Dear Sacred Heart College Marist Observatory Alumni,

We would like you to invite you all to celebrate Thanksgiving Mass with us in honour of Father David Dryden as he approaches retirement.

Date: 30 October 2020
Time: 15h00

To RSVP, please email jenh@sacredheart.co.za.

We are looking forward to seeing you there.
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Timeline PhotosAs we celebrate #YouthDay on this cold and damp day, it is incredibly important that we salute our Youth, for standing and fighting up for what is right and just, for being pioneers and leaders of movements.

The Sacred Heart Matric Class of 2020 along with the teachers and Grade 8 students who were at school wore black to stand in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement.

We stand against the discrimination that takes place as a result of racial injustice. Along with this public stance that we are making, the Matric group has also ensured that awareness surrounding racial discrimination is made readily available throughout the school.

Through initiatives such facilitating discussions with junior Grades and teachers, as well as reassessing the Code of Conduct's stance on racism, they are determined to put measures in place to ensure that racism is dealt with effectively.

#NoJusticeNoPeace
#BlackLivesMatter
#CollinsKhoza
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Sacred Heart Koch Street 1889 – 1925

The Marist Brothers arrived in Johannesburg in 1889 to start a school. After having bought a property in Koch Street and building three classrooms and a house for the Brothers.

Marist Brothers College Observatory 1926 – 1955

By 1924 the foundation stone of the second Marist College, in Observatory was laid and opened its doors in 1926 for the entire senior section of the old Koch Street School.

Marist Brothers College Observatory 1956 – 1979

The Maristonian of 1956 reflected the new Marist Observatory Badge and was published by the students. (The first Maristonian was published by the Old Boys Association in 1926).

Sacred Heart College 1980 – 1993

In 1980 Marist Brothers College Observatory became co-educational with the amalgamation of the St Angela’s Ursuline Convent and the Holy Family Convent.

Sacred Heart College 1994 - Present

Sacred Heart College is continually changing to offer education for South Africans for the future generations.