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Academy of Sacred Heart opens new classrooms

Academy of the Sacred Heart in Bloomfield Hills opened two new primary school classrooms on Thursday, August 25, serving students for this school year in prekindergarten and first grade.

Academy of the Sacred Heart, located on Kensington Road, “is a community of faith, hope and love, where students grow together in mind, body and spirit. It is part of the Network of Sacred Heart Schools across North America and is affiliated with the Society of the Sacred Heart in 41 countries around the world,” according to its website. The school provides a Catholic, college-preparatory education for children of all faiths for girls, infant through 12th grade, and boys, infant through 8th grade.

According to Nicole Pielecha, communications director, “Academy of the Sacred Heart is experiencing its fourth year of enrollment growth. These two new classrooms will accommodate the expanding Primary School program and are the latest in a series of investments in the school’s building and grounds.”

A ribbon-cutting took place on Thursday, August 25, during an event recognizing volunteers, donors and community partners for their support ahead of the start of the 2022-2023 school year,

officially opening two spacious new classrooms and bathrooms that repurpose former gymnasium space, adding windows and outdoor access, while ensuring that students and educators have a continuous area to interact with one another.

The Alan Group, a construction management firm headquartered in Troy, oversaw the project.


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