The Alethea

School lunches

Gillian Murray, Journalism class and co-editor

April 8, 2020

Many school lunches in America are made to appeal to the student body, which usually entails many unhealthy options to keep the sales high and the students happy.  Of course, the cafeteria in any school wants to attract...

Am I really going to need to know this? You never know!

Jenna Kennedy, Journalism class

April 8, 2020

A common question heard in classrooms across America is “When am I ever going to need to know *insert school subject*? Why can’t we learn how to do taxes or something that is actually relevant to the career I want to do?”...

How important is the Perfect Prom dress?……

Bianca Kave, Journalism class

April 8, 2020

May 1, 2020 is the date that everyone is anxiously awaiting, Prom. With prom comes many preparations such as finding the perfect dress. The dress that fits amazingly and that you cannot leave the store without. As girls search ...

New additions to the school have benefited the student body

Bridget Collins, Journalism class

April 8, 2020

In the summer of 2019, Sacred Heart finished construction on the new student section, The Commons. Since opening at the beginning of the 2019-2020 school year, it has quickly become the most popular place to hang out in the school,...

Senior Week–a reflection

Natalie Davis, Journalism class

April 8, 2020

    Senior Week This is how we hope that it will be… Senior week. The week that leads up to Graduation, May 23, 2020. The senior’s last hurrah of the year before they go off to college and start a new...

The Journalism Class Edition of Alethea

Mrs. Badore, Co-moderator of Alethea

April 8, 2020

The Journalism Class has taken over this edition of Alethea! We hope you enjoy our take on life at SHA. We have been working on these pieces since before the move to distance learning caused by COVID-19 and a few of the pieces...

Coffee House

Erin Albright, Journalism class

March 30, 2020

Erin Albright Of the many traditions at Sacred Heart Academy, one of the most looked-forward to events is the annual Coffee House. Sponsored by the Student Council Executive Board, Coffee House is a relaxed night where local...

A Word of Encouragement

Aerin McLaughlin

March 1, 2020

As we have now fully entered second semester, there is undoubtedly a new and exciting feeling in the air here at SHA. Midterms are finally over, it’s the start of a fresh year, and I’m sure we all feel like we now have a chance...

Mother Daughter Liturgy

Gillian Murray

February 28, 2020

Mothers and daughters have a special bond that cannot be broken. At SHA, the relationships between mothers and daughters are celebrated and recognized frequently.  From the Legacy Mass to the Mother-Daughter Liturgy, there are many events and opportunities for SHA gir...

Thanksgiving Traditions!

Carley LaRosa, Thanksgiving Traditions!

January 7, 2020

Thanksgiving is a very special holiday because it is traditionally a time where the main focus is not about simply receiving and getting or presents and spending, but instead, a time of gratitude, love, family, and giving.  This cele...

The Excitement of SHAlloween

Gillian Murray

January 7, 2020

Though SHAlloween is long gone, the events and costumes that took place are too good to forget to write an article about.  It is relevant to the school community every year and is worth taking the time to reflect on even if it is a few months later.  SHAlloween is Sac...

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