The academic curriculum, which strives to educate the whole child, is directed by the guidelines offered by the Archdiocesan Office of Catholic Education together with the instructional guides of the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. Using these guidelines, each teacher develops lessons to meet the needs of the whole student. The faculty uses a variety of teaching methods and instructional tools to meet the learning styles of all students. Technology at Sacred Heart is critical to enhancing curriculum development and stimulating instruction for the students and faculty. The recent induction of a PC platform in the computer lab, computerization of the library, and the use of SMART boards continue to show Sacred Heart’s commitment to educating students for the new millennium. There is consistent updating of textbooks and instructional materials. Curriculum coordinators monitor the needs of teachers and students and make appropriate recommendations for educating the students of Sacred Heart to their fullest potentials.