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

  • Inspiring to reach great heights

    Sacred Heartians Training for Expertise in Child Consultation and Knowledge Facilitation under Paul O Shea Educationist United Kingdom.

  • Rapelling Adventure Activity at Dhangarwadi , Badlapur.

    100 students along with 25 teachers were a part of the amazing adventure activity at Badlapur. It enhanced the students’ spirit of adventure and added to their happiness.

  • “Celebrating Indian Culture, Celebrating Raksha Bandhan”

    Sacred Heartians from standard 5th to 10th along with some teachers visited Anugrah Children’s Home (an orphanage) and celebrated Raksha Bandhan with their fellow brothers and sisters. The rakhis tied were designed by the students of standard 5th. Celebrating this festival certainly proved to be a memorable experience for everyone who was a part of it.

  • Independence Day Celebration

    This year the Independence Day celebration at Sacred Heart School marked an unusual portraying of talents when students of Kindergarten were trained to free themselves of stage fear and come infront of the audience to partially host the show. They captivated the audience through their patriotic skit , impressive dance performance and songs. The primary section displayed zealous patriotic performances which left everyone awestruck. Whereas, the secondary section showcased the vibrant culture of India through their dance performance. Moreover, the students’ gymanystic team exhibited breathtaking gymnastic skills thereby, supporting India in the Olympic Games 2016.

  • SELF ENHANCEMENT AND REJUVENATION PROGRAMME FOR TEACHERS

    A group of 24 teachers were a part of two days ‘Self Enhancement and Rejuvenation Programme’ conducted by counsellor Gauri Johann. It helped the teachers to understand their strengths and weaknesses and also suggested effective ways to deal with their different kinds of emotions.

  • Sacred Heart School welcomes B. Ed. interns from S. D. T. Kalani College of Education

    Sacred Heart School has welcomed and enrolled B. Ed. interns from S. D. T. Kalani College of Education who will be completing their internship in the school. Each enrolled intern will be guided and trained by a personal Mentor (our experienced senior teachers). The interns will be a part of day to day activities of the school. This includes planning lessons, classroom-teaching, organizing programmes etc. They will get an opportunity to see and experience the functioning of various committees, attend meetings and enhance their ‘Teacher-Quotient’. Wishing the team a very good luck!

  • IIT- MADRAS APPRECIATES SACRED HEART SCHOOL

    Sacred Heart School was honoured and appreciated by IIT-Madras. IIT-Madras expressed their gratitude to the Management, Staff, Parents and Students for their compassionate act of sending The NIrmal Hriday express to Chennai, to support the people of Chennai recovering from the devastating floods.

  • SACRED HEART SCHOOL’S AFFORESTATION DRIVE

    43 Students and 5 teachers carried out an afforestation drive at Karvele village. Sacred heartians whole heartedly participated in this drive by planting 200 saplings and spread the message of “Being green is staying clean”. This afforestation drive exhibited that tree plantation is a lifestyle not a onetime campaign.

  • SSC RESULTS 2015-2016

    A joyous and overwhelming day for Sacred Heart School, as the SSC results were declared on 6th June, 2016. Sacred Heartians is proud to announce their results, which were as follows: Mst. Siddhant Shenoy 100% – The Maharashtra State Topper Ms. Rajwani Sakshi 99.8% - 2nd Rank in State Ms. Punjabi Hrishita 98.2% 5th Rank in State Ms. Rai Reeti 98% 6th Rank in State

  • LEARNING MATHS WITH FUN

    22 Maths teachers from Sacred Heart School, attended two days workshop named ”FACULTY CLINIC” on 9th & 10th June 2016. The workshop was organized by Divesh Bathija, founder director of Dinasim Learning. The workshop enlightened maths teachers, providing them interesting techniques of making maths a fun centred subject for students.

  • SACRED HEARTIANS AT GEVRAI-BASHI

    A group of students and teachers have made their way to Gevrai-Bashi, a remote village on the way to Paithan in Aurangabad. They have volunteered in the construction of a deep pit in the village, as the village faces acute water shortage during the summer season. The school has offered a sum of Rupees two lakhs for the same.

  • SACRED HEART SCHOOL WELCOMES STUDENTS WITH THE THEME “INNOVATE TO LEAD”

    Sacred Heart School welcomed their tiny tots with the school's theme for the year “INNOVATE TO LEAD” which is inspired by the life and achievements of the inventor of Solar Impulse 2, Dr. Bertrand Piccard.

  • SACRED HEARTIANS ATTEND THE DALE CARNEGIE WORKSHOP

    Sacred Heart School teachers, were a part of the Dale Carnegie workshop “How to maintain the Millennial” on 24th June 2016, at Four Seasons, Worli.

  • SACRED HEARTIANS LEARN THE ART OF AGRICULTURE

    Students of Sacred Heart School learned the art of agriculture within the school campus. The students as a part of the agriculture activity were made acquainted with different agricultural techniques, where they themselves learnt to prepare the rice field. This activity saw student’s complete involvement and their enthusiasm to learn more.

  • SACRED HEART SCHOOL WELCOMES 30 NEW STUDENTS

    Sacred Heart School, welcomed 30 new students at School in a day, as a part of its Tree Adoption Ceremony. On the school’s feast day celebrations, 30 classes welcomed a new member in their class. Each class has adopted a plant, and it will be a part of every class. The students along with the Science and Agriculture Department teachers will take utmost care of their new friend. It will be then formally planted in the school's campus in the month of January. Each class received a TREE ADOPTION CERTIFICATE from the hands of school’s Chief Operating Officer Mr. Albin Anthony.

  • SPOKEN ENGLISH FEST AT SACRED HEART SCHOOL

    Sacred Heart School commenced its Spoken English Fest for Std 1st -10th. Phonic songs, story weaving, verb game, tongue twisters, songs, documentaries were a part of the fest. The Spoken English Fest was an instrument which helped student refine their language skills.

  • CHAPPATI MAKING COMPETITION

    The Chappati Making Competition is a practice which emphasizes the need for students to develop a passion for cooking. The competition took place recently on 5th July 2016. Sacred Heartians from Std VII & VIII participated in the Chappati Making Competition. They took great delight in rolling and roasting chappatis to attain great heights in cooking skills.

  • SACRED HEART SCHOOL- INVESTITURE CEREMONY 2016-17

    The new Council of students was appointed on 8th July 2016. The Students’ Council consisted of 14 members who took an oath to serve and fulfil the motto of their respective houses. The event also witnessed the presence of the parents of the newly elected students’ council who delighted the audience with their humble words.

  • BOLLYWOOD STAR JOHN ABRAHAM VISITS SACRED HEART SCHOOL

    Bollywood actor John Abraham who strongly endorses “Habitat For Humanity, India” , visited Sacred Heart School on 17th July,2016 to acknowledge and appreciate the school’s efforts in collecting and donating a huge amount to ‘Habitat For Humanity’ to help build homes for the homeless. He also appreciated every child of the school for their worthy contribution in every way that they provided. Moreover, another Cheque of 10 lakh rupees was handed over by Mr. Albin Anthony, the Chief Operating Officer of the school to the Habitat Team. And John Abraham’s presence certainly heightened everyone’s spirit.

  • KARGIL VIJAY DIWAS CELEBRATION , 2016

    Sacred Heart School celebrates Kargil Vijay Diwas every year to pay a tribute to the great soldiers and martyrs of India who fought the Kargil War. As a part of the programme an intraschool musical act competition was held among the four houses of the school; Einstein House, Aryabhatta House, Raman House and Newton House. Newton House won the first prize and Raman House stood in the second place. The best part of the programme was the presence of the guests from the Indian Military. They inevitably imbibed the spirit of patriotism in everyone present at the programme.

  • 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.

  • 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..

  • 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.

  • 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.

Experiential Learning : Agriculture, Rice Cultivation in fields.

Learning is a process whereby knowledge is created through the transformation of experience, and as per stimulus response theory active learning and repetition of frequency plays a vital role in skill development and thinking abilities as compared to a passive learning within a classsroom

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

  • Inspiring to reach great heights

    Sacred Heartians Training for Expertise in Child Consultation and Knowledge Facilitation under Paul O Shea Educationist United Kingdom.

  • Rapelling Adventure Activity at Dhangarwadi , Badlapur.

    100 students along with 25 teachers were a part of the amazing adventure activity at Badlapur. It enhanced the students’ spirit of adventure and added to their happiness.

  • “Celebrating Indian Culture, Celebrating Raksha Bandhan”

    Sacred Heartians from standard 5th to 10th along with some teachers visited Anugrah Children’s Home (an orphanage) and celebrated Raksha Bandhan with their fellow brothers and sisters. The rakhis tied were designed by the students of standard 5th. Celebrating this festival certainly proved to be a memorable experience for everyone who was a part of it.

  • Independence Day Celebration

    This year the Independence Day celebration at Sacred Heart School marked an unusual portraying of talents when students of Kindergarten were trained to free themselves of stage fear and come infront of the audience to partially host the show. They captivated the audience through their patriotic skit , impressive dance performance and songs. The primary section displayed zealous patriotic performances which left everyone awestruck. Whereas, the secondary section showcased the vibrant culture of India through their dance performance. Moreover, the students’ gymanystic team exhibited breathtaking gymnastic skills thereby, supporting India in the Olympic Games 2016.

  • SELF ENHANCEMENT AND REJUVENATION PROGRAMME FOR TEACHERS

    A group of 24 teachers were a part of two days ‘Self Enhancement and Rejuvenation Programme’ conducted by counsellor Gauri Johann. It helped the teachers to understand their strengths and weaknesses and also suggested effective ways to deal with their different kinds of emotions.

  • Sacred Heart School welcomes B. Ed. interns from S. D. T. Kalani College of Education

    Sacred Heart School has welcomed and enrolled B. Ed. interns from S. D. T. Kalani College of Education who will be completing their internship in the school. Each enrolled intern will be guided and trained by a personal Mentor (our experienced senior teachers). The interns will be a part of day to day activities of the school. This includes planning lessons, classroom-teaching, organizing programmes etc. They will get an opportunity to see and experience the functioning of various committees, attend meetings and enhance their ‘Teacher-Quotient’. Wishing the team a very good luck!

  • IIT- MADRAS APPRECIATES SACRED HEART SCHOOL

    Sacred Heart School was honoured and appreciated by IIT-Madras. IIT-Madras expressed their gratitude to the Management, Staff, Parents and Students for their compassionate act of sending The NIrmal Hriday express to Chennai, to support the people of Chennai recovering from the devastating floods.

  • SACRED HEART SCHOOL’S AFFORESTATION DRIVE

    43 Students and 5 teachers carried out an afforestation drive at Karvele village. Sacred heartians whole heartedly participated in this drive by planting 200 saplings and spread the message of “Being green is staying clean”. This afforestation drive exhibited that tree plantation is a lifestyle not a onetime campaign.

  • SSC RESULTS 2015-2016

    A joyous and overwhelming day for Sacred Heart School, as the SSC results were declared on 6th June, 2016. Sacred Heartians is proud to announce their results, which were as follows: Mst. Siddhant Shenoy 100% – The Maharashtra State Topper Ms. Rajwani Sakshi 99.8% - 2nd Rank in State Ms. Punjabi Hrishita 98.2% 5th Rank in State Ms. Rai Reeti 98% 6th Rank in State

  • LEARNING MATHS WITH FUN

    22 Maths teachers from Sacred Heart School, attended two days workshop named ”FACULTY CLINIC” on 9th & 10th June 2016. The workshop was organized by Divesh Bathija, founder director of Dinasim Learning. The workshop enlightened maths teachers, providing them interesting techniques of making maths a fun centred subject for students.

  • SACRED HEARTIANS AT GEVRAI-BASHI

    A group of students and teachers have made their way to Gevrai-Bashi, a remote village on the way to Paithan in Aurangabad. They have volunteered in the construction of a deep pit in the village, as the village faces acute water shortage during the summer season. The school has offered a sum of Rupees two lakhs for the same.

  • SACRED HEART SCHOOL WELCOMES STUDENTS WITH THE THEME “INNOVATE TO LEAD”

    Sacred Heart School welcomed their tiny tots with the school's theme for the year “INNOVATE TO LEAD” which is inspired by the life and achievements of the inventor of Solar Impulse 2, Dr. Bertrand Piccard.

  • SACRED HEARTIANS ATTEND THE DALE CARNEGIE WORKSHOP

    Sacred Heart School teachers, were a part of the Dale Carnegie workshop “How to maintain the Millennial” on 24th June 2016, at Four Seasons, Worli.

  • SACRED HEARTIANS LEARN THE ART OF AGRICULTURE

    Students of Sacred Heart School learned the art of agriculture within the school campus. The students as a part of the agriculture activity were made acquainted with different agricultural techniques, where they themselves learnt to prepare the rice field. This activity saw student’s complete involvement and their enthusiasm to learn more.

  • SACRED HEART SCHOOL WELCOMES 30 NEW STUDENTS

    Sacred Heart School, welcomed 30 new students at School in a day, as a part of its Tree Adoption Ceremony. On the school’s feast day celebrations, 30 classes welcomed a new member in their class. Each class has adopted a plant, and it will be a part of every class. The students along with the Science and Agriculture Department teachers will take utmost care of their new friend. It will be then formally planted in the school's campus in the month of January. Each class received a TREE ADOPTION CERTIFICATE from the hands of school’s Chief Operating Officer Mr. Albin Anthony.

  • SPOKEN ENGLISH FEST AT SACRED HEART SCHOOL

    Sacred Heart School commenced its Spoken English Fest for Std 1st -10th. Phonic songs, story weaving, verb game, tongue twisters, songs, documentaries were a part of the fest. The Spoken English Fest was an instrument which helped student refine their language skills.

  • CHAPPATI MAKING COMPETITION

    The Chappati Making Competition is a practice which emphasizes the need for students to develop a passion for cooking. The competition took place recently on 5th July 2016. Sacred Heartians from Std VII & VIII participated in the Chappati Making Competition. They took great delight in rolling and roasting chappatis to attain great heights in cooking skills.

  • SACRED HEART SCHOOL- INVESTITURE CEREMONY 2016-17

    The new Council of students was appointed on 8th July 2016. The Students’ Council consisted of 14 members who took an oath to serve and fulfil the motto of their respective houses. The event also witnessed the presence of the parents of the newly elected students’ council who delighted the audience with their humble words.

  • BOLLYWOOD STAR JOHN ABRAHAM VISITS SACRED HEART SCHOOL

    Bollywood actor John Abraham who strongly endorses “Habitat For Humanity, India” , visited Sacred Heart School on 17th July,2016 to acknowledge and appreciate the school’s efforts in collecting and donating a huge amount to ‘Habitat For Humanity’ to help build homes for the homeless. He also appreciated every child of the school for their worthy contribution in every way that they provided. Moreover, another Cheque of 10 lakh rupees was handed over by Mr. Albin Anthony, the Chief Operating Officer of the school to the Habitat Team. And John Abraham’s presence certainly heightened everyone’s spirit.

  • KARGIL VIJAY DIWAS CELEBRATION , 2016

    Sacred Heart School celebrates Kargil Vijay Diwas every year to pay a tribute to the great soldiers and martyrs of India who fought the Kargil War. As a part of the programme an intraschool musical act competition was held among the four houses of the school; Einstein House, Aryabhatta House, Raman House and Newton House. Newton House won the first prize and Raman House stood in the second place. The best part of the programme was the presence of the guests from the Indian Military. They inevitably imbibed the spirit of patriotism in everyone present at the programme.

  • 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.

  • 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..

  • 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.

  • 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.

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.