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.
15 December 2017 At last night's HCC Scholastic Awards, our Dux Lara van der Raaij and Proxime Accessit to the Dux, Charlotte Best were presented with Scholastic Awards by Mayor Ray Wallace.
Student Leaders 2018
Our student leaders for 2018 were announced at the Year 12 Liturgy. A full list including House Captains and House Leaders can be found here.
(Left to right Bridie Burns - Head of Sport | Seema Singh - Head of Culture | Laura Hewson - Head Girl | Anna Seeker - Head of Performing Arts | Malia Pole'o - Deputy Head Girl | Jessica Viviers - Head of Special Character)
Congratulations to our Dux for 2017, Lara van der Raaij and Proxime Accessit to the Dux, Charlotte Best.
|Lara van der Raaij||Charlotte Best|
Lara and Charlotte's awards were announced at Senior Prize Giving, and presented by Board of Trustees Chairperson Diane Barker.
25 October 2017 Pallas Potter stars in an article on College Sport Media titled 'Pallas Potter's softball career on the rise'. The article also talks about Pallas being a member of the Senior A Netball team, and has a great photo of our softball team. Read the article here.
20 October 2017 Congratulations to Year 11 Sorcha Stempa who was this week awarded a Project K Excellence Award at Government House in Auckland. We are really proud of Sorcha and pleased that she will be a Project K Ambassador at our College even after she has finished school. Sorcha's Excellence Award was one of only seven awarded in New Zealand. News articles are worth reading to learn more about Sorcha's accomplishments (Stuff article here and a Graeme Dingle Foundation Press Release here). [photo credit Colin Williams|Stuff]
Congratulations to Year 11 Tanmeet Singh who has been elected as the Student Representative on the Board of Trustees for 2017-2018.
25 September 2017 We are thrilled to congratulate Year 12 Tuimaleali'ifano Fiso on winning the Korimako Senior English Prepared Speech at the Nga Manu Korero national competition held in New Plymouth last week. (Photo credit Te Korimako O Taranaki.)
3 October 2017 Read more in an education news article on Stuff here.
Key points regarding Mission House
Read about the short-term and medium-term plans here.
14 September 2017 Earlier in September Piper Gwyn (12KA) represented New Zealand at the Oceania and Commonwealth Weightlifting Champs on the Gold Coast. She came 1st in Oceania and 2nd in the Commonwealth in the under 69kg female youth category. Piper also broke her NZ youth record with a 91kg clean and jerk. A fabulous achievement!
11 September 2017 Sacred Heart College's Senior A Netball Team placed 5th at the Lower North Island Secondary School Netball tournament held in New Plymouth last week. This has secured them a spot to compete at the NZ Secondary School Netball Champs being held in Rotorua in week 2 of the October term break.
8 September 2017 Year 13 Sacred Heart College student, Pallas Potter, was awarded Softball New Zealand's Emerging Player award at its recent 2016-17 award ceremony.
17 August 2017 Year 10 JudyMay Lethaby (centre in photo) and team members represented New Zealand at the 2017 Go Kan Ryu World Cup earlier in August. They are now the Karate 2017 GKR World Champions in the Junior Team Kata 3rd Kyu + (under 18 yrs) Division. An amazing effort, and the result of a lot of hard work. Well done team!
7 August Congratulations to Taualai Sola (12TB) for coming 3rd in the Year 12 category at the National Samoan Speech contest held in Christchurch on Friday 4 August.
Taualai's speech was on this year's Samoan language week theme: 'Ma'au i lou ofaga. Maua'a lou fa'asinomaga' which means to 'Keep your identity alive to thrive'.
The competition was fierce in the Year 12 category, especially between the top three speakers as there was only a point separating first from third. This was an amazing achievement for Taualai as she was the only representative from the Hutt Valley to compete in this year's speech contest.
Malo le tapena, malo le tauivi, ua i'u ma le manuia le tauvaga!
12 July 2017 Today's Radio NZ's Pacific News article titled "Hutt Valley Polyfest gives Youth identity boost" quotes Sacred Heart College Poly Group member Hikinala Foua. The article includes photos of Ms Taeao, the Poly Group and combined SHC / St Bernard's / St Pat's Kapa Haka group. Read more here
Click on the photo below to view the YouTube video of our Poly Group performing at Hutt Fest.