The Academy’s Upper School program, Grades 7-12, is a rigorous academic curriculum covering humanities (Theology, English, Social Studies, World Languages), STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) and the arts (Performing Arts, Creative Arts, Band). The challenging curriculum incorporates 21st Century learning skills and students engage in a myriad of classes which emphasizes critical thinking, creativity and collaboration. Our students are well-versed in technology and media literacy and integrate those skills into projects, assignments and club-associated activities. The students are social justice seekers advocating for themselves and those in the community. Students graduate from the Academy equipped with initiative and leadership skills to be competent, compassionate global citizens in today’s ever-changing world.
Semester Course = 1/2 credit
Year Course = 1 credit
Sacred Hearts Academy partners with Chaminade University of Honolulu to offer introductory level college courses on campus. The Early College Program is an initiative designed to allow more high school students to earn college credits before graduating from high school while meeting high school graduation requirements (dual credits).
Taking college courses while in high school is an opportunity for our students to graduate with advanced college-standing and to be better prepared for their future degree and career options. The Early College Program is open to Grades 10-12.
The Sacred Hearts Academy Advisory Program begins in 7th Grade and continues through the students' senior year. Advisory nurtures compassion and moral responsibility; person, social and emotional development; community building; and academic skill development.
Advisory classes are led by faculty members who serve as students' mentors and advocates. The faculty members are called advisors. Students develop supportive relationships with these teachers and their peers within the advisory. Advisories become a safe space where students can try out new ideas and explore their own identities. In the process, they cultivate a sense of self: academically, emotionally and socially.