The Loreto Old Scholars Association (LOSA) is run by a vibrant and successful group of women.
LOSA regularly holds events and
get-togethers for past Loreto students from all eras.
When students graduate they can maintain their connection with the College through LOSA. LOSA plays an important role in supporting the College and is involved in fundraising, social justice and other events and activities enabling generations of Loretians to stay linked to the school.
LOSA also provides the College with the opportunity to celebrate the extraordinary successes of our former students. The skills and knowledge developed at Loreto Marryatville has seen our Old Scholars reach pinnacles in fields including law, medicine, science, industrial relations, business and fine arts. More recently, two of our Loreto Old Scholars were named Rhodes Scholars who are both contributing significantly in the field of Medicine and an old scholar who won the prestigious Schwarzman Scholarship which will see her take part in a master’s program in Beijing.
The current President of LOSA is Edwina Lane (2013). Edwina attended Loreto from Year 6 until Year 12, and is currently studying Law/International Studies (Dip. Lang - French) at the University of Adelaide. Please contact Edwina with general LOSA queries: email@example.com.
Maintaining contact with Old Scholars from different generations is an important part of LOSA. We encourage you to stay up to date with the Association via our Facebook page and by updating your contact details.
Find out more about LOSA committee, its role and the rules of the Association.
Keep us up-to-date with your life events and contact details, so you can stay up-to-date with what's happening at Loreto and in our LOSA community.
Loreto is embarking upon an exciting journey of growth to deliver the best learning outcomes whilst continuing to be a school of choice and excellence. Find out about our exciting plans.
The Loreto College Boarding House caters for students in Years 7 to 12 as either full-time or weekly Boarders.
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At Loreto College, we educate strong, passionate and confident young girls and women. We welcome you to see this in action.