The popular Loreto Sports Dinner is on again and tickets are selling fast! Join us on Tuesday 9 August at 7pm for a night of delicious food, great company and good sportsmanship. This year’s Master of Ceremonies will be Yvonne Sampson, Channel 9 Sports journalist and the first female host of the one and only State of Origin. The evening will feature a salubrious panel of elite Australian sportswomen; including swimming Olympic gold medalist, Jodie (Henry) Notting, Australian Cricketer, Holly Ferling and Australian touch football representative and Indigenous All-Stars co-captain, Marikki Watego. Tickets are now on sale
The time to visit Loreto College Coorparoo has never been better! You and your family are warmly invited to meet our staff and students, tour the extensive campus, enjoy musical performances, interactive sports and games, participate in hair raising science experiments, dabble in robotics, learn more about co-curricular activities and explore curriculum pathways. Join us to experience all Loreto has to offer at the College's annual Open Day on Sunday 31 July at 10am. View the Open Day video for a small glimpse into why our students are proud to call themselves Loreto girls! Open Day Video
Congratulations to our Class of 2015 for propelling Loreto Coorparoo to one of the Top 20 leading academic schools in the State. As published in the Courier Mail, one third of this cohort achieved an OP 1-5 and two thirds achieved OP 1-10, placing Loreto College Coorparoo nineteenth on the Honours List of Queensland’s top academic schools.
Loreto College graduate, Rebecca Marshall, has blitzed the field of Queensland's top academic performers, attaining the highest result of 28,500 Year 12 students on the 2014 Queensland Core Skills (QCS) Test. Rebecca was recognised for her outstanding achievement at the inaugural Queensland Certificate of Education Achievement Awards.