As a child of the Sacred Heart, you are never alone in the world.
When our students graduate, they are given a passport to the world in the form of a certificate that is their introduction to any Sacred Heart school or convent founded by the Society of the Sacred Heart in over 40 countries. The Society was founded by Saint Madeleine Sophie Barat in Paris in 1800 and its first school in Melbourne was opened in 1888. There are over 150 schools worldwide which share the educational philosophy of St Madeleine Sophie Barat and her early companions.
Students and staff at Sacré Cœur enjoy an unrivalled access to sister schools all over the world. The many benefits of this vast network include:
• Reciprocal exchanges
• International immersion programs
• Study Tours
• Staff Professional Development
• Ongoing collaboration via internet and email
• World-wide celebration of traditions and cultural events
Here you will find links to some of our sister schools in Australia and around the world:
Being ‘internationally-minded' has become a catchphrase for many schools, but for Sacré Cœur this has been the norm since its foundation in 1888 as one of over 150 Sacred Heart schools in over 40 countries. Few schools could boast the breadth of the international network that is available to the students of Sacré Cœur and the magnificent opportunities this brings.
The following International Exchanges are typically available to students in Year 11.