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Sacred Heart school is a great place to teach and learn. Our teachers are committed to a high- quality learning experience focused on the individual needs of each child. We are striving to be creative and innovative in our instruction to engage students in their learning through a variety of activities, applications of technology and 21st century skills.Read More
Rajat Awasthi who passed out from Sacred Heart Senior Secondary School ,Sidhpur in the year 2004, made the institution and every Indian proud by being the part of the successful mission of Chandrayan 3 .With great pride and enthusiasm he was welcomed to his alma mater.He inspired the young minds with his motivational speech to strive hard and reach the pinnacle of success.
Rendezvous with one of the distinguished members of Chandrayaan 3 mission, Rajat Awasthi.
“Don’t wait. The time will never be just right” The past two years of pandemic have drastically changed our perspective towards life.
Warm greetings to all !!
I have dreamt of this day ever since I entered grade five and it feels surreal now that it has actually happened.
Sacred Heart Senior Secondary School at Sidhpur in Dharamshala is owned and run by the congregation of Sisters of Charity of Jesus and Mary, founded by Fr.Peter Joseph Triest in Belgium, in 1803 and established in India, at Dalhousie in 1901,is missioned to reveal that God is love. The congregation values the educational Apostolate of helping individuals to discover their dignity as human persons and children of God. To bring about a society based on love ,justice and peace, is one of the most important aspect of this mission. In the aftermath of Indo-Pak war in 1965 some military officials contacted the then provincial superior of Delhi province in Amritsar asking for sisters to take over the Garrison school in Yol Camp. Amritsar and Dalhousie were already well established hub of educational apostolic work of Sisters of charity So, Yol was preferred for its climate and for the offer of accommodation