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In an all-girls school, every leadership position is held by a girl. Girls see and learn that they can hold any role at any level.
Recognized for excellence, SHA is the school of choice for talented young women seeking leadership and academic opportunities.
SHA students are critical thinkers who discern and grow in personal Catholic faith.
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SHA Selected as First Long Island School to Represent Under Armour's "Women of Will" Campaign
Elle Nemeck '22 and MaryKate Logler '22 Chosen as All-State Alternatives for NYSSMA All-State Festival
Elle Nemeck '22 and MaryKate Logler '22 have been chosen as All-State Alternatives for the NYSSMA All-State Festival this December in Rochester, NY.
Students Recognized in the College Board National African-American and Hispanic Programs
Five students earned National African-American Recognition and 14 students earned National Hispanic Recognition by the College Board for their exceptional performances on the PSAT.
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