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.
Sacred Heart College inspires each student to reach her full potential through an education built on Gospel values, while providing opportunities for leadership and continuing excellence in her chosen pursuits.
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Cost $10.00/person or $15.00/family payable to PFS bank account (see attached). The funds will be used to benefit the students of SHC.
Contact Rebecca Garlick at school if you haven't received your barcoded letter.
Pre-orders are now open for the 2018 Sacred Heart College Year Book. Pre-order forms can be collected from the school office, or downloaded here. The Yearbook is $25 per copy. Photos of every form class group, all teams and both Senior and Junior prize giving, along with lots of photos from all events during the year will be inside.
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21 September The National competition was held in Gisborne on 18-20 September. Congratulations to Year 13 Tuimaleali'ifano Fiso for her results. She placed 3rd in senior English speech, won the Kiri Mangu Trophy for the best senior English impromptu speech, and the Korimako Trophy as overall winner of the senior English competition. We are very proud of Tuimaleali'ifano's achievement.
Thank you also to our Te Reo Maori Teacher in Charge Mrs Tawai Frost (pictured with Tuimaleali'ifano) for the support she has given Tuimaleali'ifano throughout this journey.
Thank you to the candidates for this year's Board of Trustees Student Representative election. Votes have been counted, and Year 12 Sophia Meilee Nem declared as student representative. Congratulations Sophia.
Netball New Zealand has announced the teams to take part in the 2018 Pita Pit NZ Secondary Schools Netball Champs. Our Senior A team earned their entry by placing 5th in the recent Lower North Island Secondary Schools competition. The Nationals are in Timaru from 9-12 October. Well done girls. Read more about the competition here.
(Photo: Charity Polu, NISS)
We change into summer uniform at the beginning of Term 4.
Uniform items can be ordered and paid for online - more information here.
Please note the uniform shop is not open over the term break, so now is a good time to check fit and find misplaced items.
During Winter Tournament Week Sacred Heart College's junior basketball team competed at the Zone 3 Junior Basketball Premiership Tournament in Napier. The team were undefeated in their pool leading to a nail biting final win against New Plymouth Girls' High School 63-62.
We are very proud of the team's fantastic accomplishment becoming top Lower North Island Junior Secondary School team.
Te Omanga Hospice Day of Care
8 August 2018 Sacred Heart College's Student Council has raised $1,500 to provide a Day of Care today for a Te Omanga Hospice patient. This allows a patient to have a special day with friends and family doing things they enjoy. The Student Council organised mufti-days and a bake sale to help raise the money. They were also part of the Te Omanga Hospice promotional campaign as they raise funds for their total rebuild. Thank you to the Student Council and school community for contributing to this wonderful gift. You can read more about Te Omanga Hospice Days of Care here.
31 July 2018 Year 13's Charity Polu has been named in the 2018 New Zealand Secondary Schools Netball Team. The team will travel to Canberra in October to play the Australian U17 squad and an England U17 side. Well done Charity, we are proud of you! Read more about the team at Netball NZ here.
16 July 2018 On 12 July Brianna Carson won the 16-19 Female AG category of the 2018 Fyn ITU Aquathlon World Championships that took place in Fyn, Denmark. Brianna competed against young women from Great Britain, Brazil and USA. Read more at College Sport Wellington here.
As from Sunday 17 June 2018, there will be changes to Metlink school and public bus services, including timetables and routes. There are also changes to how students pay for travel on Metlink school buses.
Metlink lime and yellow buses are also on their way, but not all at once, so it is important that students check the number and destination of the bus – rather than the colour.
For detailed maps and changes to SHC school bus routes please refer to the document found here.
Visit our Bus Timetables page for more information.
8 June 2018 Sacred Heart College today celebrated its feast day "The Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus". The day started with Mass and then an artwork was revealed that the whole school has participated in producing. This year the artwork is a mural that hangs on a wall where the Mission building once stood. After Mass this morning, Father Patrick Bridgman blessed the mural and it was then unveiled to the whole school for the first time. Read more here.
Sacred Heart College Year 11 students Ngarangi Sadlier-Patmore and Shanille Lat have won the recent Caritas Aotearoa New Zealand SINGout4JUSTICE song composition senior category with their song 'Questions'. Read more in Caritas' press release of 30 May 2018 here. It also links through to their song.
17 May 2018 Sacred Heart College's Senior A Netball today won the CSW Premier Netball Tournament at the ASB Sport Centre. SHC won the final against St Mary's 19-13. We done team, we're proud of you!
14 May 2018 Sacred Heart College Lower Hutt are O'Shea Shield Champions 2018!
Yesterday Sacred Heart College Lower Hutt were announced as joint O'Shea Shield Champions with St. Catherine's College.
Winning the O'Shea Shield is a monumental achievement which requires the ultimate 'team' effort to win. Sacred Heart won three different sections: Religious Questions (Maia Cunningham, Janina Go and Amber Woolcock), Oratory (Tuimaleali'ifano Fiso) and Scripture Reading (Laura Hewson).
Thank you to all of the teachers involved, as well as the girls for their hard work leading up to the competition - it certainly paid off.
Niuean Language Week
Aho Falaile, 19 October
1.30pm - Yr 9 Sports Academy (Gym)
Aho Faiumu, 20 October
Aho Tapu, 21 October
Tokelauan Language Week
Aho Gafua, 22 October
Labour Day - School is closed
Aho Lua, 23 October
8.45am - Yr 13 GEO Trip
Aho Lulu, 24 October
3.30pm - Maori Achieve (3.30-4.30pm) A1
3.30pm - Big Sister Programme (3.30-5.00pm) Library
7.00pm - PFS Event - Understanding the Teenage Brain
Aho Tofi, 25 October
8.45am - Yr 12 Employment Studies Plunket Course
4.00pm - Junior Parent Teacher Interviews
Note: Study/Homework Club cancelled for today
Aho Falaile, 26 October
- Yr 9 Subject Selection closes
1.30pm - Yr 9 Sports Academy (Gym)
Aho Tōnai, 27 October
Aho Ha, 28 October