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PK-8
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Glyndon, MD
Students enrolled: 650
Before care: Yes
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Po Box 3672
Glyndon, MD 21071

(410) 833-0857
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October 10, 2014
The academics are generally fine, although math falls short and other subjects/classes are uneven. I have to agree with the statement regarding teachers being less than respectful (sadly, I would even say unkind) toward students and there being a general negativity. Severe behavior seems to go unchecked and bullies have been an issue. There seems to be a lot of yelling, but yet larger issues go unaddressed. The discipline policies are uneven--7 yr olds have to sit on the sidelines at recess for talking in the hall or not knowing something when called on. Older students can get detention fro forgetting homework when what is actually needed is organizational help. I do know that last year the principal requested that parents post positive statements on this site in an effort to keep enrollment from dropping (which it has greatly, over the past 3 years)

- submitted by a parent
September 11, 2014
My daughter has been a Sacred Heart student for the last 5 years. I am VERY pleased and blessed with the quality of education she is receiving. Our family is not Catholic. We are Protestant and have been welcomed with open arms. My only critique is that there is little ethnic diversity among the staff. I have referred three other families who flat out said that was the sole reason they would not enroll their children. I am hopeful that the new principal will address this.

- submitted by a parent
June 05, 2014
Enrollment was in the high 800's just a few years ago. Low 500's now. The economy cannot be blamed for all of it, especially when many families are choosing more expensive schools.

- submitted by a parent
June 03, 2014
This school should be turned in to a all girl school... Boys don't get the same treatment as girls.

- submitted by a community member
June 03, 2014
I have been going to this school for many years the teachers have given us zero respect and I totally agree with the person below.

- submitted by a community member
April 17, 2014
This is a great school. They mold and nurture their students academically, socially and spiritually. I am impressed with their curriculum. The culture of the school prepare the kids for future endeavors.

- submitted by a parent
April 16, 2014
I can't imagine "sarcastic" or "derogatory behavior" being used to describe any of the teachers at this school. The teachers are the school's strength, no question. My daughter graduated, and placed right into an honors program for math at one of the best high schools in the area. Her language arts preparation was top notch--honors placement there, too. Has adjusted beautifully. We credit her Sacred Heart education with all of that.

- submitted by a parent
April 09, 2014
Sacred Heart Glydon provides a wonderful community for our children to learn about academics and faith. The families are incredible and there is such a great sense of community at the school. Children are be taught to be kind and respectful of each other which is something not found in the public schools.

- submitted by a parent
April 08, 2014
Sacred Heart School in Glyndon, Maryland is a wonderful, faith-based community where the focus is on growing children spiritually and academically. Great teachers, great families, and a great community combine in a learning environment filled with technology, extra-curricular activities, computer and language classes, art, choir, music and much more. My kids attend and they love it. My wife and I appreciate the extra attention and care of the teachers, who go out of their way to help the students. Like any Pre-K through 8 Catholic school these days, Sacred Heart School has tough issues to face. But this is one of the best schools around and will only get stronger. I highly recommend Sacred Heart School!

- submitted by a parent
September 18, 2013
Sacred Heart has been a wonderful school for our twin daughters. We love that they are in an environment that encourages prayer and ethics as well as an above standard education. We as parents and they as students have enjoyed their teachers each year. Taking two languages each year, religion classes with Masses, great extracurricular programs, and the family/community surrounding the school, are all bonuses that we don't take for granted. The school can always use funds to assist with their computer programs, gym and sports programs, and of course, their library, all of which are considerably smaller than other schools I've visited. The school and students certainly make due and do well with what they have, but I often wonder how much better they would do if they had more equipment, space, and books. While the teachers and staff are wonderful, the space can always use improvement. Thanks very much for your consideration.

- submitted by a parent
March 18, 2013
My husband attended this school as a child and we were thrilled to be able and send our 3 kids here as well. My kids love their school and I really can't imagine them going anywhere else. The school teaches respect, kindness as well has having a strong reading program and wonderful specials. I appreciate the organization skills and thinking skills my kids have learned. My oldest daughter is attending junior high in the fall and can't wait to get into the science lab! I would like to see a little more computer skills being taught but I am very happy with majority of classes and teachers! I love that SHG still offers music( both vocal and instrumental) art and foreign languages for K on up. I feel the teachers are responsive to concerns and available for questions or conferences, also very quick to let you know of any possible problems. I highly recommend this school ! It is in a nice area, very clean with many modern facilities. There is also before and after school care available..

- submitted by a parent
March 11, 2013
It's a good school in a nice area. The staff is friendly and the building and grounds are what you'd expect from school in this area. Tuition is high for what you get though. And the school spends more money on technology than they do teacher's salaries. This causes tuition to be very high. Overall, it's a pretty good school, just a bit high cost for what you get though.

- submitted by a parent
March 11, 2013
My daughter just started this year and she loves it! It is a true blessing to have her wake up every morning excited for her day to begin. The teachers are wonderful and other students and parents are friendly and caring. There is definitly a family feel to the enviornment and I look forward to the next 13 years as my daughter and other children attend school there.

- submitted by a parent
March 11, 2013
I have had four children attend Sacred Heart School. There are many wonderful aspects of this school. There are also some areas of great concern. The enrollment is down dramatically--this site lists 795 students, but Sacred Heart currently has approximately 688 students. I attribute some decline to the economy, but believe leadership at the school is a major problem. The school has recently discontinued its multi-child discount with very short notice to parents. As a parent of four and member of the parish, I find this to be against basic Catholic principles. I am saddened by the changes at this school over the past few years. There are many dedicated, caring teachers at Sacred Heart. There is also an involved core group of parents working hard to make Sacred Heart a special place. I feel torn as we have been a part of this school for many years, but changes must be made before I could honestly give the school a higher rating.

- submitted by a parent
March 11, 2013
As a graduate of Sacred Heart and now a parent, I have nothing but high praise for the school. As the parent of a first grader and soon to be kindergartener, we have been welcomed in all aspects of the community. Both of our children also play soccer and the school and athletic program are great. Unfortunately, not every parent is going to be happy about everything, but I believe that the school is worth every penny!

- submitted by a parent
March 07, 2013
Our family has enjoyed a long legacy with Sacred Heart Parish and School spanning two generations. We are proud to call SHG our home - there is a real sense of community here. We are confident that God will guide us through these challenging economic times and enable the administration and board to make the best decisions for our children and families. God Bless Sacred Heart.

- submitted by a parent
March 06, 2013
We have a slew of children at Sacred Heart School, so we are frequent flyers. I think that speaks volumes to the successful experience we are having at Sacred Heart School. We chose Sacred Heart School primarily because of its mission of a strong commitment to our children's Catholic faith formation, secondly for its dedication to academic excellence, and finally for encouraging service to others, and living the message of Jesus. We feel our family is welcomed, encouraged, and loved at Sacred Heart where It feels more like a loving family than a school. From an economic standpoint we feel we receive a phenomenal return on our investment. Our children will be well prepared for solid Catholic spiritual life and a successful transition to any high school our children choose to attend.

- submitted by a parent
March 04, 2013
Sacred Heart is a great school with dedicated teachers, respectful and well-mannered students, and lots of parent involvement.

- submitted by a parent
February 23, 2013
I have been blessed to be teaching at Sacred Heart for the past 11 years. My youngest daughter started at Sacred Heart in 2001 in the 4th grade and I have no doubt that her confidence and love for school had everything to do with her Sacred Heart experience. As a parent, I couldn't ask for more caring, competent teachers. The many outreach programs made her aware of the importance of helping those less fortunate. My daughter's friends were wonderful and she maintains many of these friendships presently. Sacred Heart prepared her for a challenging high school both academically and socially. As a teacher, I am so proud to be part of a school community that has such amazing children at all grade levels. It is a testament to the Sacred Heart families who have raised such compassionate, kind and helpful children. At least once a day, I am awed and humbled by acts of kindness toward one another .My colleagues make it a joy to come to work each day. There is an air of support and dedication for the school and one another that I am immensely grateful to be part of. I would highly recommend Sacred Heart School as both a parent and a proud Sacred Heart teacher.

- submitted by a teacher
February 23, 2013
We came to Sacred Heart about 6 years ago and couldn't be happier. My children and family were immediately welcomed to the SH community and feel that way to this day. My children are provided with a top notch education, with all of the latest technologies, as well a daily reinforcement of good Catholic values. Sacred Heart students and staff are compassionate & caring, behavior we find important in a school environment. I, as a parent, always have opportunites to get involved and be a part of my children's important school years. Higly recommend to any parent looking a for a private school.

- submitted by a parent
February 23, 2013
SHG School is a good Catholic school. I have enjoyed sending my kids here over the last 5 years. One thing I love about SHG is the close knit community. Most parents get along well, are happy, supportive and loving Christians. Our enrollment has dropped with economic woes and a low morale but a group of devoted parents has stepped up to work towards increasing school morale, increasing fundraising and to market our school so that we can fill our empty seats. Our children are doing well despite the above. My children have learned so much. I have been very happy with most of the schools' teachers but not all of them. As with any school, this can improve. I love the range of special programs - foreign language, art, computer, music, gym and more! I feel my children with some teachers have received a deeply rooted religious education. I would love it if the kids went to mass weekly rather than just monthly though. Our administration is learning to respond to parents concerns and requests. As long as the school board and administrators continue to listen and adapt, SHG school will improve and thrive! The kids would give the school 5 stars! They love it!

- submitted by a parent
February 23, 2013
Over the last few years we've had 3 of our 4 kids attend school here so far. We love the sense of community in the families we often socialize with at events, after school on the playground or while volunteering at school. As a mother, I love getting to volunteer in the school with my younger kids in tow and see my sons during their day. My sons love their teachers this year and have both learned so much! The Kindergarten recipe for reading really kicked off reading well for our boys! My 2nd grader understands the power of the Holy Spirit because of what he learned in the religion part of his curriculum. There are so many other learning programs too. They both play Sacred Heart soccer and basketball. SHG even has a boy scouts troop meeting at the school. Our family spends most of the day on campus of the school and parish because we love the people and the activities offered. Although there is always room for the school to improve I've learned that there are committed parents and administrators and school board members who are too. Together we can accomplish anything! If you are looking for a good academic education for your kids, Sacred Heart fits the bill.

- submitted by a parent
February 22, 2013
It is evident that there are strong opinions of this school, both positive and negative, and that's a good thing. It's wonderful that so many people have positive things to say about the school, it's equally as wonderful that people have differing opinions, this is where the administration can make an impact. You are only as good as your least favorable review.The economy absolutely has had an effect on enrollment, but it is absolutely NOT the only reason our schools enrollment is at 668 students, down from 800+ a few years ago. An effective leader should recognize and acknowledge that there ARE internal problems, should want to hear the concerns of the "angry" parents, and fix the problems that exist. There were well over 100 parents that attended a heated meeting this week, many of whom have grave concerns about the school, not just limited to the tuition. It was disheartening to hear the principal and assistant principal claim that they are not aware of internal problems at the school. You owe it to your families to BE aware. Many of the teachers ARE wonderful, some think its acceptable to speak to our children in a sarcastic, condescending tone. Bullying. Lets start there.

- submitted by a parent
February 22, 2013
My experience has been wonderful at Sacred Heart. My children feel safe, loved, and are free to express their devotion to our Catholic faith. That to me is worth all of the tuition money in the world. This school offers a disruption free class environment filled with caring, smart teachers with the latest technology at their disposal. The administration works hard to include parents, and the volunteer network is filled with committed parents. The facilities are clean and very well maintained. Most of all my children love this school and that is what matters most.

- submitted by a parent
February 22, 2013
I could not ask for a more complete experience for my child. This school is well run, clean, and provides a great Catholic education. The teachers are very nice, and the education my child receives is as good as any other school, but the thing that sets this school apart is the Catholic foundation. My child is very happy at his school.

- submitted by a parent
February 22, 2013
Good school with great kids. Would recommend to anyone with children in the area over the public alternatives.

- submitted by a parent
February 22, 2013
In spite of what angry parents may tell you about the administrative side of this school, let me tell you what this school produces. Sacred Heart boys will hold the door for you, even if they are running late. Their pants will be up around their waste, and their shirts will be pressed. The young ladies at this school know how to sit properly in a skirt, and do not focus on looking like there are heading out for a night on the town . These children are being given the gift of good common decency, and their manners and good citizenship skills are being reinforced every day. I once saw a commercial featuring a public school teacher during last election where the teacher stood up and said it was not her job to teach values. Well my friend it is most certainly the job of the teachers at Sacred Heart to teach values, and it shows. Where else but at a Catholic school will you have a teacher sit and pray with an anxious child before a test or other troubling time?

- submitted by a parent
February 22, 2013
My husband and I are very happy with this school. My daughter started in the Pre-K program and is now in the first grade. She loves school and is really flourishing. I would recommend this school to anyone who is interested.

- submitted by a parent
February 22, 2013
We are so grateful to be able to send our kids to Sacred Heart, where they are receiving a strong and Catholic education. We're not originally from this area, so we didn't know anyone when our kids started there. We were thoroughly welcomed and are now part of a community of great families who are proud to be Catholic and strive to maintain a thriving school. Every time I attend a Parent Visit Day, I am impressed by the teachers, touched by their caring, and thankful that my kids are being exposed to technology as well as old-fashioned values.

- submitted by a parent
February 22, 2013
Our family LOVES Sacred Heart School! This is our sixth year here. The teachers are exceptional and genuinely care about each and every child. The curriculum is challenging and my children are receiving an excellent education. I am not Catholic (but my husband is) and my children enjoy teaching me about the religion and all of the wonderful Catholic principles they learn in school. They are also exposed to Spanish and French starting in Kindergarten and they have learned several basic words and phrases. This is impressive to me considering that at other schools they would not be offered a foreign language until middle school. There is a great amount of parent involvement and we are a very close knit community! I am very fortunate to be able to volunteer quite frequently and I am always extremely impressed by the high level of respectfulness of the students. Sacred Heart would be an excellent choice for your child s education!!!

- submitted by a parent
February 22, 2013
I feel blessed that my daughter has attended this school starting in Pre-K & will graduate next year. Yes I have seen many changes at the school but all for the good of our students, faculty & staff. The school has a strong academic curriculum, devoted faith based community & very dedicated parent volunteers. I highly recommend SHG .

- submitted by a parent
February 22, 2013
Loving teachers and adminstration that go out of their way to make sure your child receives an excellent education. Families are accepting and helpful. Between the school and the parish, there is always something happening, so you can feel involved.

- submitted by a parent
February 22, 2013
My family and children love Sacred Heart, we have been very happy with the school and truly feel part of a community. Unfortunately hard economic times have forced the school to make some unpopular decisions, hence the angry reviewers. The education is on par or above surrounding public schools, but what Sacred Heart offers that they don't, is a strong moral compass. Our children are taught to pray & care for others on a daily basis, through not only religious ed, but through various donations & outreach projects. This is simply a great school.

- submitted by a parent
February 22, 2013
I hate to negate what these 5 star parents say, but they simply are wrong. I'm actually not an angry parent. I understand the difficulties our school is facing. I find it sad that a parent would look to a school to teach their child values. I find it speaks to the parent's capabilities. I wouldn't send my child to a Catholic school for that. That's simply crazy! Also, we had a parent crying at a recent meeting saying she loves the school but there is no volunteerism. I felt bad because she thinks she is the only person who cares. I can see by these posts that it's not true but that speaks to her opinion of what she sees. She's feeling put out and undervalued. It's sad to see. The spirit of community has obviously gone down in recent years. It is evidenced by the battles that take place daily. For a Catholic community, there are too many cliques. I think some in the administration do their level best but others fall short. There can be a dismissive attitude that is off putting. How is my child learning? I think he does well because I supplement at home with all subjects, including Catholiscm. Many changes need to be made and we'd love to help. We've been turned away though. Sad!

- submitted by a parent
February 22, 2013
We have had 3 children attend Sacred Heart School. Our oldest two have graduated and were extremely well prepared for the rigors of high school. They placed into the highest math and english groups and have gone on to handle challenging AP courses. But what lies at the core is a love of faith that is implemented throughout the curriculum. All three of my kids have developed a sense of self-sacrifice and giving that this school has nurtured. They have learned through their experience at Sacred Heart that there is something much bigger than themselves for which they are responsible. They learned this through the caring actions of their teachers and classmates and in the excitement and exuberance for service that permeates the school. Additionally, our youngest child has some learning challenges that the administration and faculty have helped us to navigate. They've been open and responsive in finding ideas and solutions and they have made many resources available to us. She still has her challenges but she is thriving and happy. We would not trade our experience at Sacred Heart!

- submitted by a parent
February 22, 2013
Sacred Heart School is WONDERFUL. I have been a parishoner at SH for 40yrs. I have also been a parent of children who have attended SHS for six years. Yes there have been many changes over the last few years including a rise in tuition, but that's life. YOU ARE IN A PRIVATE SCHOOL. One thing that has not changed is the fact that ALL of the teachers provide a safe and nurturing enviroment for the children to excel at learning. As a Catholic School, SHS reinforces all of the morals and stresses courtesy /kindness that parents teach at home. I think it is WONDERFUL that this is done. My children look forward to attending school everyday. The curriculum is strong and the children excel. I believe the principal is doing a wonderful job as are the Asst. principals. I would add that there needs to be more parent involvement than just those who volunteer on a daily basis.

- submitted by a parent
February 22, 2013
In addition to the academic achievements our students reach, community outreach is a top priority. Within the last year, Sacred Heart School s students have made cards for the homebound, and for servicemen and women overseas, 2639 meatless sandwiches for the homeless at Our Daily Bread, collected a staggering $2,403 for the food pantry at the Reisterstown Community Crisis Center, donated 250 lbs of candy, and raised more than $1,500 for The American Red Cross efforts after Hurricane Sandy. With their families, our students have donated 198 coats, 129 sweaters, and 36 blankets for the needy at our sister Parish St. Ann, not to mention an abundance hats, mittens, and school supplies. Our families generously adopted nine families this Christmas, showering them with toys for the children, as well as needed supplies for the adults such as household items, clothes, linens, and toiletries. In addition to the new items purchased for these families, Sacred Heart families are the largest contributors to the Sykes Toy Project. Above all else, our children give their most precious resource to their community; they give a tremendous amount of time.

- submitted by a parent
February 22, 2013
I have been sending my daughter here since 2nd grade (she is now in 6th). I can't say enough about much we love this school! To be honest- I did not know much about the Catholic school system- we were coming from the local private school community. I will never go back to the other private school system! Sacred Heart families are welcoming and so kind. The kids have great values and they treat each other with respect. The administration is open to family opinions and the teachers are very attentive to the children as well as the families- It has been such a fantastic environment for my daughter. I only wish they went through 12th grade!

- submitted by a parent
February 22, 2013
As an elementary teacher in the public school system, Scared Heart is a lifesaver to my family. For those of you complaining about Sacred Heart, come sit in my classroom for one day. Many of my students are extremely rude and disrespectful. When I ask my sons if these behaviors occur at Sacred Heart, they say absolutely not. The students in my own class generally read and know math far below what students at Sacred Heart do at a much younger age. My oldest is leaving Sacred Heart soon with a merit scholarship and acceptance into the honors program at a wonderful private high school so students are definitely prepared for higher level education. When I attend Catholic Schools Week, I actually cry because I am so happy that I am able to send my children to Sacred Heart. They LOVE their school. Secondly, I am sad that I can not teach at Sacred Heart myself. To teach students who love to learn is a dream of mine. Financially, I can't afford to work in the private schools so I am so grateful that the teachers at Sacred Heart are willing to do so. Again, to those complaining, go visit your local public school for one day and see if you feel the same afterwards! I doubt you will!

- submitted by a parent
February 22, 2013
I've been teaching at Sacred Heart for 12 years. I attended Sacred Heart as a student , so to me, accepting a teaching position there was like coming home. I taught in the county for 8 years before coming to Sacred Heart. While I loved my job there, when I had my daughter, I knew I wanted her to have the same amazing experience at Sacred Heart that I had. Both my daughters now attend Sacred Heart, so I have the perspective as an alumni, faculty member and parent. I can't speak highly enough of the amazing teachers that have taught my girls, the teachers that I am blessed to work with, the students whom I adore and whole school overall. I have never seen such compassion from children as I have since I started teaching at Sacred Heart. I am one of those rare people in the world that LOVE coming to their job every day. Best of all, we have a school community that looks out for each other. Our older students cheer our younger students on. We take care of each other. We pull together when someone is in need. Sacred Heart is a community like no other, if you are lucky enough to be a part of it, you are blessed.

- submitted by a teacher
February 21, 2013
Unfortunately, this school used to be very good but has fallen prey to an administration that is completely ineffective, backed by the pastor who is admittedly unaware of the environment in his own school. Classes are very large, the curriculum is mediocre at best, and if you're looking for a Catholic Education, the Catholic Identity has been lost. The board/administration, being completely in denial of internal problems, makes improving the school quite difficult. I'm afraid that this school will not be around in 5-10 years.

- submitted by a parent
February 21, 2013
Not a great school anymore. I would say it was great years ago before this principal came. It has changed and is such a toxic atmosphere now. The teachers are great but many have said the morale is down. There are cliquish parents who want to run the school and there is no room for anyone else. The school doesn't listen to the parents and the board has now made moves to remove a multi child discount that is the hallmark of what the Catholics offer to their large families. It is shameful and the school is going to lose many families. The worst part is they said they already budgeted to lose families. Not a very Catholic attitude. Do not waste your money. By the way our principal suggested the disgruntled audience go on this website to say how great the school was even though the majority of people at the meeting were there because they have many problems with the school. She said to say nice things to bring up the enrollment

- submitted by a parent
February 21, 2013
Enrollment is down and is around 640 students. It's probably because the people aren't happy with what they're getting. The person who said that they are "exposed to foreign language, computer, art, and music" has probably not been there long enough to realize that they really aren't taught much and they are considered "specials" and are only offered once a week or every other week. The kids get nothing out of them. It's sad. Another person said the principal told us to come on here. She doesn't like people talking against the school but doesn't understand how upset people are. I would love to say that it's a great school. I just can't right now. I hope to come back to update to something positive if it changes.

- submitted by a parent
February 20, 2013
When I drop my daughter off in the morning at SHG I know in my heart that my husband and I made the best decision for her education. She is exposed to many wonderful programs such as foreign language, computer science, art and music. In addition to being surrounded by a very nurturing staff who truly take an interest in every child! I love SHG and I would highly recommend SHG for your child's education.

- submitted by a parent
September 23, 2012
As the parent of a 1st grader I would like to say I love SHG. It is the most welcoming enviroment. I am extremely happy with the education that my daughter is receiving. She is being challenged on every level. She is not only being taught book lessons, but life lessons. The character building that goes on at this school makes such a difference. You see it in the way the students behave. My husband and I are very happy she attends this school.

- submitted by a parent
August 16, 2012
A huge disappointment. When our child went into secondary school she had to take remedial math classes to catch up. The math program is outdated and many of the teachers aren't certified. The curriculum is behind the times and it's a private school so I am not quite sure why we paid tuition. The principal is non-responsive to parental input and complaints. When she attended the parent -teacher organization (HSA) she talked in circles around a subject and never resolved an issue. One on one was no better. Very weak leadership. It's Catholic and you'd expect some religious presence in the school. Our daughter rarely saw a priest in school and they only went to mass once a month because there wasn't enough room. The Monsignor was always too busy to be bothered with the school. The school could have been excellent.

- submitted by a parent
March 19, 2008
My son started Kindergarten this year - I have been very impressed with the academic emphasis and the fact that my child is getting computer, art, music, and Spanish in K.

- submitted by a parent
June 25, 2007
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- submitted by a teacher
March 26, 2006
Excellent academic program. Excellent availability of music, art, & other extracurricular activities. Moderate to high level of parent involvement.

- submitted by a parent
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Sacred Heart Elementary School
Po Box 3672, Glyndon, MD  21071
(410) 833-0857
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Sacred Heart Elementary School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 49 reviews. Top