TOM State Finals

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 had to answer two very difficult questions about the topic on the spot!

The judges praised his ability to solve the problems given and he has been selected to attend the National Finals in April next year in Brisbane. Congratulations Tim, not only for taking up the challenge, but for doing so very well and getting the opportunity to represent both yourself, your school and the State at the Nationals.

TOM State Finals

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 the weekend.

TOM State Finals

On Sunday 10 September, five of our teams competed against 200 other students in the State Finals at ECU Joondalup. Our sincere congraulations go to the Maths Engineering and Science Technology Teams who will be representing Western Australia in Adelaide at the International Finals.

TOM State Finals

We are very excited to announce that the College Musical for 2018 is... MARY POPPINS! 

Robocup State Finals

The qualifying round of the Robocup State Titles last Friday was very hectic, with record numbers of competitors from across the State. In a first for us, all of our teams qualified for the State Finals last Saturday.

Congratulations to Hugh Swann, Lara Woodward, Mitchell Simpson and Natasha Re for their spectacular results in the Global Round of the competition. The team won gold medals for ranking 94th overall (out of 750).

Congratulations to our Year 8 da Vinci Decathlon team who are NATIONAL FINAL WINNERS!

Sacred Heart continued its impressive cross country record with a hard fought victory in the ACC Carnival last Thursday. After being 73 points down to Peter Moyes early in the day, an incredible showing by the U15 boys turned around 149 points in one race - putting us ahead.

Last week whilst everyone was enjoying their extra long weekend, some very dedicated and enthusiastic students spent Friday and Saturday representing Sacred Heart College at the World Scholars Cup event at Scotch College and Curtin University.

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

Sacred Heart College entered teams in Years 7, 8, 9 and 10 in the WA da Vinci Decathlon Competition held at the end of Term 1. The competition is very prestigious academically and is designed to challenge and stimulate the minds of school students. Winning the Decathlon is a highly sought after prize and many of Perth’s top school send teams, including 12 Independent schools, nine Catholic secondary schools and five state schools.

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

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.

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

Sacred Heart's drama team has been chosen from more than 200 students across WA to compete in the YOH (Youth on Health) Fest grand final this weekend. 

Sacred Heart continued its success in athletics by winning the A Division Athletics Carnival for the 18th time in succession.

This year, Robocup attracted 600 competitors from all over the state. Three out of our four teams performed at a high level and qualified for the knockout rounds held at Curtin University on Saturday morning. 

It has been a crazy week for debating with Sacred Heart College 4 novice team winning their octofinals round against Presbyterian Ladies College 7 with a convincing margin of two points, following an emotional rollercoaster adjudication!

On Wednesday 27 June, the West Australian Youth Jazz Orchestra (WAYJO) visited Sacred Heart College for a workshop and concert.