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Sacred Heart Catholic School has approximately 250 students in grades pre-K through 12th. The school welcomes any student who is academically qualified, regardless of racial, economic, religious, sociological, or ethnic background. Although the vast majority of students are Catholic, 3% of our student body belongs to other denominations, making Sacred Heart Catholic School an ecumenical center. Within our school family, a balanced emphasis is placed upon the spiritual, academic, social, and physical growth of each person.
Sacred Heart Catholic School’s student to faculty ratio is 10:1. This low ratio is ideal for students and for teachers who view their work as a ministry rather than a job. Genuinely caring about each student’s success, they devote the time and attention necessary to help students develop to their maximum potential. Serving as role models, teachers live their faith each day, not only teaching but inspiring students to grow, both academically as well as spiritually. The low ratio also helps to foster a close relationship between parents and teachers.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Fort Worth has adopted and will be implementing the curriculum standards currently used by the Archdiocese of Hartford. Some slight modifications to the Hartford Curriculum will be made to accommodate requirements particular to the state of Texas. The revised Hartford curriculum will be finalized and posted this summer.
Sacred Heart Catholic School is a preschool through grade 12 coeducational Catholic day school, located in Muenster, Texas, a rural farming community of 1,556. Six miles south of the Texas-Oklahoma border, the city of Muenster is situated on US 82, 14 miles west of I-35 and 75 miles east of Wichita Falls. About an hour and ten minutes from the Dallas/Ft. Worth metroplex, Muenster is close enough for convenient access, but far enough away to avoid urban crime, pollution, heavy traffic, and exorbitant real estate prices. Most residents are descendents of a small group of German settlers who founded the community in 1889. People in the area know their neighbors and are attuned to the traditional values of hard work, honesty, and respect.
Having a Catholic church and school were top priorities of Muenster’s founders and settlers. Sacred Heart Catholic School started in April of 1890, less than six months after the community of Muenster was established. The Olivetan Benedictine Sisters came to teach in 1895, and they have continued to serve the children of Sacred Heart Catholic School for more than one hundred years. Through the years, they have been joined by highly expert, enthusiastic, and dedicated lay teachers.
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