The school building may be gone, but parts of it live on thanks to careful removal of the blackboards, stage curtains and exterior bricks by
several wonderful volunteers.  These items have been turned into the following keepsakes that are currently for sale:

1. Wood-framed chalkboards made from the slate removed from the classrooms.
Approximately 15"X19"X.5" and come with an eraser, a  ledge for chalk and a
memorial plaque on top that says"Sacred Heart School 1913-2017."
Due to the quality of the material and the workmanship involved,
a donation of $50 is requested per board.
Please note that chalk-boards must be picked up from the Parish Office.

2.  Keepsake Heart Pillows and More from the100-year-old Sacred Heart School Auditorium stage curtain! 
The red velvet reminds us of Christ’s Passion, of the sanctuary of our Lord, of the reverence owed to God…
and it reminds us of “old Sacred Heart,” our school.  Limited editions ~ We harvested only part of the curtain.
Get a heart while supplies last!  This is a Sacred Heart fundraiser produced by Judith & Mary Costello.
Suggested Donations:  
Small pillow    -    $20
Medium pillow     -    $40
Large pillow      -    $50
Scarves           -   $55
Small framed pictures   -    $30
 To place an order, please call the Parish Office 563.324.3257 or
stop by the east entrance of the Cathedral after weekend Mass.

3.  Exterior bricks from the school building which have been salvaged, cleaned and memorialized by the Knights of Columbus.
Own a part of the school's foundation to remind you of where you learned the foundation of your Catholic faith.
Each brick has a plaque that says "Sacred Heart School 1913-2017."
A donation of $25 will benefit the Cathedral building campaign.
Bricks will be sold after weekend Masses or may be purchased through the Parish Office, M-F, 9:00 am-4:30 pm.
You may also order by mail:  BRICK ORDER FORM .
Pickup at church or the office is the preferred method of delivery, but bricks can be mailed for an additional $15 (1-2 bricks).

Do you have photos from the reunion that you would like to share with the other alums?  We'd like to add them to our web album. 
Just email them to Terry at [email protected] .  Thanks!

If you have not already done so, please take a few minutes to fill out our Sacred Heart Cathedral Alumni Form
Completed forms can be e-mailed to:  [email protected]  
Mailed to:  
Sacred Heart Cathedral,Attn:  Alumni Database 

422 East 10th Street,Davenport, Iowa  52803

If you would like to contact the Reunion Committee, please send an email to [email protected] or
call either Mary Schepker Kellenberger ('58) at 563-340-0164 or Jim Tiedje at 563-343-6058.

Sacred Heart Cathedral School was dedicated by Bishop Davis on January 17, 1915.  In 2004, after almost 90 years of being open, the decision was made for Sacred Heart Cathedral and Holy Family Catholic Church to combine their schools to become All Saints Catholic School.  In 2005 Saint Alphonsus School also joined with the two parishes and consolidated into All Saints Catholic School.  The Sacred Heart school building was demolished in August, 2017 as part of construction of a new Diocesan Hall.
All Saints Catholic School is now located at 1926 Marquette Street; Davenport, Iowa  52804.  It was formed to maintain a quality Catholic education for our parish families and others in our faith community now and into the future.  The school is financially supported by Sacred Heart Cathedral, Holy Family, and Saint Alponsus parishes and operated under a School Board consisting of members of all three parishes.  All Saints Catholic School is committed to nurturing each child's spiritual, intellectual, social, moral, emotional, and physical development. 
All Saints is open to preschool thru 8th grade students and is proud of their growing enrollment!!!
All Saints Catholic School Website
All Saints Catholic School Facebook Page
Sacred Heart Cathedral Facebook Page
Sacred Heart Cathedral invites its alumni to return to the parish or school as volunteers, guiding the next generation of alumni to success.
Ways to give back to Sacred Heart Cathedral/All Saint's Catholic School:
  • Volunteer service hours to All Saints Catholic School as a mentor, coach, or tutor
  • Remember Sacred Heart Cathedral Parish and All Saints Catholic School Community in your daily prayers
  • Donate to Sacred Heart Cathedral Parish
  • Support the various fundraisers held to benefit the parish and school 
  • Follow the parish and school community activities on our  Sacred Heart Cathedral Facebook Page

About 500 Alumni and friends submitted reservations for this all-school reunion held on June 24.
Attendees began to gather at 3 pm for tours of the school building, which was scheduled to be demolished as part of construction of the new Diocesan Hall.  The group then moved to the Cathedral where they attended Mass with the new Bishop of the Davenport Diocese, Thomas Zinkula.
Following Mass, there was a short program during which remarks were made by Pastor Rev. Rich Adam, Mary Schepker Kellenberger, Co-Chair of the Reunion Committee, and Sr. Teri Hadro, President of the Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary.  After the remarks, Fr. Rich and Alumni Patrick Costello '51 opened the
1914 TIME CAPSULE that was found in the cornerstone of the school building. 
A light picnic supper with Cathedral Ale & wine was served after Mass in the Rectory garden after Mass.



You may still order Alumni T-shirts by calling the manufacturer, BOOSTER:
(855) 631-6850.

Tell them whether you want Campaign Reference
SHS ALUMNI 1 (Grey) or
Campaign Reference

Short sleeve $24
Long sleeve $29
Short sleeve $25
Long sleeve $30Du

Sorry, but chalkboards are no longer available.