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.

Heritage College is a co-educational institution operated by the Seventh-day Adventist Church, as part of its world-wide system of Christian Schools. It is open to any student who wishes to study and learn within a Christian environment.

Heritage College was established on its current site in Narre Warren South in October 1999. It initially opened as a primary school and expanded through to Year 12 in 2009.

In 2013, the transition of Year 7-12 to the site at Officer was completed. This meant the Narre Warren South Campus was P-6, while the Officer Campus housed Years 7-12, and also Prep which was introduced in 2013 with an additional primary year added each calendar year. The Officer Campus will complete its transition to Prep-Year 12 in 2019.

The College has a current enrolment of 345 students and offers broad curricular and co-curricular programs from Prep to Year 12. This includes Heritage College Family Church, a variety of lunchtime clubs, enrichment programs from Year 3 upwards, and involvement in local Arts and Sports programs. Heritage 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.

Heritage College is fully registered with the VRQA, and is a member of Adventist Schools Australia. Seventh-Day Adventist Schools (Victoria) Ltd, is responsible for the appointment of permanent staff and supervision of teaching standards. The local School Council is responsible for the management of the College, student enrolment and for the provision of suitable facilities in which the College can operate efficiently and safely. Responsibility for the day-to-day operation of the College rests with the Principal and Staff.