Blessed Sacrament School (Savannah, Georgia)


Blessed Sacrament School (Savannah, Georgia)

Blessed Sacrament School is an coeducational Catholic primary school in Savannah, Georgia. Blessed Sacrament enrolls approximately 400 students from Kindergarten through 8th grade. The school is run by and adjacent to Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, a member parish of the Diocese of Savannah.

History

Founded in 1939, Blessed Sacrament started with two classrooms and two Sisters of as teachers with Sister Stella Maris as principal. Initially, 68 students were enrolled.

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Notable Alumni


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