Thursday, June 13, 2024

Meet the New Principal of Sacred Heart Parish School

Erika Rosas. Courtesy photo

Sacred Heart Parish School has a new principal, and she hopes to foster faith, a love of learning, and a passion for service for students – just as the school did for her when she attended.

Erika Rosas will step into her new role for the academic year of 2024-2025. She currently serves as the school’s vice principal, and before that, spent more than a decade working in the classroom.

Long before that, she was a student herself at Sacred Heart.

“The school has meant so much to me throughout my life,” Rosas said. “I am eager to carry that forward.”

In addition to taking a holistic approach to education by focusing not only on academic development, but also on spiritual and social, service-centered growth, Rosas said she hopes to strengthen the school’s ties to its Coronado community. Rosas lives in Coronado with her husband and three children.

During her time at Sacred Heart, Rosas created the school’s summer camp program, which is open to the whole Coronado community. She plans to continue community outreach and service projects as the school’s principal.

Rosas also created a learning center at Sacred Heart, which supports students struggling in reading, writing and math by creating an academic atmosphere focused on the student’s needs.

Rosas holds a bachelor’s degree in religious and pastoral studies from Mater Ecclesiae College, as well as a multiple subject credential, administrative services credential and master’s degree in special education from Point Loma Nazarene University.

Sacred Heart Parish School serves children in grades TK to eight.

Rosas with some of the school’s kindergarten students. Courtesy photo.



Megan Kitt
Megan Kitt
Megan has worked as a reporter for more than 10 years, and her work in both print and digital journalism has been published in more than 25 publications worldwide. She is also an award-winning photographer. She holds BA degrees in journalism, English literature and creative writing and an MA degree in creative writing and literature. She believes a quality news publication's purpose is to strengthen a community through informative and connective reporting.Megan is also a mother of three and a Navy spouse. After living around the world both as a journalist and as a military spouse, she immediately fell in love with San Diego and Coronado for her family's long-term home.Have news to share? Send tips, story ideas or letters to the editor to: [email protected]

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