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.
The school office is closed for the holidays, reopening to the public on Tuesday 22 January 2019.
Registration forms for Summer Sport, Winter Sport and Netball can be found HERE, along with the contact and information booklet for all sport at Sacred Heart College.
26 November Congratulations to our Junior Softball team for progressing through the College Sport Wellington Junior Softball Tournament undefeated on Friday. The team won against St Mary's in the final. Well done girls.
Stationery Lists 2019
Sacred Heart College stationery lists and PB Technologies brochures for BYOD are available HERE.
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.
Senior Awards 2018
PTFA 75th Jubilee Cup for General Excellence in Year 12
The PTFA Cup for General Excellence in Year 11
Neve Te One
SHC Cup for Academic Excellence in Year 11
SHC Sportswoman of the Year
College Sport Wellington Multisport Athlete of the Year
To access Sacred Heart College's policies and procedures, and review them, visit the SchoolDocs website here, entering the username (sacredheartcollege) and password (laingsroad).
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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.
Senior A Netball - NZ Secondary Netball Champs Team Announcement
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.