Our Social, Emotional, and Academic Development (SEAD) Program not only allows our students to develop holistically as resilient and confident girls and young women but also prepares them for strong academic success by encouraging girls to become independent learners. Our high SACE and ATAR results are testament to the positive outcome that can be achieved when girls’ academic and wellbeing needs are addressed.
All new Boarders are also supported in their transition from home through our ‘Little Sister’ Program, in which an older student mentors a new student. In addition, the College’s Psychologist conducts homesickness programs for all girls as well as providing support for parents.
The College Boarding House is served by an experienced head chef who delivers a tailored menu to the students that covers nutritional needs, dietary requirements, and cultural diversity to make sure Loreto feels like home. All meals are freshly prepared on-site with daily deliveries from local producers. The Boarders also have a choice of fruit and snacks to pack for the school day and access to the Tuckshop meals menu for lunch during the week.
Our focus on girls’ wellbeing and academic care, while acknowledging and respecting the needs of the individual, makes Boarding at Loreto an ideal choice for your daughter.