Sacred Heart School

India's Pioneering Eco School

Sacred Heart School is the most inclusive school of the country where differently abled children (Dyslexic, Dysgraphic, Dyscalculic, Visually and Hearing Impaired, Cerebral Palsy) as well as students without disabilities participate and learn together in the same class.
‘Zero Garbage’ practicing school. Not a single bucket of garbage has been thrown outside the school compound in last 10 years. Garbage is segregated into Dry and Wet Waste. Wet waste is converted into Organic manure in house. Dry waste is sent for recycling.
Pioneer in providing World Class Coaching in sports with an established State-of-the Art 11000 Sq. ft in house National Sports Academy.

Our Motto

To enhance the ability of every Sacred Heartian to think and act wisely and to prepare them to face the toughest challenges of life with a smile.

To make the heart of every Sacred Heartian compassionate so that they learn to respond to the call of the needy, thus motivating the desire to compassionately extend a helping hand.

To keep moving onwards and to continually improve one's performance. To compete as well as keep challenging oneself by setting the goals higher and higher and strive tirelessly to achieve them.

Recent Events

  • A Get Together Of All The Teaching Staff From Sacred Heart School.

    Sacred Heart School rejoices a get together of its teaching staff on 13th April, 16. It was not only a delightful rendezvous but also a celebration of the healthy relationship that has always existed between the co-workers. Moreover, this happy event projected the importance that the school gives to every region of India by celebrating the oncoming of the festivals like Baisakhi, Vishu and Pahila Baishakh..The celebration was followed by a delicious appetizing feast in Kerala Sadya Style.

  • A BEVY OF GIRLS FROM SACRED HEART SCHOOL MEET JACQUELINE FERNANDEZ

    Sacred Heart School Kalyan donated an amount of Rupees 15 Lakhs to the habitat for Humanity India on 9th April, 16 at Chennai. The amount for this charity had been collected by the school's students. A bevy of 11 girls along with 2 teachers visited Chennai for this purpose. They met Jacqueline Fernandez, one of the celebrities supporting the Habitat for Humanity India. Not only this they were also a part of a campaign "Jacqueline Builds" wherein these students helped in manually building homes for the flood affected victims of the 'Padappai' area in Chennai. The endeavour of Sacred Heart School, Kalyan to help flood victims of Chennai and their efforts to build homes for the homeless were praised by Jacqueline Fernandez. It was a heart touching experience for the students for having been involved in this noble cause.

  • A Guinness World Record For Sacred Heartians

    Six Sacred Heartians have embellished more the name of their school by procuring the ‘Guinness Book Of World Records’ participation certificates. These students now hold a record for performing a group dance and being a part of the highest number of Roller Skate Dancers ever.

  • Sacred Heart School Felicitates Its Rajya Puruskar Awardees And Scout International Campers

    It has been proudly declared that Seven Scouts and Four Guides from Sacred Heart School will be honoured with the prestigious Rajya Puruskar Award by the Hon’ble Governor of the state. The school too, felicitates these students for their achievement.

  • SWARANJALI-A LIVE MUSIC CONCERT

    Swaranjali was a Benefit Musical Concert scheduled on 24th February at the Acharya Atre Natya Rangamandi,Kalyan. Singing sensations from sacred Heart School,who have mastered the art of music mesmerised the audience with a nonstop live music concert. The spectators indulged in soulful music which were being sung in various languages such as Hindi, Marathi, Sindhi, Gujarati,Malayalam,Japnese & English. Also a musical parody by the Sacred Heart School’s Theatre of Innovation added to the charm of the concert. The most spectaluar performance of the evening was the musical performance dedicated to the great musician Yanni Chryssomallis, wherein each musician displayed his/her own skill and love for music.

  • CHHATRAPATI SHIVAJI MAHARAJ JAYANTI CELEBRATIONS AT SACRED HEART SCHOOL

    The school celebrated the birth of the legendary warrior Shivaji Maharaj on 19th February. His administration and valour was commemorated by presenting through means of role play his efficient Ashtapradhan Mandal. Moreover, his glorious achievements were demonstrated through skits, powadas, glass paintings and charts made by students.

  • SACRED HEARTIANS ENJOY THE HOCKEY PREMIER LEAGUE

    60 students and 9 teachers got an opportunity to be a part of the HOCKEY PREMIER LEAGUE on 16th February, at Hockey Stadium, Churchgate. This was a thanksgiving gesture from ‘Habitat for Humanity’, as the school in collaboration with this organisation had undertaken numerous endeavours for the homeless.

  • SACRED HEART SCHOOL PARTICIPATES IN TOUR DE KALYAN-CYCLOTHON

    More than 200 students participated in a cyclothon organised by Rotary Club of Kalyan Thane Zilla Cycling Association and Kalyan Cyclists on 14th February. The Cyclothon commenced from Ganesh Ghat at 6.30am and the journey came to an end at Prem Auto,Kalyan. Our administrator Respected Albin Anthony Sir led the cyclothon along with the students and was supported by teachers and parents. Sacred Heart School secured five prizes at the cyclothon (Under 17) 1st Place - Tanishqua Cheyaden 2nd Place - Manushi Desai Consolation - Srishti Ausarkar Consolation - Ria Talreja Consolation - Dhruvi Chavhan

  • SACRED HEART SCHOOL ATTENDS THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE CONDUCTED BY “GREAT PLACE TO WORK”

    A team of teachers along with the Administrator and the Head Mistress had been to attend this conference on 9th February, 2016. The conference helped understand the importance of developing high performance organizations by creating a great workplace culture for their employees. The work culture at Sacred Heart School already promotes in bringing out the best in every employee. The conference certainly imbibed the team with ideas to build high trust among the co-workers..

  • 67th REPUBLIC DAY CELEBRATION

    The 67th Republic day was celebrated with great honour and pride. The celebration commenced with the school band escorting Hon’ Administrator Mr. Albin Anthony & Principal Madam Vinita Raj. The celebrations included the school choir playing and singing patriotic songs. The programme witnessed the sports dance wherein all the sports champions from different genres of sports performed their best. The best student from each standard was felicitated. Certain students were also felicitated with the Appreciation Award for their immense hard work and improvement. The celebrations concluded with messages given by the Administrator, Principal & Section Heads.

  • SINDHUTAI SAPKAL VISITS SACRED HEART SCHOOL ON GRANDPARENTS DAY CELEBRATION

    Sacred Heart School strongly believes that grandparents are the firm roots of any family and children blossom when they revere their family roots along with academic brilliance. With this in heart and compassion in mind our school celebrated Grandparents’ Day with much jubilation. The school feels humbled to have invited the grandparents, and to have felicitated and honoured them. Most importantly the presence of Sindhutai Sapkal as the chief guest of the programme sensitized the hearts of the spectators.

  • SACRED HEARTIANS BUILDING HOMES FOR HOMELESS

    200 students (standard VIII & IX) and 30 teachers along with the Habitat for Humanity, India volunteers visited Karjat (Dongarpada), a remote village to volunteer for 'Home for the Homeless'. All the student volunteers along with the teachers were involved in building houses, carrying bricks and cement, laying foundations, painting houses and community centres for the inhabitants of Dongarpada. Sacred Heart School, Kalyan made a record in the Asia-Pacific region of sending largest number of volunteers (230) from a single institution.

  • CHRISTMAS CELEBRATIONS AT SACRED HEART SCHOOL

    Christmas celebration at Sacred Heart School has always been momentous. This year the celebration commenced with a thanksgiving prayer by teachers who expressed gratitude to the Almighty for all the showers bestowed on every Sacred Heartian. The programme also exhibited colourful performances such as the Sufi Dance, the Christmas Ballet, the tap dance and a tableau on the birth of Lord Jesus. The highlight of the celebration was when the school in collaboration with Habitat for Humanity International donated Rs.15 lakhs towards building homes for homeless in Chennai and a sum of Rs. 3.5 lakhs towards building homes for homeless at Karjat. Video messages sent by numerous Indian telly stars and bollywood star Mr.R. Madhavan , bestowing blessings and love for this contribution, made the evening for all Sacred Heartians a glorious one.

  • TUESDAY DECEMBER 15, 2015- A HISTORIC DAY FOR SACRED HEART SCHOOL

    Sacred Heart School had been reverentially invited as Guest Editors for the Times of India- NIE edition. A team of Sacred Heartians got an opportunity to visit THE TIMES OF INDIA office, MUMBAI on 14th Dec, 2015 and tour around the TOI building. They were fortunate enough to read the significant TOI newspaper that was published on 15th August 1947. Most importantly, The Student Edition of The Times Of India published on Tuesday, December15, 2015 was exclusively edited by the Administrator, Principal and an editorial team of teachers and students from Sacred Heart School. A historic moment for us.

  • GEMINID METEOR SHOWER- THE ASTRONOMY CAMP SET IN JUNNAR ON 12th DEC, 2015.

    Our astronomy camp set in Junnar to observe the beauty of Geminid Meteor Shower awestruck every onlooker who was a part of it. A group of 110 students accompanied with team of teachers visited Junnar for this camp. The camp witnessed the presence of distinguished personalities which included Mr Prabhu Velar, an astronomer and constellation specialist, IITians associated with IIT Madras, Environmentalist Ms.Noorafsha Abdullah, Agriculturist Mr. Dilip Lahote and Astrophotographer, Architect Mr. Bhavin Nagda. The itinerary of the camp included a walk through the pomegranate field, the pre-Geminid showers, releasing of 150 sky-lanterns and a talk on constellations and positions of stars by Mr Prabhu Velar.

  • SACRED HEART SCHOOL TRANSPORTS LOVE, AFFECTION AND CARE TO CHENNAI

    Sacred Heart School transports its love and affection to the flood hit victims of Chennai. Our School trucks named “NIRMAL HRIDAY EXPRESS 1 & 2”, loaded with 2015 tonnes of relief materials and other essential commodities journeyed their way to Chennai on 8th Dec,2015 and reached IIT MADRAS on 10thDec,15. These relief materials were then distributed among the needy by the Dean of IIT MADRAS and other volunteers. It is a blessing that every Sacred Heartian could contribute toward the wellbeing of our fellow friends.

  • ANOTHER ACHIEVEMENT IN THE FIELD OF DRAMATICS

    Sacred Heartians made us proud again at the Ravikiran Baal Natya Spardha, Parel by winning the award for Best Play: Race 2 Best Direction: Mr. Suresh Shelar Sir Best Set: Ms. Gayatri Khandge Best Acting (Consolation): Master Rugved Bhoir and Ms. Sai Kambale

  • SACRED HEARTIAN MS. NISHA PUJARI CLIMBS UP THE LADDER TOWARDS GLORY

    Ms. Nisha Pujari was awarded the Shivchhatrapati Trophy at the Balewadi Sports Complex, Pune. She received the award on 3rd December, 2015 in the presence of Honourable Chief Minister and other dignitaries.

  • SACRED HEARTIAN MS. NISHA PUJARI CLIMBS UP THE LADDER TOWARDS GLORY

    Ms. Nisha Pujari was awarded the Shivchhatrapati Trophy at the Balewadi Sports Complex, Pune. She received the award on 3rd December, 2015 in the presence of Honourable Chief Minister and other dignitaries.

  • CHILDREN’S DAY CELEBRATIONS AT SACRED HEART SCHOOL

    After a short Diwali vacation students were greeted with a grand surprise by their teachers, non teaching staff and our dearest Administrator himself. As a part of the Children’s Day celebration the school was transformed into no lesser than a fun fair. Various games were organized for the children. They were let to wander freely in the school campus to their hearts delight. This added to their merriment and our blessings.

  • ADVENTURE CAMP AT PANCHAMARI

    An adventure camp was organized by the Bharat Scout and Guide National Training Centre. The camp was conducted from 23rd November to 30th November at Panchamari, Madhya Pradesh. A total of 23 boy scouts and 2 scout masters from our school attended the camp.

  • INTERNATIONAL CHESS CHAMPS

    Sacred Heart School cherishes another hearty moment as two of our students have made us proud by winning the International Rapid Chess Tournament, Thailand. Miss Neelam Kukreja secured the first position (Under 14 girls) and Master Mrunal Lalwani won the second place (Under 14- open).

  • THE VOICE OF SACRED HEART MAKES US PROUD AGAIN

    Our dearest ex-student, Master Snehal Yashwantrao , also known for his voice as the Pride of Sacred Heart performed with his band for the organisation - CRY and released a song on YouTube this Children’s Day.

  • DIWALI CELEBRATIONS AT ANUGRAHA OLD-AGE HOME

    This Diwali was celebrated in a very unusual way. A group of Sacred Heartians visited the residents of Anugraha Old-Age Home (Haji Malang Road).The celebrations included cleaning of the campus, drawing and decoration of Rangoli design with flower petals, lighting the diyas to illuminate the campus and bursting low-intensity fire crackers along with the elders. On this occasion students distributed handmade ‘Aasans’ to be used for the purpose of prayer, meditation etc. This not only brought smiles on their faces but also earned for us more blessings.

  • ANNUAL PICNIC TO HYDERABAD

    Sacred Heart School organized its annual picnic to Hyderabad, which was scheduled from October 5th October, 2015 to 10th October, 2015. The students visited famous places like the vibrant Ramoji Film City, the historic Charminar, Lake Hussain Sagar, the majestic Golconda Fort, Salarjung Museum, Sudha Car Museum, Mecca Masjid, Science Centre, Chowmahalla Palace.

  • TIMES -NIE ORGANIZES A TEACHERS’ MEET

    NIE (News Paper In Education) organized an Interschool Teachers’ meet at Kidzania, Mumbai on 5th October 2015. The meeting saw a gathering of 250 teachers from all over Mumbai. Eleven teachers from Sacred Heart School attended this programme. The programme gave an opportunity to all the teachers to explore different job profiles.

  • CLEANLINESS DRIVE AT SACRED HEART SCHOOL

    Sacred Heart School celebrated Swachata Abhiyan Diwas on 2nd October 2015. Students and teachers participated in the cleanliness drive wholeheartedly by cleaning the school campus. The School believes that “Cleanliness is next to Godliness’’.

  • ECO-VISARJAN CAMPAIGN BY SACRED HEARTIANS

    An Eco-Visarjan campaign was carried out by the School during the Ganesh Chaturthi festival celebrations; where 150 student volunteers were shown videos and demonstrations on Eco-Visarjan. The volunteers distributed circulars in their housing societies to promote the concept of Eco-Visarjan.

  • TEACHERS ATTEND THE WORKSHOP “A World in Motion”

    Four teachers from Sacred Heart School attended a workshop on 26th September 2015, organized by Mahindra Co. Ltd named “A World in Motion”. The workshop helped the teachers to build the concept of speed and distance amongst students by using the Jet Toy.

  • TEACHERS’ VISIT TO MOUNT MARY, BANDRA

    The teachers of Sacred Heart School, visited the Basilica of Our Lady of the Mount, Bandra on 16th September,2 015. The teachers and the management offered their prayers and thanksgiving to the Almighty. The visit also included the donation of saree’s at the Don Bosco, Church Matunga.

  • SACRED SCHOOL AMONGST MUMBAI’S TOP TEN SCHOOLS

    Sacred Heart School has been placed amongst the Top Ten Schools, in the northern zone (Mumbai), by the Hindustan Times C-fore survey. This award is a result of the hard work, love and support of every Sacred Heartian. Sacred Heart School expresses its heartfelt gratitude to all the teachers, students & parents for their continuous support, love & co-operation.

  • CELEBRATION OF HINDI DIWAS

    Sacred Heart School celebrates Hindi-Diwas by organizing an inter school competition on 14th September, 2015. The competitions held were Kavya-Vachan, Nibandh Lekhan, Tatkalik Bhashan & Ekanki Pratiyogita.Six schools participated in the competitions.

  • TATA CLASS EDGE TEACHERS’ WORKSHOP

    Five teachers of Sacred Heart School participated in the workshop organized by the Tata Class Edge, on 12th September, 2015. The workshop was conducted by Ms. Joy Townsend, of Destiny Education. The theme of the workshop was “Active learning with larger classes”. The workshop enhanced the teaching skills of the teachers.

  • SACRED HEART SCHOOL WINS JUGAAD

    Students of our school participated in Jugaad- Best out of waste, an inter school competition held at Birla School, Kalyan on 11th September 2015. Zen Firn was the product prepared by our students which was made out of waste Coreboard Tubes & Packaging Chipboards. A product which displayed an out of the box thinking of our Sacred Heartians. Once more Sacred Heartians made us proud by bagging the first place in the Jugaad competition.

  • SACRED HEART SCHOOL WINS THE INTER SCHOOL GROUP DANCE MEDLEY COMPETITION

    Sacred Heart school participated in the Inter school group dance medley competition held at Birla School, Kalyan, on 11th September 2015. Our students performed a fusion of Traditional Bharatnatyam dance, the western hip hop & the Indian folk dance. Our students made us proud by bagging the first prize in the dance competition.

  • SACRED HEART SCHOOL WINS THE INTER SCHOOL SINGING COMPETITION

    Our school participated in the inter school creativity carnival organised by Birla School, Kalyan, on 11th September, 2015. students participated in the inter school group singing competition. The performance of our school choir stunned the audiences as well as the judges. Our school swept away the first prize in the competition.

  • Sacred Heartians in the Courtyard of Mekkah Masjid

  • Senior Voice of Sacred Heart - Gayatri. K

  • 5th Rank in Times School Survey 2015

  • 3rd Place in sports dance competition

    Sports Dance Competition, Organised by Sports Dance Federation of India along with Buldhana sports dance association, Buldhana.

  • SHIV CHHATRAPATI SPORTS AWARDEE - NISHA PUJARI

    Mr. Albin Anthony, Administrator of Sacred Heart School seen felicitating Ms. Nisha. Pujari.

  • SACRED HEARTIANS WIN THE FIRST PRIZE FOR THE BEST PLAY

    The students of Sacred Heart not only participated enthusiastically in the “Marathi,Bal Natya Spardha” on 9th September 2015 organised by the Shree Kala Sanskar, Bal Natya Sanstha, Dombivili but also won THE FIRST PRIZE for their enthralling performance. The following Sacred Heartians made us proud.
    Rugved Bhoir won the award as the best actor.
    Sacred Heartians Sai Kamble, Ujjwal Gholap & Advait Jaikar won certificates for good acting skills.
    The award for the best director was bagged by our Sir, Suresh Shelar.
    The best costume designer was awarded to our teacher, Varsha Mangaonkar.

  • SACRED HEARTIAN SPANDAN CHATURVEDI WINS (ITA) AWARDS

    Sacred heartian Spandan Chaturvedi aka (Chakor) made us all proud again by bagging the ITA (Indian Television Academy) Milestones Award “Desh Ki Beti” for her role in the television serial "Udaan". It certainly depicts her lovely connection with the viewers.

  • THE JUGAAD DHAMAAL PERFORMANCE

    A group of students gathered unused and waste materials to make musical instruments and they astonished the audience by their amazing performance. Following are the list of musical instruments that were used:
    1. The Drums made of tyres.
    2. The Drum Set made of waste plastic Fevicol cans.
    3. The Cymbal made of a bamboo stand, a steel fork and a scrap steel utensil lid.
    4. The Taasha made up of steel tumbler. 5. An Old iron bell and waste rod was used a gong.

  • THE LUMINOUS PAINTING

    A group of Sacred Heartians, worked on and displayed a marvellous glow painting. The painting showcased the beautiful night sky, a portrait of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam and another portrait of Dr. Radhakrishnan. This live painting captivated everyone.

  • AN HONOUR FOR THE SACRED HEARTIANS

    Some students of standard IX under the guidance of teachers taught the lesser privileged children of our non-teaching staff. They helped them and provided them with an opportunity to perform on our school stage. It was the honour for the Sacred Heartians and the performers as well.

  • A SPECIAL THANKS TO THE SPECIAL STUDENTS FOR THEIR PERFORMANCE

    Our students went to Goveli village and taught dance to the special students of Marthoma Special School. What is more heart touching is that these students performed with our students on the stage of Sacred Heart School, for which the school is thankful.

  • A TRIBUTE TO MOTHER TERESA

    The Teachers’ Day Celebration commenced by paying a tribute to a great teacher of humanity, the Blessed Mother Teresa. A detailed presentation on her life, philosophy and her heart touching deeds were projected. A picture of Mother Teresa was painted, her poem was recited and candles were lit, thus paying homage to her.

  • TEACHERS’ DAY CELEBRATION-DISPLAYING HUMILITY, COLOUR AND INCOMPARABLE TALENT

  • PRE- TEACHERS’ DAY CELEBRATION

    The teachers’ day celebration began one day prior to 5th September, wherein, a group of students from standard 6th lead by Ms TarleenKour Panjwani baked muffins and offered them as a sweet surprise to all the teachers.

  • CELEBRATION OF RAKSHA BANDHAN

    46 Students of standard 5th, Scout and Guide masters and some of our teachers celebrated the joyous festival of Raksha Bandhan at Anugraha Children’s Home, Haji Malang on 29th August 2015. Our students brought abundant joy and happiness on the faces of the lesser blessed children by spending the day with them. They carried rakhis, exchanged sweets and special gifts as a part of the celebration.

  • OLD IS DEFINITELY GOLD!

    Students of std. 9th and 10th visited Shanti Bhawan' - an 'Old Age Home' in Kalyan. The inmates were overjoyed and gave them a hearty welcome. Our students realised how difficult life is for the elders residing there. Students sang old classics for them. The happiness was clearly evident in their smiles.

  • SCOUT & GUIDE TREE PLANTATION PROGRAMME 13TH AUGUST 2015

    20 Scouts from our school actively participated in the tree plantation awareness programme, in and around areas of Maharal gaon. It was organized by Kalyan Scout & Guide Association & Thane District Association. The programme was held and carried out to encourage the plantation of trees and highlighting their importance in the society.

  • VISIT TO MUMBAI’S MEGA STRUCTURES

    As a part of the educational trip, the teachers and students of standard VIII visited the Mega structures of Mumbai on 12th July, 2015. The visit included a travel by mono rail & metro rail, a drive through the Worli Sea link, a visit to the Nehru Centre & finally the hanging garden

  • EDUCATIONAL TRIP AT VISHNUBAUG

    Teachers and Students of standard VII enjoyed themselves in nature’s lap at Vishnubaug on 12th July 2015,where they engaged themselves in planting saplings, observing variety of plants as well enjoying themselves at the banks of the river and also walking through an artificial forest.

  • CLOCK MAKING ACTIVITY 20TH JULY 2015

    The students of standard VI were involved in the clock making activity which helped them to understand the importance of time in their lives. The activity was conducted by the Marathi department of V to VII.

  • MATTRESS MAKING, RAKHI MAKING & DIYA MAKING ACTIVITY 16TH_ 20TH JULY 2015

    This activity was carried out by the Hindi department, the activity involved students of standard V, VI and VII who prepared rakhis, diyas & mattresses. The students aim to celebrate important Indian festivals such as Raksha Bandhan & Diwali with the under privileged and gift them the articles made by them.

  • VISIT TO THE ZILLA PARISHAD SCHOOL, KAMBA 20TH JULY 2015

    Our Hindi department teachers & the students of Std VII visited the Zilla Parishad School, Kamba to spread joy by sharing their hand-made books with the students. Our students interacted with the students from the school and also taught them how to bind books, so that they could also make use of unused paper in an effective way.

  • SACRED HEART SKATING CHAMPION.

    Dhruvi Haria from standard VIII participated in TTSK8-Open 2015 Malaysia Roller Speed Skating Championship, 1st August- 3rd August, 2015. She grabbed the silver medal for Relay Skating and Bronze Medal for1000 meter skating.

  • SHS’S CHESS CHAMPS 5TH OPEN CHESS TOURNAMENT

    ORGANIZED BY THE ROTARY CLUB OF DOMBIVILI UNDER AGEIS OF THANE DISTRICT CHESS ASSOCIATION The chess tournament saw the participation of three Sacred Heartians who brought laurels to the school. Miss Neelam Kukreja stood 2nd (under 15 girls), Master Mrunal Lalwani bagged the 2nd place (under 15 boys) & Master Yash Bhatia stood 2nd (under 12 boys) in the chess competition.

  • CELEBRATION OF INDEPENDENCE AT SHS 15TH AUGUST 2015

    Sacred Heart School celebrated Independence Day, with hoisting of the Flag, saluting the works done by our brave soldiers. Independence Day celebrations saw a variety of programmes such as a musical treat celebrating our independence, classical dance performed by our students, gymnastics done by our students, celebrating the Indian game Kabbadi and saluting Incredible India.

  • SKIT COMPETITION 20TH AUGUST 2015

    Sacred Heart School this year held a standard wise skit competition which saw the participation of the students from Std VII X. The skits performed by the students gave a social message to all present at the event. The students of Std X bagged the first prize by performing their skit Humari bhi Sunno and the students of Std VIII stood second by performing their skit A lesson for my teacher.

  • EACH ONE TEACH ONE—ENLIGHTENING THE UNDERPRIVILIGED – 11TH AUGUST 2015 TILL DATE

    The mathematics department of Sacred heart School has taken an initiative to teach the under privileged. The students of standard IX have enthusiastically been shadow teachers to these children from the nearby villages.

  • “COOK A LITTLE” SERVE UP LOVE 17TH – 25TH AUGUST 2015

    A week along programme of sharing meals with the lesser privileged was carried out by our school. The students, parents & teachers wholeheartedly participated by cooking a little extra and brought smiles on the faces of children of the Naya Jeevan Ashram at Asangaon. As a part of this programme the parents of the “Blooming Dale’s Club” too participated by sharing fruits & fruit Juices and visiting the Naya Jeevan Ashram along with their wards. The programme was brought to a closure by our very own teachers by cooking a meal for the children and visiting them.

  • AN ACT OF GRATITIUDE FOR THOSE WHO SERVE US DAILY---22ND AUGUST 2015

    A compassionate act of serving was planned by our Sacred Heartians for the non teaching staff of our school, who is always at our service. The programme was commenced with a traditional welcome by our students, an entertainment programme which concluded with a delicious meal prepared by our students

  • THE LYRID METEOR SHOWER

    One of the major Astronomical events of 2014, “THE LYRID METEOR SHOWER‟ awestruck the students who witnessed it. It was followed by transit of the Mikyway across the zenith. Actual picture of the Milkyway clicked and treated by students

Experiential Learning : TURNING FORCES.

A cumulative effect produced when one event sets off a chain of similar events. It will be incredibly useful in the future when we are ready to consider a system that loses Kinetic Energy.

Be Eco Friendly and go green

Sacred Heart School’s lush green campus, spread across 11 acres, with amazing 2700 plants and trees makes it a "NISARGA NIRVANA" campus, Turns out to be a most natural and green campus in Mumbai.

Sacred Heart School

India's Pioneering Eco School

Introduction

Sacred Heart School is the most inclusive school of the country where differently abled children (Dyslexic, Dysgraphic, Dyscalculic, Visually and Hearing Impaired, Cerebral Palsy) as well as students without disabilities participate and learn together in the same class.

‘Zero Garbage’ practicing school. Not a single bucket of garbage has been thrown outside the school compound in last 10 years. Garbage is segregated into Dry and Wet Waste. Wet waste is converted into Organic manure in house. Dry waste is sent for recycling.

Pioneer in providing World Class Coaching in sports with an established State-of-the Art 11000 Sq. ft in house National Sports Academy.

Our Motto

To enhance the ability of every Sacred Heartian to think and act wisely and to prepare them to face the toughest challenges of life with a smile.

To make the heart of every Sacred Heartian compassionate so that they learn to respond to the call of the needy, thus motivating the desire to compassionately extend a helping hand.

To keep moving onwards and to continually improve one's performance. To compete as well as keep challenging oneself by setting the goals higher and higher and strive tirelessly to achieve them.

Recent Events

  • A Get Together Of All The Teaching Staff From Sacred Heart School.

    Sacred Heart School rejoices a get together of its teaching staff on 13th April, 16. It was not only a delightful rendezvous but also a celebration of the healthy relationship that has always existed between the co-workers. Moreover, this happy event projected the importance that the school gives to every region of India by celebrating the oncoming of the festivals like Baisakhi, Vishu and Pahila Baishakh..The celebration was followed by a delicious appetizing feast in Kerala Sadya Style.

  • A BEVY OF GIRLS FROM SACRED HEART SCHOOL MEET JACQUELINE FERNANDEZ

    Sacred Heart School Kalyan donated an amount of Rupees 15 Lakhs to the habitat for Humanity India on 9th April, 16 at Chennai. The amount for this charity had been collected by the school's students. A bevy of 11 girls along with 2 teachers visited Chennai for this purpose. They met Jacqueline Fernandez, one of the celebrities supporting the Habitat for Humanity India. Not only this they were also a part of a campaign "Jacqueline Builds" wherein these students helped in manually building homes for the flood affected victims of the 'Padappai' area in Chennai. The endeavour of Sacred Heart School, Kalyan to help flood victims of Chennai and their efforts to build homes for the homeless were praised by Jacqueline Fernandez. It was a heart touching experience for the students for having been involved in this noble cause.

  • A Guinness World Record For Sacred Heartians

    Six Sacred Heartians have embellished more the name of their school by procuring the ‘Guinness Book Of World Records’ participation certificates. These students now hold a record for performing a group dance and being a part of the highest number of Roller Skate Dancers ever.

  • Sacred Heart School Felicitates Its Rajya Puruskar Awardees And Scout International Campers

    It has been proudly declared that Seven Scouts and Four Guides from Sacred Heart School will be honoured with the prestigious Rajya Puruskar Award by the Hon’ble Governor of the state. The school too, felicitates these students for their achievement.

  • SWARANJALI-A LIVE MUSIC CONCERT

    Swaranjali was a Benefit Musical Concert scheduled on 24th February at the Acharya Atre Natya Rangamandi,Kalyan. Singing sensations from sacred Heart School,who have mastered the art of music mesmerised the audience with a nonstop live music concert. The spectators indulged in soulful music which were being sung in various languages such as Hindi, Marathi, Sindhi, Gujarati,Malayalam,Japnese & English. Also a musical parody by the Sacred Heart School’s Theatre of Innovation added to the charm of the concert. The most spectaluar performance of the evening was the musical performance dedicated to the great musician Yanni Chryssomallis, wherein each musician displayed his/her own skill and love for music.

  • CHHATRAPATI SHIVAJI MAHARAJ JAYANTI CELEBRATIONS AT SACRED HEART SCHOOL

    The school celebrated the birth of the legendary warrior Shivaji Maharaj on 19th February. His administration and valour was commemorated by presenting through means of role play his efficient Ashtapradhan Mandal. Moreover, his glorious achievements were demonstrated through skits, powadas, glass paintings and charts made by students.

  • SACRED HEARTIANS ENJOY THE HOCKEY PREMIER LEAGUE

    60 students and 9 teachers got an opportunity to be a part of the HOCKEY PREMIER LEAGUE on 16th February, at Hockey Stadium, Churchgate. This was a thanksgiving gesture from ‘Habitat for Humanity’, as the school in collaboration with this organisation had undertaken numerous endeavours for the homeless.

  • SACRED HEART SCHOOL PARTICIPATES IN TOUR DE KALYAN-CYCLOTHON

    More than 200 students participated in a cyclothon organised by Rotary Club of Kalyan Thane Zilla Cycling Association and Kalyan Cyclists on 14th February. The Cyclothon commenced from Ganesh Ghat at 6.30am and the journey came to an end at Prem Auto,Kalyan. Our administrator Respected Albin Anthony Sir led the cyclothon along with the students and was supported by teachers and parents. Sacred Heart School secured five prizes at the cyclothon (Under 17) 1st Place - Tanishqua Cheyaden 2nd Place - Manushi Desai Consolation - Srishti Ausarkar Consolation - Ria Talreja Consolation - Dhruvi Chavhan

  • SACRED HEART SCHOOL ATTENDS THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE CONDUCTED BY “GREAT PLACE TO WORK”

    A team of teachers along with the Administrator and the Head Mistress had been to attend this conference on 9th February, 2016. The conference helped understand the importance of developing high performance organizations by creating a great workplace culture for their employees. The work culture at Sacred Heart School already promotes in bringing out the best in every employee. The conference certainly imbibed the team with ideas to build high trust among the co-workers..

  • 67th REPUBLIC DAY CELEBRATION

    The 67th Republic day was celebrated with great honour and pride. The celebration commenced with the school band escorting Hon’ Administrator Mr. Albin Anthony & Principal Madam Vinita Raj. The celebrations included the school choir playing and singing patriotic songs. The programme witnessed the sports dance wherein all the sports champions from different genres of sports performed their best. The best student from each standard was felicitated. Certain students were also felicitated with the Appreciation Award for their immense hard work and improvement. The celebrations concluded with messages given by the Administrator, Principal & Section Heads.

  • SINDHUTAI SAPKAL VISITS SACRED HEART SCHOOL ON GRANDPARENTS DAY CELEBRATION

    Sacred Heart School strongly believes that grandparents are the firm roots of any family and children blossom when they revere their family roots along with academic brilliance. With this in heart and compassion in mind our school celebrated Grandparents’ Day with much jubilation. The school feels humbled to have invited the grandparents, and to have felicitated and honoured them. Most importantly the presence of Sindhutai Sapkal as the chief guest of the programme sensitized the hearts of the spectators.

  • SACRED HEARTIANS BUILDING HOMES FOR HOMELESS

    200 students (standard VIII & IX) and 30 teachers along with the Habitat for Humanity, India volunteers visited Karjat (Dongarpada), a remote village to volunteer for 'Home for the Homeless'. All the student volunteers along with the teachers were involved in building houses, carrying bricks and cement, laying foundations, painting houses and community centres for the inhabitants of Dongarpada. Sacred Heart School, Kalyan made a record in the Asia-Pacific region of sending largest number of volunteers (230) from a single institution.

  • CHRISTMAS CELEBRATIONS AT SACRED HEART SCHOOL

    Christmas celebration at Sacred Heart School has always been momentous. This year the celebration commenced with a thanksgiving prayer by teachers who expressed gratitude to the Almighty for all the showers bestowed on every Sacred Heartian. The programme also exhibited colourful performances such as the Sufi Dance, the Christmas Ballet, the tap dance and a tableau on the birth of Lord Jesus. The highlight of the celebration was when the school in collaboration with Habitat for Humanity International donated Rs.15 lakhs towards building homes for homeless in Chennai and a sum of Rs. 3.5 lakhs towards building homes for homeless at Karjat. Video messages sent by numerous Indian telly stars and bollywood star Mr.R. Madhavan , bestowing blessings and love for this contribution, made the evening for all Sacred Heartians a glorious one.

  • TUESDAY DECEMBER 15, 2015- A HISTORIC DAY FOR SACRED HEART SCHOOL

    Sacred Heart School had been reverentially invited as Guest Editors for the Times of India- NIE edition. A team of Sacred Heartians got an opportunity to visit THE TIMES OF INDIA office, MUMBAI on 14th Dec, 2015 and tour around the TOI building. They were fortunate enough to read the significant TOI newspaper that was published on 15th August 1947. Most importantly, The Student Edition of The Times Of India published on Tuesday, December15, 2015 was exclusively edited by the Administrator, Principal and an editorial team of teachers and students from Sacred Heart School. A historic moment for us.

  • GEMINID METEOR SHOWER- THE ASTRONOMY CAMP SET IN JUNNAR ON 12th DEC, 2015.

    Our astronomy camp set in Junnar to observe the beauty of Geminid Meteor Shower awestruck every onlooker who was a part of it. A group of 110 students accompanied with team of teachers visited Junnar for this camp. The camp witnessed the presence of distinguished personalities which included Mr Prabhu Velar, an astronomer and constellation specialist, IITians associated with IIT Madras, Environmentalist Ms.Noorafsha Abdullah, Agriculturist Mr. Dilip Lahote and Astrophotographer, Architect Mr. Bhavin Nagda. The itinerary of the camp included a walk through the pomegranate field, the pre-Geminid showers, releasing of 150 sky-lanterns and a talk on constellations and positions of stars by Mr Prabhu Velar.

  • SACRED HEART SCHOOL TRANSPORTS LOVE, AFFECTION AND CARE TO CHENNAI

    Sacred Heart School transports its love and affection to the flood hit victims of Chennai. Our School trucks named “NIRMAL HRIDAY EXPRESS 1 & 2”, loaded with 2015 tonnes of relief materials and other essential commodities journeyed their way to Chennai on 8th Dec,2015 and reached IIT MADRAS on 10thDec,15. These relief materials were then distributed among the needy by the Dean of IIT MADRAS and other volunteers. It is a blessing that every Sacred Heartian could contribute toward the wellbeing of our fellow friends.

  • ANOTHER ACHIEVEMENT IN THE FIELD OF DRAMATICS

    Sacred Heartians made us proud again at the Ravikiran Baal Natya Spardha, Parel by winning the award for Best Play: Race 2 Best Direction: Mr. Suresh Shelar Sir Best Set: Ms. Gayatri Khandge Best Acting (Consolation): Master Rugved Bhoir and Ms. Sai Kambale

  • SACRED HEARTIAN MS. NISHA PUJARI CLIMBS UP THE LADDER TOWARDS GLORY

    Ms. Nisha Pujari was awarded the Shivchhatrapati Trophy at the Balewadi Sports Complex, Pune. She received the award on 3rd December, 2015 in the presence of Honourable Chief Minister and other dignitaries.

  • SACRED HEARTIAN MS. NISHA PUJARI CLIMBS UP THE LADDER TOWARDS GLORY

    Ms. Nisha Pujari was awarded the Shivchhatrapati Trophy at the Balewadi Sports Complex, Pune. She received the award on 3rd December, 2015 in the presence of Honourable Chief Minister and other dignitaries.

  • CHILDREN’S DAY CELEBRATIONS AT SACRED HEART SCHOOL

    After a short Diwali vacation students were greeted with a grand surprise by their teachers, non teaching staff and our dearest Administrator himself. As a part of the Children’s Day celebration the school was transformed into no lesser than a fun fair. Various games were organized for the children. They were let to wander freely in the school campus to their hearts delight. This added to their merriment and our blessings.

  • ADVENTURE CAMP AT PANCHAMARI

    An adventure camp was organized by the Bharat Scout and Guide National Training Centre. The camp was conducted from 23rd November to 30th November at Panchamari, Madhya Pradesh. A total of 23 boy scouts and 2 scout masters from our school attended the camp.

  • INTERNATIONAL CHESS CHAMPS

    Sacred Heart School cherishes another hearty moment as two of our students have made us proud by winning the International Rapid Chess Tournament, Thailand. Miss Neelam Kukreja secured the first position (Under 14 girls) and Master Mrunal Lalwani won the second place (Under 14- open).

  • THE VOICE OF SACRED HEART MAKES US PROUD AGAIN

    Our dearest ex-student, Master Snehal Yashwantrao , also known for his voice as the Pride of Sacred Heart performed with his band for the organisation - CRY and released a song on YouTube this Children’s Day.

  • DIWALI CELEBRATIONS AT ANUGRAHA OLD-AGE HOME

    This Diwali was celebrated in a very unusual way. A group of Sacred Heartians visited the residents of Anugraha Old-Age Home (Haji Malang Road).The celebrations included cleaning of the campus, drawing and decoration of Rangoli design with flower petals, lighting the diyas to illuminate the campus and bursting low-intensity fire crackers along with the elders. On this occasion students distributed handmade ‘Aasans’ to be used for the purpose of prayer, meditation etc. This not only brought smiles on their faces but also earned for us more blessings.

  • ANNUAL PICNIC TO HYDERABAD

    Sacred Heart School organized its annual picnic to Hyderabad, which was scheduled from October 5th October, 2015 to 10th October, 2015. The students visited famous places like the vibrant Ramoji Film City, the historic Charminar, Lake Hussain Sagar, the majestic Golconda Fort, Salarjung Museum, Sudha Car Museum, Mecca Masjid, Science Centre, Chowmahalla Palace.

  • TIMES -NIE ORGANIZES A TEACHERS’ MEET

    NIE (News Paper In Education) organized an Interschool Teachers’ meet at Kidzania, Mumbai on 5th October 2015. The meeting saw a gathering of 250 teachers from all over Mumbai. Eleven teachers from Sacred Heart School attended this programme. The programme gave an opportunity to all the teachers to explore different job profiles.

  • CLEANLINESS DRIVE AT SACRED HEART SCHOOL

    Sacred Heart School celebrated Swachata Abhiyan Diwas on 2nd October 2015. Students and teachers participated in the cleanliness drive wholeheartedly by cleaning the school campus. The School believes that “Cleanliness is next to Godliness’’.

  • ECO-VISARJAN CAMPAIGN BY SACRED HEARTIANS

    An Eco-Visarjan campaign was carried out by the School during the Ganesh Chaturthi festival celebrations; where 150 student volunteers were shown videos and demonstrations on Eco-Visarjan. The volunteers distributed circulars in their housing societies to promote the concept of Eco-Visarjan.

  • TEACHERS ATTEND THE WORKSHOP “A World in Motion”

    Four teachers from Sacred Heart School attended a workshop on 26th September 2015, organized by Mahindra Co. Ltd named “A World in Motion”. The workshop helped the teachers to build the concept of speed and distance amongst students by using the Jet Toy.

  • TEACHERS’ VISIT TO MOUNT MARY, BANDRA

    The teachers of Sacred Heart School, visited the Basilica of Our Lady of the Mount, Bandra on 16th September,2 015. The teachers and the management offered their prayers and thanksgiving to the Almighty. The visit also included the donation of saree’s at the Don Bosco, Church Matunga.

  • SACRED SCHOOL AMONGST MUMBAI’S TOP TEN SCHOOLS

    Sacred Heart School has been placed amongst the Top Ten Schools, in the northern zone (Mumbai), by the Hindustan Times C-fore survey. This award is a result of the hard work, love and support of every Sacred Heartian. Sacred Heart School expresses its heartfelt gratitude to all the teachers, students & parents for their continuous support, love & co-operation.

  • CELEBRATION OF HINDI DIWAS

    Sacred Heart School celebrates Hindi-Diwas by organizing an inter school competition on 14th September, 2015. The competitions held were Kavya-Vachan, Nibandh Lekhan, Tatkalik Bhashan & Ekanki Pratiyogita.Six schools participated in the competitions.

  • TATA CLASS EDGE TEACHERS’ WORKSHOP

    Five teachers of Sacred Heart School participated in the workshop organized by the Tata Class Edge, on 12th September, 2015. The workshop was conducted by Ms. Joy Townsend, of Destiny Education. The theme of the workshop was “Active learning with larger classes”. The workshop enhanced the teaching skills of the teachers.

  • SACRED HEART SCHOOL WINS JUGAAD

    Students of our school participated in Jugaad- Best out of waste, an inter school competition held at Birla School, Kalyan on 11th September 2015. Zen Firn was the product prepared by our students which was made out of waste Coreboard Tubes & Packaging Chipboards. A product which displayed an out of the box thinking of our Sacred Heartians. Once more Sacred Heartians made us proud by bagging the first place in the Jugaad competition.

  • SACRED HEART SCHOOL WINS THE INTER SCHOOL GROUP DANCE MEDLEY COMPETITION

    Sacred Heart school participated in the Inter school group dance medley competition held at Birla School, Kalyan, on 11th September 2015. Our students performed a fusion of Traditional Bharatnatyam dance, the western hip hop & the Indian folk dance. Our students made us proud by bagging the first prize in the dance competition.

  • SACRED HEART SCHOOL WINS THE INTER SCHOOL SINGING COMPETITION

    Our school participated in the inter school creativity carnival organised by Birla School, Kalyan, on 11th September, 2015. students participated in the inter school group singing competition. The performance of our school choir stunned the audiences as well as the judges. Our school swept away the first prize in the competition.

  • Sacred Heartians in the Courtyard of Mekkah Masjid

  • Senior Voice of Sacred Heart - Gayatri. K

  • 5th Rank in Times School Survey 2015

  • 3rd Place in sports dance competition

    Sports Dance Competition, Organised by Sports Dance Federation of India along with Buldhana sports dance association, Buldhana.

  • SHIV CHHATRAPATI SPORTS AWARDEE - NISHA PUJARI

    Mr. Albin Anthony, Administrator of Sacred Heart School seen felicitating Ms. Nisha. Pujari.

  • SACRED HEARTIANS WIN THE FIRST PRIZE FOR THE BEST PLAY

    The students of Sacred Heart not only participated enthusiastically in the “Marathi,Bal Natya Spardha” on 9th September 2015 organised by the Shree Kala Sanskar, Bal Natya Sanstha, Dombivili but also won THE FIRST PRIZE for their enthralling performance. The following Sacred Heartians made us proud.
    Rugved Bhoir won the award as the best actor.
    Sacred Heartians Sai Kamble, Ujjwal Gholap & Advait Jaikar won certificates for good acting skills.
    The award for the best director was bagged by our Sir, Suresh Shelar.
    The best costume designer was awarded to our teacher, Varsha Mangaonkar.

  • SACRED HEARTIAN SPANDAN CHATURVEDI WINS (ITA) AWARDS

    Sacred heartian Spandan Chaturvedi aka (Chakor) made us all proud again by bagging the ITA (Indian Television Academy) Milestones Award “Desh Ki Beti” for her role in the television serial "Udaan". It certainly depicts her lovely connection with the viewers.

  • THE JUGAAD DHAMAAL PERFORMANCE

    A group of students gathered unused and waste materials to make musical instruments and they astonished the audience by their amazing performance. Following are the list of musical instruments that were used:
    1. The Drums made of tyres.
    2. The Drum Set made of waste plastic Fevicol cans.
    3. The Cymbal made of a bamboo stand, a steel fork and a scrap steel utensil lid.
    4. The Taasha made up of steel tumbler. 5. An Old iron bell and waste rod was used a gong.

  • THE LUMINOUS PAINTING

    A group of Sacred Heartians, worked on and displayed a marvellous glow painting. The painting showcased the beautiful night sky, a portrait of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam and another portrait of Dr. Radhakrishnan. This live painting captivated everyone.

  • AN HONOUR FOR THE SACRED HEARTIANS

    Some students of standard IX under the guidance of teachers taught the lesser privileged children of our non-teaching staff. They helped them and provided them with an opportunity to perform on our school stage. It was the honour for the Sacred Heartians and the performers as well.

  • A SPECIAL THANKS TO THE SPECIAL STUDENTS FOR THEIR PERFORMANCE

    Our students went to Goveli village and taught dance to the special students of Marthoma Special School. What is more heart touching is that these students performed with our students on the stage of Sacred Heart School, for which the school is thankful.

  • A TRIBUTE TO MOTHER TERESA

    The Teachers’ Day Celebration commenced by paying a tribute to a great teacher of humanity, the Blessed Mother Teresa. A detailed presentation on her life, philosophy and her heart touching deeds were projected. A picture of Mother Teresa was painted, her poem was recited and candles were lit, thus paying homage to her.

  • TEACHERS’ DAY CELEBRATION-DISPLAYING HUMILITY, COLOUR AND INCOMPARABLE TALENT

  • PRE- TEACHERS’ DAY CELEBRATION

    The teachers’ day celebration began one day prior to 5th September, wherein, a group of students from standard 6th lead by Ms TarleenKour Panjwani baked muffins and offered them as a sweet surprise to all the teachers.

  • CELEBRATION OF RAKSHA BANDHAN

    46 Students of standard 5th, Scout and Guide masters and some of our teachers celebrated the joyous festival of Raksha Bandhan at Anugraha Children’s Home, Haji Malang on 29th August 2015. Our students brought abundant joy and happiness on the faces of the lesser blessed children by spending the day with them. They carried rakhis, exchanged sweets and special gifts as a part of the celebration.

  • OLD IS DEFINITELY GOLD!

    Students of std. 9th and 10th visited Shanti Bhawan' - an 'Old Age Home' in Kalyan. The inmates were overjoyed and gave them a hearty welcome. Our students realised how difficult life is for the elders residing there. Students sang old classics for them. The happiness was clearly evident in their smiles.

  • SCOUT & GUIDE TREE PLANTATION PROGRAMME 13TH AUGUST 2015

    20 Scouts from our school actively participated in the tree plantation awareness programme, in and around areas of Maharal gaon. It was organized by Kalyan Scout & Guide Association & Thane District Association. The programme was held and carried out to encourage the plantation of trees and highlighting their importance in the society.

  • VISIT TO MUMBAI’S MEGA STRUCTURES

    As a part of the educational trip, the teachers and students of standard VIII visited the Mega structures of Mumbai on 12th July, 2015. The visit included a travel by mono rail & metro rail, a drive through the Worli Sea link, a visit to the Nehru Centre & finally the hanging garden

  • EDUCATIONAL TRIP AT VISHNUBAUG

    Teachers and Students of standard VII enjoyed themselves in nature’s lap at Vishnubaug on 12th July 2015,where they engaged themselves in planting saplings, observing variety of plants as well enjoying themselves at the banks of the river and also walking through an artificial forest.

  • CLOCK MAKING ACTIVITY 20TH JULY 2015

    The students of standard VI were involved in the clock making activity which helped them to understand the importance of time in their lives. The activity was conducted by the Marathi department of V to VII.

  • MATTRESS MAKING, RAKHI MAKING & DIYA MAKING ACTIVITY 16TH_ 20TH JULY 2015

    This activity was carried out by the Hindi department, the activity involved students of standard V, VI and VII who prepared rakhis, diyas & mattresses. The students aim to celebrate important Indian festivals such as Raksha Bandhan & Diwali with the under privileged and gift them the articles made by them.

  • VISIT TO THE ZILLA PARISHAD SCHOOL, KAMBA 20TH JULY 2015

    Our Hindi department teachers & the students of Std VII visited the Zilla Parishad School, Kamba to spread joy by sharing their hand-made books with the students. Our students interacted with the students from the school and also taught them how to bind books, so that they could also make use of unused paper in an effective way.

  • SACRED HEART SKATING CHAMPION.

    Dhruvi Haria from standard VIII participated in TTSK8-Open 2015 Malaysia Roller Speed Skating Championship, 1st August- 3rd August, 2015. She grabbed the silver medal for Relay Skating and Bronze Medal for1000 meter skating.

  • SHS’S CHESS CHAMPS 5TH OPEN CHESS TOURNAMENT

    ORGANIZED BY THE ROTARY CLUB OF DOMBIVILI UNDER AGEIS OF THANE DISTRICT CHESS ASSOCIATION The chess tournament saw the participation of three Sacred Heartians who brought laurels to the school. Miss Neelam Kukreja stood 2nd (under 15 girls), Master Mrunal Lalwani bagged the 2nd place (under 15 boys) & Master Yash Bhatia stood 2nd (under 12 boys) in the chess competition.

  • CELEBRATION OF INDEPENDENCE AT SHS 15TH AUGUST 2015

    Sacred Heart School celebrated Independence Day, with hoisting of the Flag, saluting the works done by our brave soldiers. Independence Day celebrations saw a variety of programmes such as a musical treat celebrating our independence, classical dance performed by our students, gymnastics done by our students, celebrating the Indian game Kabbadi and saluting Incredible India.

  • SKIT COMPETITION 20TH AUGUST 2015

    Sacred Heart School this year held a standard wise skit competition which saw the participation of the students from Std VII X. The skits performed by the students gave a social message to all present at the event. The students of Std X bagged the first prize by performing their skit Humari bhi Sunno and the students of Std VIII stood second by performing their skit A lesson for my teacher.

  • EACH ONE TEACH ONE—ENLIGHTENING THE UNDERPRIVILIGED – 11TH AUGUST 2015 TILL DATE

    The mathematics department of Sacred heart School has taken an initiative to teach the under privileged. The students of standard IX have enthusiastically been shadow teachers to these children from the nearby villages.

  • “COOK A LITTLE” SERVE UP LOVE 17TH – 25TH AUGUST 2015

    A week along programme of sharing meals with the lesser privileged was carried out by our school. The students, parents & teachers wholeheartedly participated by cooking a little extra and brought smiles on the faces of children of the Naya Jeevan Ashram at Asangaon. As a part of this programme the parents of the “Blooming Dale’s Club” too participated by sharing fruits & fruit Juices and visiting the Naya Jeevan Ashram along with their wards. The programme was brought to a closure by our very own teachers by cooking a meal for the children and visiting them.

  • AN ACT OF GRATITIUDE FOR THOSE WHO SERVE US DAILY---22ND AUGUST 2015

    A compassionate act of serving was planned by our Sacred Heartians for the non teaching staff of our school, who is always at our service. The programme was commenced with a traditional welcome by our students, an entertainment programme which concluded with a delicious meal prepared by our students

  • THE LYRID METEOR SHOWER

    One of the major Astronomical events of 2014, “THE LYRID METEOR SHOWER‟ awestruck the students who witnessed it. It was followed by transit of the Mikyway across the zenith. Actual picture of the Milkyway clicked and treated by students

Experiential Learning : TURNING FORCES

A cumulative effect produced when one event sets off a chain of similar events. It will be incredibly useful in the future when we are ready to consider a system that loses Kinetic Energy.

Be Eco Friendly and
go green

Sacred Heart School’s lush green campus, spread across 11 acres, with amazing 2700 plants and trees makes it a "NISARGA NIRVANA" campus, Turns out to be a most natural and green campus in Mumbai.