COVID-19 Updates

Learning & Enrollment at BSH Continues

Although our campus remains closed, BSH continues to provide learning through our Distance Learning Program for Early Learners Age 2 to Grade 12. Our inspired educators, dedicated staff and school leaders continue to work remotely to provide students with a broad values-based education during these unprecedented times.


BSH COVID-19 Response Specifics

We continue to gather important information and ways to connect with us during this global crisis. Click on the icons below for more.

Current Status

Our current Reopening Plan Site can be found here: CLICK

pdf version of Flip Book for Reopening (pdf version here: BSH Reopening Plan 2020-21)

The Blessed Sacrament Huguenot School deeply values the health and safety of our students, families, faculty and staff. As details of COVID-19 unfold, we continue to monitor information from World Health Organization, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Virginia Department of Health as well as work closely with the Diocese of Richmond Catholic Schools to learn about best practices and response plans. We encourage families to check these resources as well for up-to-date information on this evolving situation.

This page will be updated regularly with information about School operations; please visit frequently.


BSH Pandemic News & Communication


BSH COVID-19 Related Contact Info

Early Learners ~ Mrs. Wendy Lipscomb
Lower School ~ Mrs. Paula Ledbetter & Mrs. Meredith Perry
Middle School ~ Mrs. Paula Ledbetter & Mrs. Meredith Perry
Upper School ~ Mrs. Paula Ledbetter & Mrs. Meredith Perry

Distance Learning

The Academic Leadership Team at BSH has developed a Distance Learning Program using best practices that are in alignment with the age and developmental levels of our students. Our approach incorporates input from our faculty along with best practices for online learning from educators and schools around the world. Our primary goal is to provide our students with continuity in learning with a well-rounded and engaging experience from home. We are mindful that the circumstances are challenging, and we aim to provide the best experience possible for our students age 2 to grade 12.


BSH Distance Learning Plan


Tools for Staying Connected

Individual Support

Teachers, advisors and administrators are available daily for one-on-one support for both students and parents.

Frequent Communication

BSH stays in contact with our parents and students through emails, virtual class meetings, Tuesday Telegrams, weekly Friday Newsletters and social media.

BSH Coronavirus Reponse Site

A one-stop-shop for current parents to access online learning tools and support, remote learning information and class schedules, and updates from BSH and the Office of Catholic Schools.

Virtual Class Meetings

Both Lower and Upper School students attend virtual weekly class check-in meetings, as well as have daily access to teacher support.

Teacher Collaboration & Support

Teachers remain in contact with one another and administration through weekly meetings in order to provide a cohesive and progressive learning environment for students.

Tuesday Telegram

Weekly video school updates and news from Blessed Sacrament leadership.

For Prospective Families

Our Admissions Office is Open

Our admissions office is open and accepting applications for the 2020/21 school year! We are always looking for independent thinkers with a passion for learning, and our team is here to help you through the process. This is your school.


Now accepting applications for the 2020-2021 school year

Learn more about the process and apply online here:


Got More Questions?

Start here to connect with us in the way that suits you best: We can’t wait to meet you.