The Alethea

Where is the Line between Disciplining Students and Over-Punishing Them?

Abby Noniewicz, Journalism class

April 8, 2020

For centuries, a Catholic education has often been viewed as a coveted symbol of faith and regard.  Sacred Heart Academy strives to meet and excel past the standards of Catholic values, as well as the school mission statement,...

My experience with Moody’s Mega Math Challenge

Brisa Mendoza, Journalism class

April 8, 2020

What even is Moody’s Mega Math Challenge? If you are not in advanced math classes, you probably have not heard about this event. To put it in short, Moody’s Mega Math Challenge is a 14-hour math modeling competition for juniors...

Students test grades are 100%, but is their mental health at a 100%?

Tabitha Delgado, Journalism class

April 8, 2020

As students, we have to go to school and study. On top of that, we partake in sports, clubs, and outside of school activities like jobs so we can make our own money. The routine of going to school begins in pre-school, and becomes...

More Field Trips Would Benefit Students

Emily Birney, Journalism class

April 8, 2020

When I was younger I was always excited to go on fun field trips when I attended High school. All the movies I watched on Disney Channel and Nickelodeon portrayed field trips in high school to be so much fun, and all my...

One Senior’s View on Covid-19

Jamie Ahern, Journalism class

April 8, 2020

Throughout your education, history is a required course and in that course, you learn about different epidemics and their impacts. As a senior, I never thought I would be living through a pandemic, or first-hand experiencing the...

Fall Dance Not So Fun?

Juliette St. George

October 18, 2019

Fall Dance Not So Fun? Stress is a very common theme for the students of SHA. Between sports, homework, and tests, SHA girls are constantly in action. As school starts, students are not only preparing for the upcoming academi...

SHA Loves the Planet – and How We Show it

Abbey Parente, Staff Writer

May 10, 2019

Since Earth Day recently passed, a tree was planted in memory of Sister Mary Jane, ASCJ, and an Earth Club was started this year, it seems opportune to notice how Sacred Heart Academy does its part to honor our planet. The ...

Results From School-Wide Survey (This is Jeopardy!)

March 15, 2019

This edition's survey was meant to simulate a mini Jeopardy tournament, in honor of its host Alex Trebek, who recently announced his battle against stage four pancreatic cancer. In general, I think Trebek would have been pret...

Celebrating Thanksgiving

Gillian Murray, Writer

December 15, 2018

As Thanksgiving approached, people began to feel more thankful for the little things in life. It did not matter if you had a lot or a little to be grateful for because no matter what, this holiday is about making other peo...

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