Our Lady of the Sacred Heart College

From the Principal

OLSH College crestI 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

Principal, Joy Bedford with College LeadersLatest from the Principal


Every year our Year 12 students achieve their SACE. It is a wonderful combination of the work of their teachers who recognise that it is their job to ensure girls meet deadlines and succeed and who give meticulous feedback and the girls' sheer hard work. //more

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What's Happening

Southern Cross - November 2015 Edition

Southern Cross November edition just released  //more

College Tours and Open Day

Official College Tours have concluded for 2015. However we do welcome individual tour requests - please register online. Alternatively our 2016 Open Day is taking place on Sunday 20 March, 1 - 3pm. //more

National English Competition Medal Winner

It is with great pride that we announce that Year 8 student, Molly Power, is the recipient of the Year 8 Medal awarded to the student in SA and NT who received the highest score in the National English Competition.  //more

Australian Vocational Student Prize Winner

It is with great pleasure I announce that OLSH graduate Mia Balzan has been selected as a recipient of the 2014 Australian Vocational Student Prize. Congratulations go to Mia for her commitment towards achievement of SACE and Vocational Education and Training. //more

Sun Protection UV Alert

OLSH strives to ensure our students are aware of the effects of UV even on cool and overcast days so they can protect themselves from the sun. With changes in weather, it's important to check the UV alert daily. //more