Sacred Heart Cathedral School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, national or ethnic origin in selecting students, faculty or staff. Admission is based on the availability of spaces in each class and adherence to requirements listed below.
All newly enrolled students will be accepted on a probationary basis for one nine-week grading period. The purpose of this policy is to determine the student’s ability to adjust to the school’s philosophy and curriculum.
Probationary status may be extended beyond one semester at the discretion of school administration.
Parents seeking to enroll their child in the Pre-K program need to present their Certificate of Eligibility issued by the Early Learning Coalition Office of Escambia County.
As a private school, you are requesting that your child be enrolled. Therefore, if you wish for your child to remain enrolled at our school, you must accept our philosophy and the discipline policies that we have in place. We reserve the right to request that your child continue his/her education elsewhere if you are unable or unwilling to adhere to our rules and regulations.
We are first and foremost a Catholic school, committed to the holistic education of our students. Located in an older, established – but changing – neighborhood, Sacred Heart Cathedral School serves the educational needs of our own parish children as well as many from other parishes, and some non-Catholics.
For over 100 years, Sacred Heart School has maintained its quality of education and Christian standards. Explore the difference of a Catholic education.
It is the policy of the Diocese of Pensacola–Tallahassee to admit students of any race, disability, color, sex, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.