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Established in Sydney in 1892, Loreto Kirribilli is an independent,
Catholic school providing a quality education for girls from Kindergarten to
Year 12, administered by a school council and the Institute of the Blessed
Virgin Mary (Loreto Sisters). The school is committed to the happy, balanced
development of each girl in an environment where Christian values are
appreciated, practised and taught. Loreto Kirribilli is academically
non-selective but has a strong academic tradition and consistently performs
well in public examinations.

Facilities: Multi-purpose hall, performing arts centre, six science
laboratories, ITC rooms (internet access throughout the school and personal email addresses for all students), darkroom,
smartboards, auditorium, gymnasium, weights room, chapel, tennis courts,
recreation areas.

Electives Years 7 to 10: Commerce, Geography, History, French,
Italian, Design and Technology, Food Technology, Drama, Music, Photography
& Digital Media, Visual Arts.

Electives Years 11 and 12: Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics,
Design and Technology, Food Technology, Ancient History, Modern History,
Business Studies, Economics, Geography, Legal Studies, PD/H/PE, Studies of
Religion, French Continuers, Italian Continuers, Drama, Visual Arts,
Photography, Video and Digital Imaging, Music and Hospitality (VET).

Religious Education is compulsory in all years.

Sport: Athletics, basketball, cricket, cross-country, equestrian,
hockey, netball, rowing, snow skiing, soccer, softball, swimming, tae kwon do,
tennis, touch football, volleyball.

Extracurricular activities: Drawing and photography clubs, chamber
strings, choir, concert and stage bands, flute ensemble, Junior and Senior
School orchestras, private music lessons, speech and drama classes, debating,
public speaking, Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme, Streamwatch, community
service, Vinnies youth group, the Benenson Society, Mock Trial, Tournament of
Minds, Future Problem Solving Program, Da Vinci Decathlon and work experience.

Welfare and personal development: The school aims to educate beyond
stereotypes. Through a carefully structured personal development program, the
girls are encouraged to discover and build on their natural gifts, to assume
responsibility for leadership and action, and to grow into informed, confident,
spiritually mature women. A full-time school counsellor is available. The
Loreto Vision Program aims to challenge and extend gifted and talented
students, fostering a love of learning and a desire for excellence with
differentiated and appropriate learning outcome for individuals. The Academic
Support Department caters for students with mild intellectual difficulties.

Religion Catholic
Type Independent
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Girl
Years Kindergarten - Year 12
Enrolment 1045 students. prospective students should aim to be on the waiting list within 12 months of their birth.
Fees 8k - 12k
tuition $8975 (years kindergarten to 2), $10,174 (years 3 to 6), $11,858 (years 7 to 9), $13,090 (years 10 to 12). several bursaries are also offered.
02 9957******* 02 9957 4722
02 9954******* 02 9954 5941
Address 85 Carabella Street, Kirribilli 2061
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