Step 1: Complete and Submit Required Application Documents
- Family Data Form (2017-18): Download, complete, and return to the academy office or submit via email.
- Student Enrollment Form (2017-18): Download, complete, and return to the academy office or submit via email.
- High School New Family Contract 2017-18: Download, complete, and return to the academy office or submit via email.
- Opportunities for Financial Aid:
- Fill out the SMART Aid Application.
- A new Welcome Scholarship is also available to families who are new to Catholic schools. Learn more here and apply at http://www.dioceseofgrandrapids.org/schools
- Sacred Heart Academy also offers internal scholarships, by filling out the SMART Aid Application above, you will be considered for these scholarships as well.
Step 2: Schedule a Family Interview
Before a new full-time student is admitted, the child’s parents will be contacted to arrange an opportune time to meet with one or more of Sacred Heart Academy’s administrative team. This is a great time for parents to learn more about the academy and for the administration to learn more about the prospective student(s). A close working relationship between parents and the school greatly improves a child’s chances for satisfaction and success at Sacred Heart Academy. This short, personal interview ensures that our cooperative relationship has the best possible beginning.
Step 3: Receive Confirmation of Admission and Access to Online Systems
Shortly after the Family Interview, an administrator will contact you to confirm admission and discuss any tuition assistance you may be eligible to receive. Finally, parents will receive an email confirming their child’s enrollment in Infinite Campus (our online gradebook) and SMART Tuition (our third-party tuition collection system). With the log-in information provided at this juncture, parents will be able to access their child’s grades and their family’s tuition account any time they wish. A computer kiosk is provided at the front office of the academy for any families without home internet access.