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A Virtual Home Away From Home

Welcome back! While we are not able to return to our home-away-from-home at Flintridge Sacred Heart, we are safer together as a residential life family by staying apart, for now.
 
The Residential Life staff is planning for our students’ return; we have some new room furniture arriving soon, some fun and colorful paint to spruce up the halls, and decorating with the 2020-21 theme, “Pokemon!”
 
We are also planning a safe reopening for all in order for us to stay safe and healthy. We are meeting as a community several times each month in groups; new student, Boarding Council, and our full residential life family. The focus of our meetings will be orientation, teambuilding and leadership development under our new social-emotional learning curriculum.
 
Stay safe!

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In this home away from home, boarders develop strong bonds during monthly birthday dinners, retreats and so much more, while also taking advantage of all that Southern California has to offer.

Monthly News

List of 4 news stories.

  • February Boarding Hall News

    We can’t believe that we are entering the last week of February! This month was another fun filled month with a variety of activities and programing. This month we made homemade hair scrunchies, had weekly trips to the Glendale Galleria, hiked Eaton Canyon, watched the Super Bowl, learn to cook all sorts of different foods including kimchi stew, jalapeño poppers, and blueberry scones, enjoyed a fantastic day at Magic Mountain, weekly trips to an Asian market, trips to the library for study and further research for student research projects, and game nights!
  • January Boarding Hall News

    We have had a great start to the New Year! This month was full of celebrations including plenty of activities centered around Lunar New Year. This month we enjoyed an outing to go go-kart racing, had several trips to the Asian market, had several shopping trips to dWe have had a great start to the New Year! This month was full of celebrations including plenty of activities centered around Lunar New Year. This month we enjoyed an outing to go go-kart racing, had several trips to the Asian market, had several shopping trips to different malls, ate hot pot in Ms. Sam’s apartment to celebrate Lunar New Year, have gone to the Rose Bowl several times for afternoon walks, lots of game nights in the halls, made homemade dumplings for Lunar New Year and enjoyed rowing lessons from Ms. Sarah on our new erg machine in the gym. 
  • December Boarding Hall News

    We are in the final days of 2019 and the girls are busy studying for their finals. The past couple of weeks have gone well with plenty of activities and celebrating this holiday season. This month we enjoyed an outing to Descanso Gardens to see the Enchanted Forest, had several trips to the library to study for finals, baked Christmas cookies with Ms. Sarah and Ms. Anoosh, had several shopping trips to different malls, ate hot pot in Ms. Sam’s apartment and enjoyed getting Boba after helping with the Open House event. 
  • November Boarding Hall News

    This month we had our annual fall camping trip to Malibu Creek State park, have had plenty of town runs, trips to the Glendale Galleria, enjoyed hearing the Burbank Philharmonic perform, put together puzzles, made friendship bracelets, went Ice Skating at Perish Square in downtown LA, went trick or treating for Halloween, baked on campus, took trips to Hmart and 99 ranch, went glow bowling and a trip to go thrift shopping.

Boarding Hall Newsletters

FLINTRIDGE SACRED HEART

440 St. Katherine Drive
La Cañada Flintridge, CA 91011
626-685-8300

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Flintridge Sacred Heart, a Catholic, Dominican, independent, college-preparatory, day and boarding school, educates young women for a life of faith, integrity, and truth.

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