9968 Bayou des Glaises
Moreauville, LA 71355
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The curriculum followed by Sacred Heart School is in harmony with the State Curriculum regulations for accredited school in Louisiana. It offers the student a challenging and well-integrated program of studies.
Resources of the library and audio-visual media and computer labs are always available so that the student may utilize all of his potential in the learning process.
Christian doctrine is incorporated in the curriculum both as a required course and in religion oriented activities. Religion is the central course in the curriculum. The program is designed not only to present a well-organized exposition of subject matter, but also to bring each student to a personal experience of his faith and a deeper knowledge and love of Jesus Christ as He is revealed to us through the Bible and the people around us.
In the primary grades strong emphasis is placed on reading and mathematics. Reading is expanded in the Language Arts program (English, penmanship, spelling, library). Mathematics is presented in a manner to provide opportunities to think mathematically and to create imaginative methods for attacking mathematical problems. All the other subjects are geared toward the social aspects of the child’s growth in the early years of development in the educational process.
The curriculum in the intermediate grades includes state required courses: English, Mathematics, Science, Reading, Spelling, Social Studies, and Physical Education.
The academic program on the middle school level is departmentalized for the basic content areas of language arts, math, religion, science, and social studies. This helps to smooth the transition from middle school to high school level. The emphasis is placed on self-reliance and acceptance of responsibility.