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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Coding sparks creativity, inspiration and innovation

Coding has become a real buzz word in Year 9 IT classes this week as we commenced a new unit of work exploring code and its importance in the future.  //more

Message from the Principal - Week 8 Term 3, 2016

Last Friday, 9 September 2016 we celebrated the Feast of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart at Rosary Church, Prospect. The Mass is affectionately known as the “Babies Mass” as we invite the babies and young children new to our community to be blessed at the ceremony. //more

Southern Cross - September 2016 Edition

Southern Cross September edition just released //more

From 2019 OLSH will become a Year 7 - 12 school

In 2015 the South Australian Commission for Catholic Schools endorsed a move towards shifting Year 7 from primary to secondary settings. Catholic Education South Australia (CESA) is now implementing that decision and most Catholic schools in South Australia will make this change in 2019. //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

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