Sacred Heart Academy honored with national award

The Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) based in Washington, D.C., has honored Sacred Heart Academy with the 2015 Circle of Excellence bronze award.

The school was recognized for it recruitment video titled “All My Life,” which “highlighted the mission and spirit of SHA,” according to a press release from the school.

“News of the CASE award was affirmation of a storyline that reflects the true nature of investing in a Sacred Heart Academy education,” said Anne Blim, who along with her husband John Blim filmed the video. “ ‘All My life’ came together with the spirit of the young women interviewed and their desire to reach girls searching for a high school home.”

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