Our Lady Of The Sacred Heart High School (OLSH) is a Catholic, four-year, co-educational high school operated by the Felician Sisters Of Pennsylvania. Their well-rounded program blends a rich history with modern educational technology, traditional Catholic values with and innovative style, and a commitment to high achievement with a special concern for the development of the whole student.
OLSH opened it's doors in September of 1932 to girls in the ninth and tenth grades. Some of the students studied to enter the sisterhood; others came from nearby communities. In 1970, with the permission of the diocese of Pittsburgh and the approval of the administration of the Felician Sisters, the first boys were admitted to OLSH. The years that followed have seen a steady increase in numbers and in programs and activities for both young men and women at OLSH.
The school's facilities include the Tisch Family Library with over 9,000 volumes; a full cafeteria; gym; and a theatre for both student performances and those by select outside groups.
Hours vary depending on the time of year. Call for more information.
Free, on-site parking is available.