you complete the online registration, just mail your tuition contract and registration fee to the school at 433 Baraga Avenue, L'Anse MI 49946. If you would like to be considered for scholarship or tuition assistance funds, we also need a copy of your most recent tax return.


Questions regarding the registration process should be emailed to Mrs. Rich, while any questions about tuition assistance should be emailed to Mrs. Miron.


God bless you all! We are praying our entire SHS family stays safe and healthy.

A Letter from Mrs. Miron

Dear Sacred Heart School Families,


Happy Easter! I am so grateful for your support during this time. I know that there has been a huge learning curve for all of us--students, parents, teachers, and me. Please know that we are all here to support you. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to reach out to your children's teachers or to me.


Re-enrollment for next year continues, even from a distance, as it's available on SchoolSpeak. If you would like to be considered for tuition assistance or scholarship funds, we need your re-enrollment plus a copy of your most recent tax return no later than May 15.


Re-enrollment helps us with our planning for next year, so if you have not yet re-enrolled, we ask that you do so as soon as possible. This helps us budget, offer contracts to our teachers for next year, and begin planning to support you in the education and faith formation of your children. However, I also realize there is a lot of financial uncertainty in our world right now. Please let me know if there is anything we can do to support you.


I am praying daily for all of you. God bless!


Mrs. Christy Miron, Principal

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Sacred Heart Catholic School integrates faith and reason to develop the whole child into a disciple of Jesus Christ, a great thinker, and a lifelong learner.
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