Summer Camp

Summer Camp Trips – Registration Open, Talk at Faith Night for More DetailsTeddy Holy

All middle schoolers are invited to join our trips to LifeTeen summer camps in the mountains of North Georgia. Our time will be spent enjoying each other, the outdoors, and wonderful opportunities to grow closer to God. Highlighted activities include hiking, rafting, swimming, prayer & reflection, small group, messy games, the craft barn, ropes courses, and ziplining.

There are two trips. Current 8th graders are invited to join the high school trip to Camp Covecrest, June 15-20. Current 6th & 7th graders are invited to Camp Hidden Lake, June 8-13. Mr. Schmitz, Mr. Reding, and Cathedral volunteers will lead the Covecrest trip; Mr. Reding and Cathedral volunteers will lead the Hidden Lake trip.

Camp Photo of the Girls 2Camp Covecrest costs $560; Camp Hidden Lake is $540. All trip members are expected to join in fundraising efforts to cover the addition cost of chaperones and transportation.

There are a limited number of spots available: Registration is open as of today. A $100 deposit secures a camper’s spot in the trip. Registration closes Oct. 31st. To register your child, contact James Reding at . Once you’re in touch with Mr. Reding, a private web link to pay the deposit will then be sent to you.

Further trip details will be discussed tomorrow, the 16th, at Faith Night and can be found at

Lenten Notes


            As we recognize that Ash Wednesday is Wednesday, February 14th, we invite you to participate and begin our annual journey with Jesus as we prepare for Easter. I invite you to join us for our Friday liturgies, stations of the cross on Friday afternoon at 2 p.m., and our parish fish fries on Friday evening.

The traditional disciplines of Lent are prayer, fasting and almsgiving. Traditionally, as Catholics, we refrain from eating meat on Friday.  While this does not include all school-aged children, I realize families honor this tradition.  As a result, we will include two non-meat options with our Friday lunches ordered on-line.  These options  are a cheese pizza and vegetarian sandwich, both from Schlotzky’s  Deli.



Cathedral Youth Ministry


All Middle School & High School students are invited to join us on Sunday evenings  in Ave Maria Hall, following 5:30PM Mass.  We will start with a meal, followed by fellowship and prayer.

All are welcome to join, even though the program is underway.  Registration material will be available.

6:30 – 8:00 PM


8th Grade Exam Schedule

  • Friday, May 12th – Math (2 periods) and Spanishkeep-calm-exams

  • Monday, May 15th, Social Studies (8S) and Literature (8E)

  • Tuesday, May 16th, Social Studies (8E) and Literature (8S), and Science (both sections)

  • Religion is a take-home test due on Friday, May 12th

    • will be given out one week in advance

  • English is a take-home test due Monday, May 15th

    • will be given out one week in advance.

Ms. Drummond will begin collecting laptops on Monday, May 15th – as soon as the English take-home tests are turned in.  Please make sure that your child brings the laptop, charger, and cord to school on Monday, May 15th.  

If the charger is not turned in, you will be billed for the cost of a replacement at $79.00.  

Only Apple branded parts are acceptable – no third party replacements will be accepted.

Letter from the Principal

April 9, 2017

Dear Parents, Guardians and Supporters of Sacred Heart Cathedral School,snow

We have begun the Holiest of Weeks in the Church Year with the celebration of Palm Sunday.  We are fast approaching the Sacred Triduum of Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and the Easter Vigil.  It is a time of great reflection but alto a time of great grace.  May this week be an opportunity for each us to stop, listen and reflect on the voice of our God.

We have been blessed with many events at Sacred Heart Cathedral School.  Our Science Olympiad team qualified to compete at the state level and placed 15 overall in the state with team members earning medals.  Our middle school students spent the day at NAS and learned what is involved in aviation. Our fifth graders spent the day studying environmental issues while some of our other grades are looking forward to their upcoming field trips. Our second graders are busy preparing for their first Communion in May.

Before we look forward to our anticipated spring break, there are a few important events planned for this week.

  • In tradition, the eighth-grade class will attend the Chrism Mass on Tuesday at 10 a.m., followed by lunch and an afternoon of basketball/sports with the seminarians.
  • Our second-grade students have been practicing for the Living Stations of the Cross that will be presented on Wednesday at 1:30 p.m., in the Cathedral. Please plan to join us for this.
  • Our annual poetry night is this Wednesday evening at 6 p.m. If you wkimbellould like to present a reading or have an original piece of work, please contact me.

Whether you stay home this season or travel to relax or be with family, may the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you as we, united in our faith, go forward together to spread the good news of God’s love.

Prayers for a Blessed Easter,

Elizabeth and Dave