Why should our family choose Blessed Sacrament School?

For more than 80 years, Blessed Sacrament Catholic School, a key part of the Diocese of Savannah, has been known for educational excellence, strong Catholic faith formation, and comprehensive development of the whole child. Our mission, inspired by the Sisters of Mercy, is to prepare students beyond the classroom to lead, love, and serve God, the Church, and the world.

What are the school hours?

School Hours 8:00AM- 3:00PM

Does Blessed Sacrament School offer before or after school care?

Our Extended Day Program operates from 6:30 AM – 7:30 AM and 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM.

What are the lunch options?

Blessed Sacrament Catholic School offers a daily hot lunch. Students in grades 3-8 also have access to a salad bar. Lunch fees are processed through a family’s FACTS account. Students can bring lunch from home.

What athletics are available?

 Students in grades 5-8 have the opportunity to participate in athletics within SPAL (Savannah Parochial Athletic League). Grades 5-6 is participatory and grades 7-8 is competitive. 


  • Football
  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Track
  • Swimming
  • Golf
  • Soccer


  • Volleyball
  • Cheerleading
  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Track
  • Swimming
  • Golf
  • Soccer
Are there any other extracurricular activities for students?

Blessed Sacrament School offers a variety of clubs and after school activities throughout the year. These clubs are operated by faculty and staff or volunteers, and may change from year to year. Popular clubs include Altar Servers (4-8 grade) Choir, Music/Marching Band, Art, Science Bowl, Wildlife, Broadcast News, and Service Projects with our Buddy Classes. **The Extended Day Program also offers classes from outside organizations such as cooking, dance, soccer, and lacrosse.

There are also opportunities for academic and character-based organizations including:

  • Student Lighthouse Leadership Team (6-8 grade)
  • Safety Patrol (5-8 grade)
  • National Junior Honor Society (7-8 grade)
Will my child have to wear a uniform?

Uniforms, a staple of Savannah Catholic schools, are required for students in grades K-8. Uniforms may be purchased from Bahama Joe’s and A1 Uniforms. Students are required to have their regular daily uniform, PE uniform, and dress uniform. The Home & School Association has a used uniform closet and offers a used uniform sale twice a year.

How do I access my child’s information and manage payments?

Blessed Sacrament School uses FACTS as their student information system. This  allows parents to view their child’s grades, communicate with teachers, access information regarding assignments and school information, and manage tuition and payment options.

How do BSS students perform after they graduate?

Students who graduate from Blessed Sacrament School in 8th grade typically go on to high school at Saint Vincent’s Academy, Benedictine Military School, or other local public or private schools. 

When will I know next year’s tuition and fees?

Information for the next school year is available each February on our Blessed Sacrament School website here.

How do I get the “Catholic Discount?”

Blessed Sacrament has three tiers of tuition for K-8th grade: In Parish/Participating Catholics (Grades), Out of Parish Catholic Rate, and Non-Catholic. 

To qualify for the Catholic tuition rate, each year Blessed Sacrament School must receive a Parish Subsidy Request signed by your Pastor from your Catholic Parish.  

The Pre-Kindergarten rate is the same for all students.

Does BSS offer financial aid?

We offer financial aid supported by Blessed Sacrament Church, G.R.A.C.E. Scholars, and the Diocese of Savannah. Interested families must complete a FACTS Grant & Aid application to determine eligibility for tuition assistance. FACTS Grant & Aid applications are available starting in January and are due by March 1 for the upcoming school year. There is limited aid available.

How do my students get to/from school?

Transportation is handled by parents, with Extended Day care options available at Blessed Sacrament School.

Does BSS accept students of non-Catholic Faith?

Blessed Sacrament Catholic School accepts students of any race, sex, color, national and ethnic origin. On average, about 25% of our student population is non-Catholic. Regardless of faith, all students take religion classes and will attend school mass during the school week. 

How can I get involved?

Blessed Sacrament Catholic School thrives with the support and volunteerism of our families! Opportunities for family involvement include: serving in the cafeteria, being a room parent, participating in Home & School (which is like PTA), helping with  booster club and athletics. All volunteers must be VIRTUS training prior to volunteering.