Buffalo Academy of the Sacred Heart
At Sacred Heart Academy we are committed to all dimensions of our students’ development, including helping them to achieve a healthy, active and balanced lifestyle. SHA therefore maintains a high-quality Athletics Department with competitive sports teams and a physical education program designed to promote personal fitness.
Barbara J. Rooney '74
834-2101, ext. 319
News and Announcements
Sports Awards Night Video - May 19, 2014It is a tradition that a highlight slide show is shown at this event. Georgi Stoj '14 created the show for this year's program. It's terrific and something you might enjoy watching. It is a little over 6 1/2 minutes in length - but, it is worth it! To view the show, please click on this link.
Our student athletes compete in the Monsignor Martin High School Athletic Association of the Diocese of Buffalo at the varsity, junior varsity, and freshwomen levels. SHA offers the following competitive and club athletic teams:
|Crew (Club)||Basketball||Crew (Club)|
|Field Hockey||Cheerleading||Sailing (Club)|
|Sailing (Club)||Ice Hockey||Tennis|
|Soccer||Indoor Track||Track & Field|
To be eligible to participate on an athletic team, a student must provide SHA’s Health Office with a comprehensive physical examination form completed by her private physician.
SHA maintains a fitness center for physical education classes as well as the general use of all students. Equipment includes treadmills, elliptical machines, stationary bikes, an eight-station Universal weight training circuit, and weight benches for use with free weights.
In addition to the fitness center, physical education classes and many sports team practices and competitions are held in SHA’s brand new fully-equipped gymnasium. SHA also partners with several outside facilities for athletic practices and competitions including Buffalo State College Kissinger Pool, Glen Oaks Golf Course, Shoshone Park (softball), University at Buffalo Rotary Field (soccer and lacrosse), and Windermere Boulevard School (field hockey and tennis).