The Sacred Heart High School Choir presents an opportunity for music lovers to perform vocally.
In 2002, Sacred Heart High School began an Outdoor Education program. Students from Grades 9 –12 may apply to participate in the program. Students are required to participate in regular training and testing sessions through the school year. The program culminates in a week-long outdoor education excursion.
At Sacred Heart, the Students Against Drunk Driving (SADD) group has a number of school based activities which promote responsible attitudes toward drinking. Anyone may be a member of SADD and may join at any time.
Sacred Heart students enjoy collecting school memories in a National Award winning yearbook. The yearbook team includes writers, photographers, and page designers that work together to highlight all the clubs, sports teams and activities that Sacred Heart has to offer. In addition, they aim to have each student in the yearbook at least three times every year. Hard work goes into the book, and they always look forward to celebrating the final product when it arrives every fall.
The Sacred Heart High School Drama Club produces plays annually during second semester to compete at the Saskatchewan Drama Association (SDA) Regional and Provincial Drama Festival competitions. Sacred Heart High School’s production of ‘The Last Fill’ was the winner of the Best Overall Production Award at the 2019 SDA Provincial Drama Festival, and Tess Jendrasheske won the top acting award, the University of Regina Acting Award, for the role of Daisy in the play. Three other Sacred Heart High School productions have won the Provincial Festival: ‘New Canadian Kid’ in 1999, ‘The Wild Flowering of Chastity’ in 2004, and ‘Baby’ in 2008. A Sacred Heart High School play has been named the Best Overall Production at the SDA Region 4 Drama Festival in seventeen of the last twenty-three years. Auditions for Drama Festival productions are usually held in early January.
The fall musical has been a tradition at Sacred Heart High School since 1962. The Sacred Heart High School Drama Club stages a Broadway or Disney musical where participating students have the opportunity to explore talents in singing, acting, dancing, stage design, make-up, music, and more. Notable past musicals have included ‘West Side Story’ (1997), ‘The Sound of Music’ (2002), ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ (2004), ‘High School Musical’ (2007), and ‘Beauty and the Beast’ (2008). In 2011, a decision was made to stage a musical only every second year. The most recent productions have been ‘Grease’ (2013), ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ (2015),
‘The Little Mermaid’ (2017), ‘Oliver!’ (2019) & ‘Madagascar’ (2021). Auditions are held in September, with performances in late November or early December.
Sacred Heart High School fields teams in golf, cross country running, soccer, football, volleyball, basketball, indoor track & field, curling, badminton, and outdoor track and field.
Intramurals at Sacred Heart High School play an important part in the lives of students. Intramurals provide students with friendly competition, an opportunity to meet new friends, and a cheerful environment to have fun and keep fit. Sacred Heart High School intramurals are organized by students and teachers who choose activities that encourage fun and participation.
The Student Representative Council is comprised of student representatives from grades 9 to 12 who are elected by their class or by a total student body election. Elections are held in May each year.
The purpose of the SRC is:
- To help foster a Christian atmosphere among the students and encourage apostolic activities.
- To create a feeling of unity among all students and assist the students and staff in promoting school spirit and pride.
- To maintain harmonious relations with all school personnel.
- To act as a liaison between staff and students.
- To work with the staff in the organization of student activities.
- To provide opportunities for each individual member to develop and display their leadership abilities.
- To be responsible for all activities organized by the SRC.
- To see that matters of concern to any student or to the student body as a whole may be resolved by discussion and communication.