The College is extremely proud of the academic achievements of the Class of 2017. Our Year 12 students genuinely embraced the College motto, Always Striving Upwards to achieve their personal best. We acknowledge the hard work, dedication and commitment of our students, enabling them to achieve excellence. Their achievements can be attributed to their resilience, diligence and persistence. The fierce determination of our students is by far the most important contributing factor to their success. 50% of ATAR students achieved a score in the top third of the State.

 

WACE RESULTS

 

 School Curriculum and Standards Authority Awards

 A record number of Sacred Heart students achieved Awards from the School Curriculum and Standards Authority.

 Please visit the website for more details about the awards and see the file below for more details about Sacred Heart student awards.

 

STUDENT DANCES HER WAY TO THE 2018 PERSPECTIVES

STUDENT DANCES HER WAY TO THE 2018 PERSPECTIVES

Samantha Elliott and Sophie Nock from the Class of 2017 were two of only 24 students (out of 216 candidates) invited to audition for 2018 Performing Arts Perspectives in April.

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CLASS OF 2017 EXCEL IN WACE

CLASS OF 2017 EXCEL IN WACE

Congratulations to the

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EVA MALE RECEIVES GENERAL EXHIBITION AWARD

EVA MALE RECEIVES GENERAL EXHIBITION AWARD

Congratulations to Eva Male, having been awarded a 2017 General Exhibition. To receive this Award, Eva had to have one of the Top 50 WACE scores based on the average of five equated examination

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STUDENT EXCELS AT UN YOUTH VOICE

STUDENT EXCELS AT UN YOUTH VOICE

Congratulations to Tim Southgate (Year 7) who represented the College in the State Final of this competition last Friday night. Tim spoke about ‘Cyber Terrorism’ and

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Students become TOM National Champions!

Students become TOM National Champions!

Sacred Heart College’s Science Technology Tournament of Minds (TOM) team were crowned National Champions after competing against teams from Australia, New Zealand and Thailand in Adelaide over

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