- Brother Martin High School
Brother Martin High School Address 4401 Elysian Fields Avenue
New Orleans, Louisiana, (Orleans Parish), 70122
Coordinates Coordinates: Information Motto Ametur Cor Jesu
(Loved be the heart of Jesus)
Religious affiliation(s) Catholic,
Brothers of the Sacred Heart
Established 1869-St.Aloysius, 1954-Cor Jesu, 1969 Brother Martin Founder Archbishop Jean Marie Odin C.M. President John Devlin Principal Gregory Rando Asst. Principal Justin Fleetwood, Gabrielle Macaluso, Thomas Mavor Grades 7–12 Color(s) Crimson and Gold Athletics conference New Orleans Catholic League (District 10-5A) Mascot Crusader Team name Crusaders Rival St. Augustine High School (New Orleans), Jesuit High School (New Orleans) Accreditation(s) Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Average ACT scores 24.2 (everyone 2011); 28.0 (Honors 2011) Publication The Pen And The Sword (literary magazine) Newspaper 'The Crusader' Yearbook 'Yesterday' Affiliation Louisiana High School Athletic Association Athletic Director Scott Williams Website www.brothermartin.com
Brother Martin High School is a prestigious all-male, Catholic, university preparatory school located in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States operated by the Brothers of the Sacred Heart. It was established in 1869 by the Brothers of the Sacred Heart, establishing the school as St. Aloysius College. It is located in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New Orleans.
School Mascot and Colors
The school's mascot is a crusader and the colors are crimson and gold. The crimson represents the Brothers of the Sacred heart devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and Brother Martin as being a Sacred Heart school and also the mascot, the Crusader, who would sacrifice oneself for the preservation of Catholicism. Gold, a color from Cor Jesu High School, comes from their mascot, which were the Kingsmen and represented nobility.
Blending the tradition of the past with momentum for the future, the crest symbolizes true crusader spirit.
On top of the shield is the helmet of a crusader symbolizing Christians of the past who were willing to give up their lives so that future generations might grow up Christian.
Under the helmet is a chain that represents the consolidation of St. Aloysius and Cor Jesu high schools in Brother Martin. From the five Brothers of the Sacred Heart who first opened St. Aloysius College in 1869 has grown Brother Martin High School.
The shield is divided into four quadrants by the Cross of Christ. In the upper left corner is the Sacred Heart, which represents the Brothers of the Sacred Heart and recalls their ministry of 138 years in New Orleans.
The fleur de lis in the lower left corner represents the French heritage of the city.
In the lower right corner, a torch symbolizes striving for excellence while the book in the upper right corner represents learning in the fullest sense. ok
Brother Martin High School is located on Elysian Fields Avenue in Gentilly, an established residential neighborhood in New Orleans. The sprawling school campus features Cor Jesu Hall, the oldest building on the current campus; built in 1954, the Conlin Gymnasium, the largest high school gym in the city, and the three newest components on campus; the Thomas F. and Elaine P. Ridglely Fine Arts and Athletic Center, commonly known as the "Ridgley Center", E. A. Farley Field, used for Soccer, Baseball and non-varsity football, and the Roland H. & Macy Paton Meyer Science and Mathematics Building, the newest building on campus. A new chapel and a new library building are also scheduled to be constructed through the capital campaign.
Thomas F. and Elaine P. Ridgley Fine Arts and Athletic Center
In January 1999, over 400 alumni, Brothers and friends attended the dedication ceremony for the Thomas F. and Elaine P. Ridgley Fine Arts and Athletic Center. The dedication of this 40,000-square-foot (3,700 m2) facility was presided over by Bishop Gregory Aymond, CJ’67, hosted by Brother Ivy LeBlanc, S.C. President of Brother Martin High School and was the realization of the goal of the first phase of the Campaign for Brother Martin High School. The entrance to the Ridgley Center Lobby is on a diagonal. The diagonal sits on the Faubourg-Darcantel line, one of the oldest boundaries in the city. Upstairs in the second floor lobby, a wall of windows frame E.A. Farley Field. Throughout the Ridgley Center there are rooms named to honor some of those who have contributed mightily to keeping the students faithful to their deepest call. The band room is named in honor of Professor Joseph Taverna. “Prof” Taverna was the band director at St. Aloysius from 1931-1961. The athletic training room is named to honor Dr. Winston P. Riehl who has mended Crusader athletes since 1966. Under the leadership of Tom Benson, the St. Aloysius Class of 1944 was the only class to have a donation made in the name of every class member. Brother Mark Thornton was the first principal of Brother Martin High School. In naming the terrace after Brother Martin Hernandes, students hope to perpetually remember that religious values are the cornerstone of the school's mission.
E. A. Farley Field
Between 1945 and 1947 the Brothers of the Sacred Heart, looking toward the future had purchased more than 7 acres (28,000 m2) of property, primarily from the Farley family, in the growing residential area of Gentilly. By 1952 Brother Martin Hernandez as provincial planned and supervised the construction of Cor Jesu High School on the Gentilly site. Through his Youth Progress Program Archbishop Joseph Francis Rummel contributed $475,000 toward construction and furnishings of the new school. From 1980 through 1983 the school purchased parcel of land from the Farley Family which was bordered by Mandeville Street, Gentilly Boulevard, St. Aloysius Drive (formerly Stephen Girard St.) and Cor Jesu Drive (formerly Marigny St.) for use in their athletic and extracurricular programs. The field underwent a renovation as part of Phase II of the Capital Campaign during which a baseball field was constructed and additional athletic storage and restrooms were added. The playing surface was redone and drainage and a sprinkler system were installed. This is espcially where the football team practices. And also the baseball teams.
Roland H. & Macy Paton Meyer Science and Mathematics Building
The Roland H. & Macy Paton Meyer Science and Mathematics Building opened for the 2007-2008 school year on August 17. The Meyer Building is located at the corner of Elysian Fields Avenue and Sumpter Street, the former site of the Brothers’ Residence (circa 1955). This 35,000-square-foot (3,300 m2) building houses computer, chemistry, physics and biology labs. For flexibility, eight science classrooms adjoin the three state-of-the-art lab spaces on the second floor. The first floor has seven math classrooms and a computer lab. Labs and classrooms are equipped with ceiling mounted projectors, video and DVD players, document cameras; screened X & Y coordinate graphs, LCD screens, teacher computer work stations and wireless connectivity. The classroom windows with manual solar protection and room darkening systems control varying daylight conditions while promoting student comfort, productivity and energy efficiency.
7th Grade Addition for 2010-2011 School Year
Brother Martin Announces 7th Grade
for the 2010-2011 School Year!
Brother Martin High School announces the expansion of its junior high program with the reinstitution of 7th grade for the 2010-2011 school year. “Our graduates and the parents of current students with sons in middle school have been asking us for years to consider adding grades,” says Brother Martin President John Devlin. “We find these parents are yearning for a place where their boys can have a challenging curriculum and a wide variety of activities, all within a male-centered environment. We are happy to be able to offer the formation in the spirit of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart to a new group of young men.”
Brother Martin is currently structured and recognized by the State of Louisiana and the LHSAA as a high school and junior high. Junior high in Louisiana is defined as grades 7-9. Historically, the Brothers of the Sacred Heart educated 7th grade boys in the New Orleans area at St. Aloysius High School.
Brother Martin’s 7th graders will be offered a challenging curriculum, contained within an eight period day in a high school setting. With our youngest students, we will provide the same personal attention, friendly discipline, Catholic formation, and academic excellence that are hallmarks of our current junior high and senior high programs. The 7th grade program will be incorporated into our current campus on Elysian Fields and will be coordinated by a junior high school administrator. The curriculum will allow for appropriate core subjects, technology application, and enrichment in arts and athletics. Students will have a variety of service, leadership, academic, and athletic opportunities outside the school day. Brother Martin will participate in the athletic league of the Catholic elementary schools and will also feature intramurals during the school day.
Principal of Brother Martin, Gregory Rando ’77, speaks for the entire Brother Martin community when he says, “In the tradition of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart since their foundation in 1821, we are responding to the needs of our community, ‘to meet the needs of a changing world,’ as our mission statement reads. Brother Martin High School is committed to welcoming our newest 7th graders with courage and confidence as they begin their Crusader journey.”
The considerations used in admitting prospective students include student priority of choice in selecting Brother Martin, overall elementary school record, recommendation of elementary school principals, and an interview with each applicant.
Brother Martin High School admits students regardless of race and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sexual orientation, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and financial aid programs, athletics and other school-administered programs.
The current enrollment of Brother Martin, as of 2007, is 1,350. In 2001, Brother Martin had the largest enrollment of any Catholic school in the state, with students numbering 1600. Brother Martin has a uniform code and a required Christian service project for each grade. In addition each student must abide by the Behavior Policy and attend a class level retreat each year.
As of 2010, the cost of attending Brother Martin is around $7,300. Financial aid is administered by emergency grants, which are provided to a student should the death of a parent jeopardize a student's attendance, or Work Study Program, which is awarded to a limited number of students. This program involves simple manual labor and pays a minimum wage salary (in addition to any aid grants the student might receive).
Brother Martin High School is fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Brother Martin offers classes to young men in grades 7-12. It provides a college preparatory curriculum designed to develop skills and create options for higher education. There is a program specially designed for eighth grade. Eighth grade students are required to carry a minimum of six courses including Religion 8, English 8 or English 1 honors, Introduction to Algebra, Algebra 1 or Algebra 1 honors, physical science or physical science honors or computer applications, world geography, and health/PE.
To graduate, students must earn a minimum of 24 credits. Each course is equal to one credit. Freshmen, sophomores and juniors are required to carry and successfully complete all required courses and a minimum of six credits each year, seniors must carry and complete all required courses and a minimum of five credits.
Students enrolled in all four honor courses during their sophomore year are invited into the Honors Program. A student that is participating in the Honors Program will be required to continue taking honors or advanced placement courses in English, math, science and social studies. In addition, a student must also complete three consecutive credits of the same foreign language. The successful participation of a student in the Honors Program earns him an honors diploma at graduation.
At the end of the first quarter, the first semester, the third quarter, and the second semester, students earning a grade point average of 4.0 or above are placed on the Principal's Honor Roll. Students earning a grade point average of 3.50 to 3.99 are placed on the Alpha Honor Roll. Students earning a grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 to 3.49 are placed on the Beta Honor Roll.
Starting in 2008, seniors will be able to choose a variety of new electives such as Anatomy and Physiology, Publications, Law Studies, Marine Biology, Creative writing, Engineering, and Forensic Science. Also included will be an Animations and Digital Graphics course, the first ever course offered in the state.
School Organization and Administration
The official governing body of Brother Martin High School is the school's Board of Directors, which is responsible for setting school policy and regulations and hiring the school president and principal, the administration of Brother Martin is a President, who is head of the school and directs the school's development and capital campaign, the Principal, in charge of day-to-day operations of the school, a vice-principal in charge of discipline, an academic assistant principal in charge of the academic programs, an assistant principal for admissions and an assistant principal for student formation, in charge of the honors and curriculum programs. In addition, each academic department has a department chairperson representing that particular department.
Brother Martin athletics started back in the early 1900s with basketball and baseball. Now over 100 years later, Brother Martin has more than 10 varsity athletics for students to chose from. Brother Martin's years of athletic traditions has yielded numerous State and District Championships over the years. Brother Martin is a member of the Louisiana High School Athletic Association and participates in District 10-5A, also known as the Catholic League for the number of Catholic schools in the district.
The Crusader football team was coached for 27 seasons (1970-96) by the legendary Bobby Conlin, who compiled a 204-99-5 record, the most wins for any Catholic League coach, and the most for any New Orleans-area coach in Louisiana's highest classification. Conlin was posthumously inducted into the LHSAA Hall of Fame in 2003.
The school has teams in baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, swimming, tennis, track and wrestling- which is regarded as one of the best wrestling programs in the city, with 12 state championships since 1979. All teams except tennis, swimming, golf and bowling consist of four levels of competition: eighth grade, ninth grade, junior varsity and varsity. The school has had a bowling team as a club sport for many years, but in the 2007-2008 school year, it came out with a varsity bowling team. The team competes as a member of the LHSAA. Teams are selected through a tryout process.
- Baseball (2)
1974-1975 - District, State Runner-up
1983-1984 - State champions
1984-1985 - State Runner-up
1990-1991 - District
1995-1996 - State champions
2007-2008 - District
2009-2010 - District
In addition to the listed school championships, the 1983 American Legion baseball team sponsored by Brother Martin won the Louisiana state championship and Mid-South regional, and placed fourth at the American Legion World Series.
- Basketball (5)
1969-1970 - District, State, National
1970-1971 - District, State champions
1972-1973 - District, State semifinals
1973-1974 - District, State champions
1978-1979 - District
1982-1983 - State semifinals
1986-1987 - District
2002-2003 - District, State Runner-up
2003-2004 - District, State champions
2004-2005 - District, State champions
2006-2007 - District
2009-2010 - District, State champions
- Cross Country (8)
1969-1970 - City
1970-1971 - City, District
1971-1972 - City, District, State
1972-1973 - City, District, State Runner-up
1973-1974 - City, District
1974-1975 - City, District
1975-1976 - City, District
1976-1977 - City, District
1977-1978 - City, District
1978-1979 - City, District
1979-1980 - City, District, State Runner-up
1980-1981 - City, District, State
1981-1982 - City, District, State
1983-1984 - City
1984-1985 - City, State Runner-up
1986-1987 - City
1991-1992 - City, District, State Runner-up
1992-1993 - City, District, State Runner-up
1993-1994 - State
1994-1995 - City, District, State Runner-up
1995-1996 - City, District
1997-1998 - State Runner-up
1998-1999 - State
1999-2000 - District, State
2000-2001 - City, District
2001-2002 - City
2002-2003 - City, District, State
2003-2004 - City, State Runner-up
2004-2005 - City, State Runner-up
2005-2006 - City, State Runner-up
2006-2007 - City
2007-2008 - City, State
- Football (1)
1970-1971 - Miracle Strip Bowl
1971-1972 - District, State champions
1972-1973 - District, State semifinals
1974-1975 - State playoffs
1975-1976 - Shrimp Bowl
1977-1978 - District, State playoffs
1978-1979 - Turkey Bowl
1983-1984 - District
1984-1985 - State playoffs
1985-1986 - District, State semifinals
1986-1987 - State playoffs
1988-1989 - State semifinals
1989-1990 - State Runner-up
1991-1992 - State playoffs
1992-1993 - District, State playoffs
1993-1994 - State playoffs
1994-1995 - State quarterfinals
1996-1997 - State playoffs
1999-2000 - State playoffs
2004-2005 - State playoffs
2006-2007 - State playoffs
2007-2008 - District, State playoffs
2008-2009 - District, State playoffs
- Golf (1)
1969-1970 - District
1970-1971 - District
1971-1972 - City
1976-1977 - District, Regional
1985-1986 - District
1988-1989 - District, Regional
1992-1993 - Regional
1993-1994 - Regional
1995-1996 - Regional
2003-2004 - State
2006-2007 - District, Regional
- Soccer (2)
1987-1988 - District, State Runner-up
1988-1989 - District, State Runner-up
1994-1995 - State Runner-up
1995-1996 - State Runner-up
1997-1998 - District
1999-2000 - State Champions
2000-2001 - State Champions
2001-2002 - State Runner-up
- Tennis (1)
1977-1978 - City
1984-1985 - State Runner-up
1985-1986 - City, District
1986-1987 - City, District, State
1987-1988 - State Runner-up
- Track and Field
1971-1972 - District
1972-1973 - District
1975-1976 - District
1978-1979 - District
1979-1980 - District
1982-1983 - District
1983-1984 - District
1984-1985 - District
1986-1987 - District
1990-1991 - Indoor State Runner-up
1994-1995 - Indoor State Runner-up
1995-1996 - Regional
1996-1997 - Regional
2003-2004 - District, Regional
2005-2006 - District, Regional
2007-2008 - District, Regional
2008-2009 - District, Regional
- Wrestling (12)
1977-1978 - District, State Runner-up
1978-1979 - City, State
1980-1981 - State Runner-up
1981-1982 - City, State
1982-1983 - District, State Runner-up
1983-1984 - City, State
1984-1985 - District, State
1985-1986 - District, State
1986-1987 - District, State
1989-1990 - District
1995-1996 - District, Regional, State Runner-up
1996-1997 - State Runner-up, District
1998-1999 - District, State
1999-2000 - District, State
2000-2001 - District, State
2001-2002 - District, State
2002-2003 - District, State
2005-2006 - State Runner-up
2006-2007 - District, State
- Source: BMHS Athletic Championships
Crusader Fight Song
We're going to fight for our Alma Mater
For Brother Martin, crimson and gold,
We're going to shout 'til the skies resound it;
We're going to win over foes untold.
The Crimson Crusaders are our heroes;
They are the men who never say die.
So while the whole gang is here
Let's stand up and cheer
For Brother Martin High!
Some extracurricular activities offered include: NJROTC, The Academic Games team, Marching, Concert and Symphonic Bands, a jazz ensemble, cheerleading, chess club, chorus, Close-Up, world language club, drama club, Excalibur National Honor Society, inline hockey team, intramural athletics, Key Club, a literary magazine (The Pen and the Sword), magic club, Mu Alpha Theta, National Honor Society, National Junior Honor Society, newspaper (The Crusader), quiz bowl team, rugby team, speech and debate club, student ministry, student recruiting team, welcoming diversity team, student council, lacrosse and yearbook (Yesterday).
Hurricane Katrina forced the school to close in August 2005. Brother Martin quickly opened a temporary facility at Catholic High School in Baton Rouge for their students. Catholic High allowed students and faculty of Brother Martin use their facilities during its afterhours. Displaced Brother Martin students continued to learn here for the remainder of 2005. Brother Martin High School reopened its doors in New Orleans in January 2006 sustaining minimal flood damage to the bottom floors.
Campus ministry is an important part of the curriculum. Working closely with the school administration and the religion department, the goal of campus ministry is "to complement the family in its primary role in religious education, to support the parish as a center of Catholic life, and to extend the religion lessons of the classroom to lived faith experiences." The school strives to "recognize the many gifts of the 'Spirit' within our students and staff and call forth those gifts for service and ministry to the school community and to the Church."
NOTE: Some of those listed below graduated from one of Brother Martin's forerunner schools, St. Aloysius (1869-1969) and Cor Jesu (1954-69)
- Gregory M. Aymond, Archbishop of New Orleans
- Charles Emile "Peppi" Bruneau, Jr. (born 1942), Class of 1962, New Orleans attorney and member of the Louisiana House of Representatives from 1976-2007
- Adam Kraus, Offensive lineman for the Baltimore Ravens
- Allen J. Ellender, United States Senator, 1937-1972, was President Pro Tempore of the United States Senate as well as Dean of the Senate
- Arthur J. O'Keefe, former mayor of New Orleans (1926-1929)
- Blair Barbier, former LSU baseball player and current volunteer assistant coach at LSU
- D. J. Augustin, basketball player, Charlotte Bobcats and former University of Texas point guard, 9th overall pick in the 2008 NBA Draft
- Edward Scheidt, retired Chairman of the CIA Cryptographic Center
- Garey Forster, radio host, former state representative and state labor secretary
- Paul Meany, lead singer of band Mutemath
- Juan LaFonta, Louisiana State Representative, District 96
- Michael D. Perry, software engineer, photographer and writer
- Pascal F. Calogero, Jr., Chief Justice, Louisiana Supreme Court
- Richard Simmons, fitness guru and celebrity
- Rick Robey, basketball player, member of Brother Martin's 1974 state champions, 1978 NCAA champion Kentucky Wildcats and 1981 NBA Champion Boston Celtics
- Rod West, President and CEO, Entergy Inc., New Orleans
- Ronnie Virgets, local enthusiast
- Stanton Moore, drummer of New Orleans band Galactic
- Tom Benson, owner of the New Orleans Saints
- Eric F. Skrmetta, Commissioner, Louisiana Public Service Commission
- Dr Wayne J Riley MD, President of Meharry Medical College
Catholic high schools in New Orleans
The Catholic League (Other all-male, catholic high schools in New Orleans)
- Archbishop Rummel High School
- Archbishop Shaw High School
- Holy Cross High School, New Orleans
- Jesuit High School (New Orleans)
- St. Augustine High School (New Orleans)
- ^ SACS-CASI. "SACS-Council on Accreditation and School Improvement". http://www.advanc-ed.org/schools_districts/school_district_listings/?. Retrieved 2009-06-23. [dead link]
- ^ House District 94, Encyclopedia Louisiana at enlou.org (1999)
- ^ "House District 98". enlou.com. http://enlou.com/officeholders/housedistrict98.htm. Retrieved October 17, 2009. [dead link]
- Official website
- The Archdiocese of New Orleans Official Website.
- Southern Association of Colleges and Schools– Official website
- ; Brother Martin Crusader Band Website
Archdiocese of New Orleans Bishops and
Luis Ignatius Peñalver y Cárdenas | Francisco Porró y Reinado | Louis-Guillaume Dubourg | Joseph Rosati | Leo-Raymond de Neckere | Antoine Blanc Antoine Blanc | Jean-Marie Odin | Napoléon-Joseph Perché | Francis Xavier Leray | Francis Janssens | Placide-Louis Chapelle | James Hubert Blenk | John William Shaw | Joseph Francis Rummel | John Patrick Cody | Philip Matthew Hannan | Francis Bible Schulte | Alfred Clifton Hughes | Gregory Michael Aymond
All Saints | Blessed Francis Xavier Seelos | Blessed Sacrament | Center of Jesus the Lord | Corpus Christi | Holy Ghost | Holy Name of Jesus Church | Holy Name of Mary | Holy Spirit | Immaculate Conception | Mary, Queen of Vietman | Mater Dolorosa | National Shrine of Our Lady of Prompt Succor | Our Lady of Guadalupe | Our Lady of Good Counsel | Our Lady of La Vang | Our Lady of the Rosary | Our Lady Star of the Sea | Resurrection of Our Lord | St. Andrew the Apostle | St. Anthony of Padua | St. Augustine Church | St. Dominic | St. Francis de Sales | St. Francis of Assisi | St. Gabriel the Archangel | St. Henry | St. James Major | St. Joan of Arc | St. Joseph Church (New Orleans) | St. Joseph Church (Algiers) | St. Julien Eymard | St. Leo the Great | St. Maria Goretti | St. Mary of the Angels | St. Mary's Assumption | St. Mary's Chapel | St. Matthias | St. Maurice | St. Patrick's | St. Paul the Apostle | St. Peter Claver | St. Pius X | St. Rita | St. Stephen | St. Theresa of Avila | St. Thomas the Apostle | St. Thomas More | Vietnamese Martyrs Chapel
Academy of the Sacred Heart (K-12) | Archbishop Blenk High School | Archbishop Chapelle High School | Archbishop Hannan High School | Archbishop Rummel High School | Archbishop Shaw High School | Brother Martin High School | Cabrini High School | De La Salle High School | Holy Cross High School | Holy Rosary High School | Immaculata High School | Jesuit High School | Mount Carmel Academy | Pope John Paul II | St. Charles Catholic High School | St. Augustine High School | Saint Mary's Academy | St. Mary's Dominican High School | St. Paul's School | St. Scholastica Academy | Ursuline Academy | Xavier University Preparatory SchoolHigher education
Kenya : Materi Girls Secondary School, Materi
Uganda : Project Uplift (a school for secondary school dropouts), KampalaGweru (Silobela)
Alabama : McGill-Toolen Catholic High School, MobileCentre Emmaüs, Victoriaville
Louisiana : Catholic High School, Baton Rouge · Vandebilt Catholic High School, Houma · Brother Martin High School, New Orleans · Edward Douglas White Catholic High School, Thibodaux
Mississippi : Saint Stanislaus College, Bay St. Louis
New Hampshire : Bishop Guertin High School, Nashua
New Jersey : St. Joseph High School, Metuchen
New York : Monsignor McClancy Memorial High School, Queens, New York
Rhode Island : Mount Saint Charles Academy, Woonsocket
Canada Camp Boute-en-Train, Chertsey · Collège Mont-Sacré-Cœur, Granby · Camp biblique, Les Éboulements · Camp Le Manoir, Les Éboulements · Collège de Champigny, Québec · L'Arrimage, Rimouski · Externat Sacré-Cœur, Rosemère · École Secondaire de Bromptonville, Sherbrooke · Camp Bel-Air, Stratford ·
South AmericaColegio San Judas Tadeo, Lima Asia Europe
Spain : Colegio Seminario Sagrado Corazón, Alsasua · Colegio Sagrado Corazón, Barcelona · Colegio Sagrado Corazón, Haro · Centro Puente, Puente la Reina · Colegio Sagrado Corazón, Madrid · Colegio Sagrado Corazón "Telleri Alde", Rentería · Colegio Sagrado Corazón - Mundaiz Ikastetxea, San Sebastián · Colegio Sagrado Corazón - Corazonistas, Valladolid · Colegio Sagrado Corazón, Vitoria-Gasteiz · Colegio Sagrado Corazón, Zaragoza, Pº de la Mina · Colegio Sagrado Corazón Moncayo, Zaragoza·
Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.