College History
Our History

Founded in 1999 in Narre Warren South, Heritage College is part of Adventist Schools Victoria, a system of schools that has been delivering quality education in Victoria for over 100 years.

Due to the size of the Narre Warren South Campus and an increased demand for student places, an additional 22 hectares of land was purchased at Officer for the construction of a new Campus.


By the beginning of 2013, Prep and Years 7 to 12 were in full operation at Officer. The Narre Warren South Campus continued to deliver classes for Prep to Year 6 students. By the beginning of the 2015 school year, the Officer Campus had added Years 1 and 2, and will add a year level each year, becoming a Prep to Year 12 campus by the beginning of 2019. During 2015 a new Science Block was added to the secondary campus in Officer, an Early Learning Centre and new Primary building with five innovative learning pods to host Years 1 to 4 students.


Heritage College has a current enrolment of 358 students and offers broad curricular and co-curricular programs from Prep to Year 12. This includes Heritage College Family Church, Pathfinders and Adventurers clubs, a variety of lunchtime clubs, enrichment programs from Year 3 upwards, and involvement in local Arts and Sports programs. The College continues to provide excellent pastoral support for the students and families in its care through the National School Chaplaincy Program and Heritage College Family Church.