INTRODUCTION

The Church’s mission, received from Jesus Christ through the apostles, is to proclaim the Good News of Salvation to every human being. The mission of the Church is the basic mission too of the Catholic school. The process through which the Church fulfills this mission is called “evangelisation”.

The Church evangelises by “bringing the Good News into all strata of human society, and, through its influence, transforming humanity from within and making it new” (On Evangelisation in the Modern World 18)

Catholic schools evangelise by:

• Striving continually to be effective schools

• Teaching students to integrate faith, culture and life (Mandate Document 18)

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Mr Trevor Lynch wins prestigious ACEL Certificate of Excellence

Mr Trevor Lynch wins prestigious ACEL Certificate of Excellence

Congratulations to our Deputy Principal - Dean of College, Mr Trevor Lynch, who was awarded an ACEL prestigious Certificate of Excellence in Educational Leadership at

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Year 8 and 10 Teams win the da Vinci Decathlon

Year 8 and 10 Teams win the da Vinci Decathlon

Sacred Heart College entered teams in Years 7, 8, 9 and 10 in

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Sacred Heart wins seventh consecutive ACC 'A' Division Swimming Carnival

Sacred Heart wins seventh consecutive ACC 'A' Division Swimming Carnival

Congratulations to our swim team for winning the ACC 'A' Division Swimming Carnival on Wednesday for our seventh consecutive time. 

Gemma Devitt earns prestigious General Exhibition (ATSI) Award

Gemma Devitt earns prestigious General Exhibition (ATSI) Award

Our 2016 Head Girl, Gemma Devitt, has been recognised for her achievement as the Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) student who achieved the highest WACE in 2016.

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National TOM Champions!

National TOM Champions!

Congratulations to our Language and Literature team who are now National Tournament Of Minds Champions following their performance on the Gold Coast last weekend. 

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