Sacred Heart College is a Catholic Integrated Girls College in Lower Hutt, New Zealand, providing secondary education from Year 9 to Year 13.
Sacred Heart College holds traditional values where excellence is pursued and celebrated within a caring and Christian atmosphere.
Sacred Heart College holds high expectations of Academic success and also offers a wide range of sporting and cultural opportunities.
10 April Congratulations to Year 12 Piper Gwyn who has just competed at the Olympic Weightlifting Youth World Championships in Bangkok. Piper came 3rd in the clean and jerk category and set an unofficial New Zealand record lifting 87kg!
Race Unity Speech Award
7 April Congratulations to Year 12 Seema Singh on being judged the winner at last night's annual Race Unity Speech Award Heats with her speech "Colours only look good in rainbows". The topic for the competition was "Standing up to racism – that’s us!". Seema was also runner up in last year's competition.
Promising future for Hutt schooled rowers
4 April Maddy Devery and Izzy Ahearn feature in today's The Dominion Post. The Year 11 students raced in the under-18 pairs with the fourth best time overall at last week's Maadi Cup. Read the full article here.
Balancing Ballet with Brains
3 April To pursue her dream of being a ballerina, Olivia van Woerkom left Sacred Heart College at the end of 2015 (Year 11) to become a full time Classical student at the New Zealand School of Dance.
Olivia has continued her studies through Te Kura (the Correspondence School) and in 2017 is working towards University Entrance and NCEA Level 3. Read Olivia's story in Te Kura's Link Up magazine.
24 March Catherine features in The Dominion Post this afternoon. Read more here. The article is headed: "Catherine Alvarez follows sister Julianne as Head Girl at Sacred Heart College". Julianne Alvarez was SHC Head Girl in 2014.
24 March The North Island Secondary Schools Athletics competition takes place in Inglewood on 8-9 April. The following Year 9 students will be representing SHC and the Wellington Secondary Schools Athletics Team:
Maria Geoghegan - 3km
Anya Dunlop-Brown - 70m hurdles
Senior A Volleyball Win Wellington Regional Title
6 March Sacred Heart College's Senior A Volleyball team have taken their fifth Wellington regional title in six years, winning against St Mary's College 3-0. Congratulations to the girls and coaches - a fabulous result.
Tia McDougall, Izzy Ahearn, Maddy Devery and Madison Short
Year 12 Tia McDougall and Year 11s Izzy Ahearn, Maddy Devery and Madison Short competed at the New Zealand Rowing Championships held in Twizel 14-18 February 2017 with fantastic results.
Madison - 1st Womens Novice Coxed Eight
Tia, Izzy and Maddy - 1st Womens Club Coxed Eight
Tia and Izzy - 3rd Womens Senior Coxed Eight
Maddy Devery | Tia McDougall | Izzy Ahearn
Past pupil Gemma Woolcock has got back from Sydney after representing New Zealand in the U23 Women's Canoe Sprint team.
Year 13 Ashley Hanary is a member of No 22 (City of Upper Hutt) Squadron, Air Training Corp. Ashley has recently been promoted to Warrant Officer, which is the highest rank a cadet in New Zealand can achieve. Ashley is pictured right being presented by her Commanding Officer and Area Commanding Officer. Ashley earned her promotion through her skills and leadership.
Year 12 student Bride Burns has been selected for the New Zealand under-17 indoor netball team. The team travels to the 2017 WINA Junior World Series being held in Johannesburg, South Africa in July. Congratulations Bridie! (GA Bridie pictured right)
Pallas Potter, Bailey Robertson and Aroha Hibbert
Congratulations to Sacred Heart College students Pallas Potter, Bailey Robertson and Aroha Hibbert who have been selected for the New Zealand Junior White Sox squad.
Year 13 Pallas and Year 12 Bailey will be competing at the under-19 women's world softball championship being held in Florida in July, with Pallas captaining the team. Year 13 Aroha is a non-travelling reserve.
Well done girls, we are proud of you! Read more on Stuff.
|Pallas Potter||Bailey Robertson||Aroha Hibbert|