|Sacred Heart Academy Bryn Mawr|
480 S. Bryn Mawr Avenue
|Motto||Educating her mind. Opening her heart.|
|Religious affiliation(s)||Roman Catholic|
|Head of school||Miss Deirdre Cryor|
|Color(s)||Red and White|
|Team name||Lady Lions|
|Accreditation||Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools Network of Sacred Heart Schools|
|Publication||Vue du Coeur|
|Director of Enrollment||Tammy Hart|
|Athletic Director||Cindy Shay|
Sacred Heart Academy Bryn Mawr, commonly referred to as, SHA or Sacred Heart, is a private, Roman Catholic school for girls. Sacred Heart is located in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania and consists of a Lower, Middle, and Upper School with approximately 232 in enrollment. The school is a member of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Philadelphia.
Sacred Heart Academy Bryn Mawr was established in 1865 by the Religious of the Sacred Heart. It has been lay owned and operated since 1969. It joined the Network of Sacred Heart Schools in 1999, reuniting it with its roots. Located in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania in the heart of the Philadelphia Main Line, Sacred Heart serves families in the greater Philadelphia area and surrounding regions.
Sacred Heart Academy Bryn Mawr is an independent, Catholic college-preparatory K-12 school for girls and has been in continuous operation for over 150 years.
Sacred Heart's middle school participates in Field Hockey, Basketball, Crew (club), Tennis, and Lacrosse.
- Kindergarten $12,500
- Lower school $13,400
- Middle school $16,700
- Upper school $20,100
Entering ninth grade students are eligible for merit scholarships. Academic scholarships are awarded to students who demonstrate exceptional academic ability. A scholarship entrance exam is given in the fall. Scholarships may also be awarded to students with talent in Art or Music. Entering sixth-grade students are eligible for merit scholarships. The scholarship entrance exam is administered in winter.
- The Sister Matthew Anita MacDonald Scholarship
- The Jeannine Broussard ’85 Scholarship
- The Mae Mac Neal Cardone Scholarship
- The Editha R. DeLone ’38 Scholarship
- The Mary Jane Powers Scholarship
- The Patricia Ryan Scholarship
- The Gerald P. Rorer Scholarship
- The St. Philippine Duchesne Scholarship.
- Mary Clarke, RSCJ and nationally recognized St. Augustine authority
- Mary-Adair Macaire-CEO at Pringle of Scotland
- Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk-internationally renowned architect and co-founder of the Congress for the New Urbanism