Saturday 24 August, 1.30pm
To our Class of 1979, you are invited to a 40 Year Reunion on Satuday 24 August at 1.30pm. Please join your colleagues for a glass of champagne and tour of the school, followed by nibbles and drinks at The Robin Hood Hotel at 3pm.
The cost will be $50pp and paid to the following account:
Account: 0363 4214
Please RSVP with payment by Friday 16 August to Belinda Lane at email@example.com.
Wednesday 28 August
Student Common Room, Loreto College
The Principal's Book Club hosted by Dr Nicole Archard, is a wonderful opportunity to come together as a community to engage in an insightful and informative discussion of the current texts that may have implications upon you daughter's education and well-being. Each Book Club will take place in the Year 12 Common Room. All are welcome and please bring a plate to share.
The next book on the list is:
Untangled: Guiding Teenage Girls through the Seven Transitions into Adulthood by Dr Lisa Damour. The author has identified seven well defined developmental transitions that girls experience as they move to womanhood. The stages include; Parting with Childhood, Contending with Adult Authority, Entering the Romantic World, and Caring for Herself. Parents are provided with a broad framework for understanding their daughters while addressing their most common questions, including:
Parents are assisted to understand, connect, and support their daughter's as they grow into happy thriving women in today's society.
Happy reading! To register your attendance, click here.
Friday 6 - Sunday 8 September
You are warmly invited to our annual springART exhibition, celebrating established and emerging South Australian artists. The feature artist for 2019 is Tsering Hannaford.
The Opening Night Cocktail Party is happening on Friday 6 September from 7pm - 10pm in The Square. Tickets to this event are $60 which includes canapes, drinks and a raffle ticket for a jewellery voucher donated by James Thredgold Jeweller. Tickets can be purchased at www.loretospringart.com.au.
The art exhibition will run from Friday 6 September (ticket required as mentioned above), to Saturday 7 and Sunday 9 September from 10.30am - 4.30pm (gold coin donation required).
We hope to see you at this wonderful event, showcasing the incredible talent of South Australian artists.
Tuesday 10 September
5.30pm - 7.00pm
Performing Arts Centre
Are you in Year 9, 10 or 11 and thinking about applying to universities like Harvard, Stanford, Oxford or Cambridge?
Studying at the world's top universities is an incredible goal but if there's one mistake Australian students regularly make, it's trying to start the application in the middle of a busy Year 12!
If you want these universities to be an option for you, then knowing how to carefully plan your final years of high school can make all the difference.
At this event, expert speakers from Crimson Education will use successful student case studies (both athletic and academic admission)to help you map out your journey through high school to top US and UK universities.
Attendees will learn:
To start your research into US & UK universities, make sure to visit the Crimson Education YouTube channel or if you're serious about studying overseas and over the age of 15, apply for Crimson's International Tours departing in January 2020. Applications close August 18!
To register for the event, click here.