Our Lady of the Sacred Heart High School

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"OLSH has always had that family-like atmosphere.  You are never alone at this school . . . somebody will always be there for you.  You don't feel like you're traveling to work every morning," reflects math teacher Brian Molka, "it feels more like a gathering of people who work hand-in-hand with the Holy Spirit."  There is a sense of family at OLSH; it is more than just a school community, it is a group of individuals supporting one another beyond the general academics taught in high school.  The people who make this family atmosphere come to life on a daily basis are the OLSH faculty and staff - the 57 individuals who work in and out of the classroom with our students, ensuring their preparation for college and for life.  Working at OLSH is more than just a job, it is a vocation.
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OLSH Faculty/Staff Creed

As a member of the faculty and staff at Our Lady of the Sacred Heart High School I believe that I have been called by God to manifest the Person of Jesus Christ and the Catholic Faith to the students entrusted to my care, and to teach and model the Core Values preserved for us by the Felician Sisters.

I believe young people have a God-given right to know the Truth, and to develop themselves fully as graced human beings, and my companionship with them calls me to help them deepen their faith.
I will foster in my students, and in myself, a loving respect for the dignity of all and a commitment to justice and peace. My work is a trust to create an environment of educational excellence, respect for our unique traditions, and a commitment to personal honesty and integrity. I will maintain a responsible and encouraging sense of discipline as hallmarks in the formation of good Christian citizens.

In keeping with the mission of the Catholic Church and the values and spirit of the Felician Sisters, and in union with Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, I seek to be an instrument that leads OLSH students to the gift of salvation, which God intends as the ultimate destination of our life journeys.