Established in 1928, Loreto College Coorparoo has matured into one of Brisbane’s premier independent Catholic schools for girls.
With a focus on educational excellence, within the Mary Ward tradition, Loreto Coorparoo belongs to a global network of more than 150 schools, seven of which are located throughout Australia. The vision at Loreto is to offer a Catholic education which liberates, empowers and motivates students to use their individual gifts with confidence, creativity and generosity in loving and responsible service.
Consistently, each year over 97% of OP eligible students successfully secure tertiary placements at the conclusion of Year 12. The College’s curriculum is relevant and challenging, promoting creative and divergent thinking, intellectual rigour and reflective dispositions. Student learning is enhanced through effective teaching strategies and the provision of a broad range of resources; including the highly acclaimed and revolutionary cross-curricula enrichment project, STREAM.
Loreto students achieve high levels of academic, sporting, cultural and personal success because they are engaged with learning that is based upon a fundamental understanding of who they are and what it is that gives meaning to their lives. Academic student outcomes are enriched through a comprehensive co-curricular program; offering students the opportunity to participate, lead, serve and succeed. As well as a diverse range of sport opportunities, Loreto offers a vibrant and successful music and arts program.
Loreto takes pride in educating resilient, confident young women of faith, passion and courage, today and in the future.
For online enrolments visit https://loreto.digistormenrol.com.au/applications/enrolment/
Junior secondary students study a wide range of disciplines, some as core and others as electives.
In the senior years both Queensland Studies Authority subjects and Authority Registered subjects are offered. The curriculum offerings are regularly reviewed to ensure their appropriateness and their contemporary relevance.
Extension opportunities are provided or extra assistance for students as required. Senior students complete an Enrichment Program that complements the academic curriculum and includes elements such as community service, self-protection, work experience and work readiness.
For a list of the College’s full curriculum please see the College website.
Tradition / Culture
Debating / Public Speaking
Religion / Faith
Student Health and Wellbeing
Gifted and Talented
STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths)
Outdoor MultiPurpose Sporting Courts
Heated Swimming Pool
Sunday 11 August, 2019