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Sacred Heart College stands on the land of the Kwat Kwat people. We acknowledge and pay respect to the Kwat Kwat people, the original and on-going custodians of the land on which our College undertakes its work in the education of our youth. At Sacred Heart College we commit ourselves to actively work alongside Aboriginal people for reconciliation and justice.

Sacred Heart College is a progressive coeducational Catholic secondary school based on the traditions of its Mercy foundation. The College provides education for students in Years 7–12. The College is part of the Sandhurst Diocese and has strong links with the Parish Priest, the Sacred Heart Parish, the Sisters of Mercy and the wider community.

In the rich traditions of Sisters of Mercy, the Sacred Heart Parish and the Catholic Church, Social Justice teachings underpin the life of the College and all students participate in meaningful social justice activities.

The College is situated in a picturesque location, one block away from Lake Mulwala. The College enjoys excellent teaching and learning facilities including ready access to the up-to-date ICT resources. The College is situated in close proximity to the town centre, recreation areas and many of the town’s excellent sporting facilities.

The College enrolment catchment includes the townships of Yarrawonga, Mulwala, Corowa, Bundalong, Tungamah, Berrigan, Savernake and surrounding rural communities.