Loreto Kirribilli is an independent Catholic school for girls from K-12 directed by the Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary (IBVM), also known as the Loreto Sisters.
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. Loreto Kirribilli offers a Catholic education which liberates, empowers and motivates students to use their gifts with confidence, creativity and generosity.
Loreto Kirribilli works to develop learners who are collaborative, creative, critical thinkers with an innovative and entrepreneurial mindset, who communicate effectively and meet the challenges and opportunities that await them.
- Ages: Kindergarten – Year 12
- Gender: Girls
- Religion: Catholic
- Boarding: No
- Extracurricular activities offered: Loreto Kirribilli offers a range of extra-curricular activities to students, such as:
- Robotics, Debating, Public Speaking and Mock Trial
- Social Justice groups
- Groups and competitions for academic enrichment
- Sporting teams and competitions such as Athletics, Dance, Hockey, Netball, Taekwondo, Tennis, Basketball, Cricket, Cross Country, Rowing, Softball, Snowsports, Swimming, Touch Football and Volleyball
- Music lessons and Ensembles
- The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award
- Art and Photography groups
- Inter House Competitions including the Music Festival
- Snowsports Camp for Years 8-11
- Notable Alumni: Eliza Scanlen (’16), Katerina Kimmorley (’04), Grace Brennan (’01), Caroline Meldrum-Hanna (’99), Rachel Grimes (’85), Frances Rush OAM (’79) Justice Julia Lonergan (’78), Helen Dalley, (’74) Clover Moore (’60).
- Transport Options: Loreto Kirribilli is extremely well connected and easy to access being centrally located close to bus, rail and ferry networks.
- Fees: $17,655 (K-2) – $25,725 (Year 10-12). View fee schedule.