At Loreto College, our girls consistently achieve strong academic results in an environment that balances academic rigour with a wide range of co-curricular opportunities including clubs, camps, retreats, competitions, international trips, music, performing arts, and sport.

Participation in co-curricular opportunities helps to build girls’ confidence through the development of their leadership, public speaking, and teamwork skills as well as fostering a love of learning and inquiry. Our Junior and Senior Students can enjoy a vast array of co-curricular opportunities throughout the calendar year.

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Junior School Co-Curricular

  • Chess Club
  • Coding Club
  • da Vinci Decathlon
  • Debating
  • Environment Club
  • Garden Club
  • GATEWays (Gifted and Talented Program)
  • ICAS Competitions
  • National History Competitions
  • Oliphant Science Awards
  • Poetry Competitions
  • STEM Club
  • Tournament of Minds
  • Write a Book in a Day
  • Young Writer’s Award

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Senior School Co-Curricular

  • Auction Idol
  • Big Science Competition
  • Chemistry Quiz
  • da Vinci Decathlon
  • Debating
  • Duke of Edinburgh’s Award
  • Environment Club
  • Ethics Olympiad
  • ICAS Competitions
  • Indigenous Garden Club
  • Mock Trials
  • National History Competition
  • Oliphant Science Awards
  • Philosothon
  • Premier’s Spirt of ANZAC Prize
  • Rostrum Voice of Youth
  • Simpson Prize
  • Social Justice Groups
  • STEM Club
  • Tournament of Minds
  • Write a Book in a Day
  • Young Writer’s Award

Register for a College Tour

We encourage you to see how your daughter’s future can take shape at one of our upcoming College Tours where you will see our curriculum in action, tour our historic grounds, and hear from Dr Nicole Archard, our Principal and leader in girls’ education on why a girls’ school is the best investment for your daughter.