Our Lady of the Sacred Heart College

From the Principal

OLSH Principal, Maria UrbanoI trust that from visiting our website you will gain an insight into the unique character of our College.

In a girls’ school, girls learn and lead in an atmosphere of approval.  Everything we do is designed to ensure girls reach their full potential as we open up for girls the extraordinary range of career pathways available to them. 

Our student population is an ideal size for providing a balance between offering a broad curriculum and providing a vibrant, supportive, learning community.  Here students can strive for excellence. //more

Maria Urbano


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What's Happening

Southern Cross - May 2016 Edition

Southern Cross May edition just released //more

OLSH Leadership to attend training at Harvard

Earlier this year the school received a funding grant from the Sidney Myer Foundation for schools to build capacity in their teachers. This grant enables the school to, just as we do with students, ensure that we are continually improving what we do.  //more

Message from the Principal - Week 11 Term 1, 2016

As Term 1 draws to close I want to take this opportunity to thank you for your warm welcome of me as the new Principal of OLSH College. I have thoroughly enjoyed getting to know the OLSH community - students, staff, parents, families, OLSH committee members and wider OLSH community. //more

2016 College Tours

College Tours provide an intimate opportunity to see the school as its everyday self. Tours are scheduled in Term 2, 3 and 4. Alternatively you are most welcome to submit an individual tour request. //more

OLSH Alumni Young Achievers

On Saturday 12 March two of our alumnae, Razia Ali (2010) and Katerina Grypma (2015) did OLSH proud as they were finalists and semi-finalists in the Channel 9 Young Achiever Awards.  //more

2015 SACE Results

Congratulations to our Year 12s of 2015 on their outstanding results! 100% of students achieved their SACE. 100% of grades achieved were As, Bs or Cs.  //more