Sacré Cœur Women Shape the World
Welcome to Sacré Cœur – a leading independent Catholic school, educating girls from Prep to Year 12 in the Sacred Heart tradition. Our proud history dates back 200 years and is built on respect, faith, spirit and community. Today, we continue to embrace these values in a contemporary education setting where our young women are inspired and challenged to shape the world.
We are immensely proud of our students whose collective results have been excellent.
Applications for 2022 Bursaries and 2023 Scholarships are now open
We welcome enrolment applications for a limited number of places available in our intake years of Prep, Year 5 and Year 7 for 2022 and beyond. Places in other year levels may be available.
Getting to School
Sacré Cœur is easily accessible by train, tram and bus from across Melbourne.
Her Future will Flourish at Sacré Cœur
With places available in 2022 in Prep, Year 5 and Year 7, now is the time to explore a flourishing future for your daughter at Sacré Cœur.
We’re always available to discuss your questions and concerns and to help you make the best choice for your daughter’s future. Talk with key members of our school, and learn how we empower young women to shape the world with courage and kindness.
The Sophie Centre
Welcome to the Future of Learning
Our ground-breaking new STEAM learning centre – the St Madeleine Sophie Barat Centre – delivers 21st century education to our students across science, technology, mathematics, and creative arts.
Spanning four levels, this cutting-edge building features a range of light-filled, modern and inspiring spaces that uphold Sacré Cœur’s commitment to providing an extraordinary education for young women.
“These interdisciplinary spaces capture the essence of contemporary education by dismantling barriers between old and new ways of teaching and embracing the future,” says Principal Adelina Melia-Duovos. “A future in which curiosity, creativity, problem-solving, collaboration, civic-mindedness and compassion will be key to learning.”