Kincoppal has always been a very religious school, being a school of the Sacred Heart, there has always been a push for Christianity, playing out all the important values and goals of a Catholic/Sacred Heart School. As Kincoppal was growing and developing we had to become more accepting to different religions and cultures. As more and more immigrants were coming into Australia (Sydney especially) the school was getting students from all over the world. Christianity is still taught all across the school however all other religions are accepted and embraced. As Mrs J-C says: "You come as you are and you're treated with great love" this is more than a quote as we have such a multi-cultural and diverse community. International students make up a significant part of our peers that offer an insight into another culture. The international exchanges that Kincoppal organises have become a big part of Kincoppal tradition. Sacred Heart schools all around the world know that wherever there students are they can/will be accepted.
Through the years Kincoppal-Rose Bay has undertaken many new reconstructions.The school has massively grown in attendance and required more classrooms and facilities to support the growing population.
massive one being the Maureen Tudehope Centre (MTC) which was a major and recent construction/addition to the school. The MTC has a 25 metre indoor and heated pool, a gym, dance room, and a large basketball court, doubling as a function hall where many masses and school assemblies are held. KRB has also added many tennis courts to reflect the more modern society love of sport.
Since the beginning of Kincoppal not only the MTC has been opened but also the Junior school, Barat Burn, a place for younger children to learn in a separate environment. Boys are also able to come to KRB for their junior education but must go somewhere else for high school. Barat Burn was opened and was originally more modern than the high school as it was opened later, even now the junior school is undergoing more renovations to make the junior school bigger and more convenient.