To empower each child intellectually, emotionally, socially, culturally, physically and spiritually in an environment conducive to self-motivated learning. The child will develop to his/her fullest potential, as a contributing member of the community.
I am Hortence Promes MEd, the Principal of Sacred Heart School from September, 2021. I am a mother of 4 children and so far blessed with 7 grand children. My life force is in the source of my faith that I have in God and His Son Jesus Christ.
Furthermore, I think it is important that all children receive, through education, what is necessary to develop into full members of society in the right way. Finally, I believe that parents have an important impact on the development of their children. Based on this vision on parenting, I will develop a good collaboration with parents and supporting agencies. Every child counts, every child must participate. “No one is left behind”.
Ms. Hortence Promes MEd.
(+599) 416.3281 ext. 204
(+599) 416.3281 ext. 205
(+599) 416.3281 ext. 201
Ms. Ann-Marie Blaise
(+599) 416.3281 ext. 203
School: 7:30am til 1:00pm.
Kindergarten: 8:00 til 12:30pm.
Grade 1 -5: 7:30am – 1:00pm
Grade 6: 7:30am til 2:pm.
7:15 a.m. –12 noon
Bus Pick-up: 6:30am – 7:00am.
Our school uniform is a blue polo shirt, along with either a short or long navy blue pants and skirts for girls, with black sneakers or black school shoes. Please read the Parents Manual for more information.
NO SWEATERS OR JACKETS during P.E. or RECESS
Our P.E. uniform is blue t-shirt with a navy blue pants with the school logo on it.
The house color button is part of the uniform.
Breakfast & Lunch
Before School begins & during lunch time a FREE of charge Morning Breakfast & Lunch are available for students who are of need.
“Every two weeks the school comes together for Assembly.”
Ms Hortence Promes MEd.
Mr. Orlando McPherson
Ms. Ann-marie Blaise
Meet Our New Staff Members
Ms. Patricia Quintero
Mr. Alao Olalekan
Grade 6B Teacher
Mrs. Mikaela Patras
The Public Health Department of the Public Entity Saba in collaboration with Kemaul Lee from FIT with Lee Last week restarted the healthy lifestyle program “Healthy Choices, Happy Kids“ for the Sacred Heart Primary School. The program, which started in 2020 but was...
Saba’s Sacred Heart School hosted an anti-bullying week From Monday, March 15 through Friday, March 19 for all classes, facilitated by the Mentorship Program participants. Bullying is on the rise now within today’s youth. In some instances, it can result in some dire...
Sacred Heart School celebrates National Down Syndrome Awareness Month. (Photo SHS) Everyone at Sacred Heart School, the students, faculty members, staff members, bus drivers, and even guests, showed their support and willingness to educate others about Down...