The Sisters of our Lady of the Missions (RNDM Sisters) established Sacred Heart College Sorrento in 1967 to expand the capabilities of Sacred Heart Girl’s School in Highgate. Over the next 20 years, significant changes occurred which helped form the current face of the College. The first came in 1977 when the College became co-educational. This was followed with the appointment in 1985 of the first lay Principal. Whilst the change in leadership was effected, the Sisters remained directly responsible for the day-to-day management of the College. This arrangement remained until 1989 when the Sisters withdrew and Sacred Heart College became part of the Diocesan System of Schools managed by the Catholic Education Commission of Western Australia. At the end of 1998, the doors of the boarding complex closed for the last time. It was the end of one era and the beginning of another.

The Sacred Heart College of today has changed significantly since its inception. There has been an extensive building and rebuilding program as the College increased in size to the point where it currently caters to some 1200 students.
The College has expanded its facilities to support the four pillars: Spiritual, Academic, Sporting and Cultural. The RNDM Performing Arts Centre, named in honour of our founders, seats 560 persons in a professional theatre and is probably the best school theatre in Western Australia.

Further detail into our history can be found HERE:

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 the WA da Vinci

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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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Sacred Heart enters YOH Fest finals

Sacred Heart enters YOH Fest finals

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. 

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