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.
20 May Briana Carson of 12RV (pictured) was a finalist in the Hutt Valley DHB Young Sportswoman of the Year category of last week's Hutt Valley Sport Awards. This recognition was for Briana's accomplishments and the effort she puts into her sport of Triathlon.
13 May Enrolment applications are open and can be made online Enrol Here or by collecting enrolment forms from your current Catholic school's office or from the main office at Sacred Heart College. More information on our enrolment page.
Enrolments close on Monday 1 July 2019.
Open Mornings Wednesday 22 May (note change of date) and Wednesday 5 June 2019. Please phone the College office to book your visit. Each booking is for one hour.
10 May Nominations are now open for the election of five parent representatives to the Sacred Heart College Board of Trustees.
A nomination form and letter have been posted to all eligible parents and caregivers on the College's roll. Nomination forms can also be collected from the College.
Nominations and candidate statements can be made:
The letter has instructions on how to submit your nominations. Click HERE for a guide to the online nomination process.
Nominations close at 12 noon on Friday 24 May 2019.
Late nominations will not be accepted. (This needs to be taken into consideration if posting a nomination form, to allow time for NZ Post delivery.)
If you would like to come along to the next Board of Trustees meeting to find out just exactly what the Board does, they will be meeting in the school library on Wednesday 22 May from 7.00pm to 8.30pm.
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8 May The school enjoyed a shared picnic on Friday 3 May. The houses each had a shared lunch and participated in games.
Five boxes of leftover food was delivered to Lower Hutt Community Foodbank by 10RH students (L-R below) Eva Parlakchief, Arabella Toms and Ruby Robinson. Lots of treats for distribution amongst the food parcels.
30 April From today a composting system has been implemented to reduce the amount of food waste we send to landfills. To do this, the staff room and form classes each have a bucket that will be used as a composting bin.
This initiative relates back to our school values by:
Thank you to Ms Booker and the students who are working hard to get everyone committed to this initiative (though more volunteers are needed , so please see Ms Booker if you would like to be a team member).
29 April SHC was represented at the Lower Hutt and Wellington Civic ANZAC Services, and at the Wainuiomata ANZAC Parade and Service.
Bailey Miller-Janes, Angela White, Grace Elliott and Nicola Edger (L-R below) asked if they could represent the College at Wainuiomata and laid a beautiful handmade cross during the wreath laying ceremony (made by Grace and Nicola).
Caelin Patterson, Grace Mann and Emily McGoldrick (L to R below left) represented the College at the Anzac Day National Commemoration Service at Pukeaha National Warm Memorial Park. Mana Kauone-Tepania, Samantha Wallis, Marie Fisher and Lesina-Leigh Porter-Samuels (L to R below right) attended the Lower Hutt Civic Service and laid the College's traditional flower cross.
8 April The SHC Jazz Band, Route 65, travelled to Tauranga for the National Youth Jazz Band competition over the weekend. Congratulations to the Band on winning Silver in the Jazz Combo section, and to Ngarangi Sadlier-Patmore for winning the Dave Feehan Trophy - Most Outstanding Vocalist award. Thank you to Mr Isaacs and Mrs Russell for taking the girls to the competition.
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Monday, 20 May
3.30pm - Debating Club
Tuesday, 21 May
12.00pm - Project K Community Challenge
2.45pm - Poly Group Practice
Wednesday, 22 May
8.45am - Yr 13 GEO Trip
9.00am - Yr 8 Open Morning
3.30pm - Homework Club (Library)
3.30pm - Maori Achieve (A2)
5.00pm - Kapa Haka Practice
7.00pm - Board of Trustees Meeting
Thursday, 23 May
8.45am - Yr 13 SUS Trip
12.00pm - Junior Swim Sports
1.00pm - Daisy Lavea Timo - Author Visit
1.30pm - Yr 11 ECO Trip
3.30pm - Big Sister Programme
6.00pm - Pasifika Fono
Friday, 24 May
8.45am - Nga Manu Korero
8.45am - Yr 13 PED/SPS Tough Gal Challenge
8.45am - Yr 11 GEO Trip
8.45am - Creative Industries Day
12.00pm - Nominations for BOT Parent Rep Election Close
1.40pm - Poly Group Practice