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Loreto College is a Catholic secondary college for girls, located in Ballarat, VIC, Australia. Proud educators of influential young women for 140 years.
Loreto College was established in 1875 by Mother Gonzaga Barry ibvm - a courageous woman with a truly visionary approach that saw her create educational opportunities never before considered in the society of that day. Today, Loreto College Ballarat is a contemporary school that builds on rich traditions of the past to provide girls with a quality, progressive and dynamic education which becomes a foundation for their future.
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One week until opening night of our College Co-Production with St Patrick's College, Ballarat! Don't miss out on your tickets http://loreto.vic.edu.au/
#TBT in celebration of our Mid Year Music Concert held Tuesday night, here is a 1976 photo of a televised Loreto College Choir performance. Thanks Loreto Archives Centre
The countdown is on- 6 more sleeps! #LesMis #Ticketssellingfast St Patrick's College, Ballarat Book tickets at http://loreto.vic.edu.au/
#FeelgoodFriday It's raining coins! Well done to Ebony Grace and Ella Krause for coordinating such an impressive fundraising effort for the 5 Cent Challenge. And thanks to everyone who has supported it.
4 more days to go! #LesMiserables #Purchaseyourtickets tickets available from www.loreto.vic.edu.au
Just 2 days left until curtains up! #LesMiserables Tickets available from www.loreto.vic.edu.au St Patrick's College, Ballarat
At 'The End Of The Day' if you have not yet purchased your tickets for Les Miserables yet, make sure you get some before they sell out - don't leave it 'One Day More'! I am not 'On My Own' when I say it is going to be amazing. The the cast, music and staging are wonderful. 'Do you hear the people sing?' We really hope so!! #LesMiserables #onemoresleep Tickets available at www.loreto.vic.edu.au St Patrick's College, Ballarat
We have just released some extra tickets for all sessions of #LesMiserables - so if you don't have your tickets yet you can still visit www.loreto.vic.edu.au to purchase them. We've just viewed a sneak peak of the dress rehearsal and it looks spectacular!! St Patrick's College, Ballarat
It's opening night!! We can't wait until the curtains come up tonight. Thanks to The Courier for a great story and beautiful photos of our joint production with St Patrick's College, Ballarat! http://www.thecourier.com.au/story/3940795/schools-unite-for-les-miserables-photos-video/?cs=62#slide=18
Opening night tonight!! Les Mis!! Don't miss out!! Last tickets on sale now from Loreto website.
#TBT to our past College Productions from 1965 and 'Tableau' c 1898. Thanks Loreto Archives Centre
Only 7 tickets left for tonight's performance of Les Mis! Don't miss out, both Friday and Saturday evening's shows are sell outs. Visit www.loreto.vic.edu.au or call 5329 6137 for tickets. St Patrick's College, Ballarat
There are still tickets left for our matinee performance of #LesMiserables at midday today - don't miss this wonderful production! Head to www.loreto.vic.edu.au for tickets, or you can purchase them at the door. We would also love to see your own behind the scenes snaps - use the hashtag #LesMis2016 to share them! 🇫🇷🎶🇫🇷🎶🇫🇷🎶 St Patrick's College, Ballarat
Well done to all staff & students on a wonderful performance of Les Miserables! It was a brilliant night out & can't wait for next year! Well done....👏👏👏
The final curtain has gone down on the remarkable Loreto & St Patrick's College production of Les Miserables. Congratulations to all involved! Sell out crowds and rave reviews, what more could you ask for?? #LesMis2016 St Patrick's College, Ballarat BRAVO to all!!
#TBT Winter has well and truly arrived! Here are some throwbacks to 2000 Mt Hotham Ski Trip and 1993 Winter snow at the College.
Ballarat Lifestyle Magazine winter edition is out now. Check out our Loreto College feature on our students "setting fire to the world of sport" and past pupil Jayde James gorgeous wedding in the Loreto Chapel.
Students Jade Montgomery, Katie Baxter and Ella Krause represented Loreto College at yesterday's launch of Berry Street's 'No Place for Violence' campaign, highlighting the impact of family violence on children in the local community. Jade, Katie and Ella also had the privilege of meeting guest speaker Rosie Batty, family violence campaigner and 2015 Australian of the Year, following her presentation. "Rosie is an amazing, inspiring woman full of determination. We all learnt so much, and gained some insightful knowledge from such an empowering woman," Ella said. Berry Street Rosie Batty #LoretoBallarat
The new Loreto College website has arrived! Check it out at http://loreto.vic.edu.au/ If you're a regular visitor you may need to clear your cache in order to visit the updated site. There are so many new and exciting features: Loreto College Video, 360 Tours, Time lapse photography and much more! We hope you enjoy it!
Have you seen our new Loreto College video on the home page of our new site http://loreto.vic.edu.au/ ? Just click on the 'Join us on a journey' button or watch it on our YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g1YGR03qukE Thanks to Big & Small Productions for your superb work on the video and all the staff and students who supported the production!
Check out the Les Miserables timelapse video on the home page of our new site http://loreto.vic.edu.au/ or via our You Tube Channel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5R7UaNcRYwQ Thanks to Big & Small Productions #LoretoCollege #LesMis
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5R7UaNcRYwQ Thanks Big & Small Productions
Congratulations to the 42 strong team that competed at the Victorian Schools Cross Country Championships at Bundoora. Loreto finished with three team bronze medals in the U/17, U/18 & Open sections and a 13th placing for Lily Gilbert(Year 7) which gives her a strong chance of securing a place in the Victorian team to the Nationals in Canberra. A fantastic effort by all the girls. One of our past students Anna Kelly finished 6th to make her first Open Victorian Team – a tremendous effort! #loretoballarat #goloretogirls
Loreto Girls Setting Fire to the World of Dance! Three of our current Loreto Girls have recently had extraordinary success on a National scale at the recent Australian Ballet School Scholarship Awards and are poised for professional careers in dance. After an extensive selection process, Maidie Widmer (13-14 years – Anita Coutts School of Dance), Abbey Lavery (15-17 years – Dance School of Distinction) and Philippa Crawley (10-12 years – Ballarat Ballet Centre) were all selected as one of only eight national finalists in their age division to perform as finalists at the State Theatre in Melbourne. Philippa Crawley was awarded a Special Discretionary Award and Maidie Widmer received the overall Dance Informa Summer School Award from more than 250 national competitors. The girls are supported to balance an extensive and exhaustive timetable of dance classes, elite competitions and performances with their normal school studies. A phenomenal result for these three hard working talented Loreto Girls #goloretogirls #loretoballarat
As part of International Refugee Week we were privileged to host a visit today from award winning writer, storyteller, educator, and human rights advocate Arnold Zable. Arnold spoke with both our JPIC Committee and Year 11 students about his experience with refugees as an ambassador of the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre, and also his career as a renowned author, through which he has also empowered many others to share their stories. We were very inspired by Arnold's work and his words, with one of the resounding messages to take away being that ‘even the smallest things we do to create change can make a difference in the lives of others’. #loretoballarat Asylum Seeker Resource Centre (ASRC)