The Loreto Kirribilli tradition combines a strong program of religious education and pastoral care, excellent academic outcomes and a wide choice of co-curricular activities supported by talented and experienced staff and an up-to-date, fully-equipped campus.
Our educational philosophy, based on the belief that women can excel, with an emphasis on social concern and student leadership, helps us encourage these qualities in our girls - and in our teaching and non-teaching staff.
At Loreto Kirribilli we believe that the intangibles really matter: verity, justice, sincerity, felicity, freedom of mind and spirit. Our goal is to nurture these qualities in our students to help them develop into mature, well-educated, socially responsible women.
Verity - The search for truth
Felicity - Joy and celebration
Freedom of spirit - Open-minded and open-hearted attitudes
Sincerity - "Be such as we appear and appear such as we are" - Mary Ward
Justice - Social conscience and critical awareness
Love verity, seek knowledge, not for themselves but for the end they bring you to which is God, then you will be happy and able to profit yourself and others.
Mary Ward, 1585 - 1645