College Tours & Open Day
We would love to show you what makes Our Lady of the Sacred Heart College so special. College Tours provide an opportunity to see the school as its everyday self. We are currently offering personal College Tours upon request. To request a personal tour of the College, please phone 8269 8800 or complete the online Request a Personal Tour form. If attending a tour, there is visitor parking available in the front car park off Regency Road. These parks are located closest to the reception building (far left side as you drive in). Please note the back of the school will be closed.
OLSH Open Day
The 2020 OLSH College Open Day was held on Sunday 15 March. Details of the 2021 Open Day will be released later in the year.
Our annual Open Days welcome all members of the community to experience what makes us such a unique and exceptional provider of all-girls education. Our Open Days will focus on the journey. As guests tour the College they will see and hear how OLSH offers so much more than an extensive curriculum, we nurture girls from Year 7/8 to Senior School. Knowing the individual strengths and abilities of each girl, we create flexible and tailored learning pathways to ensure their success.
The whole College will be open and all classes will be accessible to guests to see how beautiful our classrooms and learning spaces are. There will be mini lessons and general activity in spaces that families can observe or join if they wish.
Activities include coding in the computer labs, sports on the oval and courts, dancing in the dance studio, science practicals in the labs and mock career counselling sessions in the Year 10 Area. Students and staff will happily answer any questions visitors may have. There will also be a number of co-curricula groups running to showcase the variety we offer.
Current students, accompanied by recent graduates will eagerly show guests through the College and not only provide a real-life snap shot of life at the College but also a wonderful insight into what it is like to be an OLSH student at various stages in their journey.