Blessed Sacrament School first opened its doors in 1935. The school was located at the home of Col. James H. Holt, with a total enrollment of 25 students. This marked the beginning of quality Catholic education in Burlington and the surrounding area – a tradition that has served the community for 80 years.
|Religious Affiliation||Roman Catholic, Blessed Sacrament Catholic Community, Diocese of Raleigh|
|Grade Levels offered||Preschool/PreKindergarten (half day, full day, part week, full week)
Kindergarten through 8th grade
30% faiths other than Catholic
|Class Size||15-24 students per class|
|School Calendar||BSS follows a traditional 9-month calendar.
Does not follow the ABSS calendar
|Accreditations and Honors||National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA)
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS)
BSS has twice been named a National Blue Ribbon School
|Core Classes||Language Arts, Math, Religion, Social Studies, Science (2 Lab Learner fully equipped science laboratories K-5th and 6-8th), Spanish (5-8th)|
|Enrichment Classes||Physical Education, Technology, Chorus, Art, Spanish (Elementary)|
|Lunches||Students may bring their own lunch from home, or purchase a hot lunch through the BSS Lunch Program.|
|Uniforms||Required for all students|