Sacred Heart Apostolic is a private Roman Catholic missionary college for boys.
The school was founded in Rolling Prairie, Indiana, where it took over the grounds of the former Le Mans Academy. The intention of this institution is to raise men who will serve as future priests.
Sacred Heart Apostolic is a fully accredited school according to the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement.
The campus also offers a four-week long summer program for boys curious about the priesthood.
One year of tuition is $15,500, which may be paid in four or ten-piece installments; the cost for materials such as textbooks, school supplies, uniforms for both sports and regular use, and musical instruments approximately runs an additional $580. If a family is unable to fully cover the cost of tuition, the campus will seek out benefactors for any promising male student.