• Feature Introduction

    Fáilte romhat chuig suíomh idirlín Choláiste Loreto, Faiche Stiabhna. Tugann muintir na scoile seo tús áite don Ghaeilge.

    Loreto College St. Stephen’s Green, established in 1833, is an all girls secondary school at the heart of Dublin City. We are proud to be part of a worldwide network of Loreto schools with a philosophy informed by the five principles of Freedom, Justice, Sincerity, Truth & Joy.

  • Freedom

    Freedom allows us, as a school community, to make mistakes, to reflect on them and to grow.

    As learners in the school of life, our students are encouraged to accept responsibility for their decisions and to act out of “love not fear” (Mary Ward)

  • Justice

    Justice – as an aspiration and a daily reality – involves recognizing the dignity of each individual and becoming aware of the rights and responsibilities of all.

    Students are encouraged to be "seekers of truth and doers of justice" (Mary Ward).

  • Sincerity

    Sincerity in relationships was part of the Mary Ward’s personal integrity. Her ideal was that “we should be such as we appear and appear such as we are”.

    Everyone at Loreto College, St Stephen’s Green shares the responsibility of knowing, accepting and respecting each student as an individual.

  • Truth

    Truth was synonymous with integrity to Mary Ward, particularly the profound truth of who we are and what gives meaning to our lives.

    Students are encouraged
    “to do ordinary things well".

  • Joy

    Joy is an attitude of mind, a disposition of the heart, which manifests itself in cheerfulness, optimism, courtesy, positive thinking, inner peace and self-acceptance.

    At Loreto ‘the Green’ a happy, stable learning environment allows a sense of joy to flourish.


September Events

  • Opening School MassSeptember 22
  • Fifth Year Study SkillsSeptember 25
  • Parents’ Association AGMSeptember 27
  • Sixth Year Study SkillsSeptember 28
  • 6B/6G Retreat Lough DergSeptember 28
  • First Year Parents iPad TrainingSeptember 28

October Events

  • School ClosedOctober 2
  • LC Geography Inv. to KnockreeOctober 3
  • 4th & 5th Year Gaisce HikeOctober 4
  • 6M/6T RetreatOctober 5
  • 6th Year Parent Teacher MeetingOctober 5
  • 3rd Year RetreatOctober 6
  • Folk MassOctober 7
  • Spirit WeekOctober 9
  • Student Council Training for all Year Reps in Assembly HallOctober 13
  • Work Experience TYOctober 16
  • Parents’ Association MeetingOctober 17
  • First Year Study SkillsOctober 18
  • 6th Years King Lear in the Mill TheatreOctober 19
  • Parents Study Skills TalkOctober 23
  • Anti-Bullying Talk First Year ParentsOctober 24
  • Anti-Bullying Talk 1st and 2nd YearsOctober 25
  • Mid-Term BreakOctober 30

November Events

  • School Re-opensNovember 6
  • 5B/5G RetreatNovember 6
  • Staff MeetingNovember 8
  • Anti-Bullying TalkNovember 8
  • Fifth Year RetreatNovember 13
  • Science and Geography WeekNovember 13
  • First Year Parent Information Evening 2019/2020November 13
  • CAO Presentation for 6th Year ParentsNovember 14
  • Parents’ Association MeetingNovember 14
  • Sci FestNovember 17
  • International Anti-Bullying WeekNovember 20
  • Sticks & Stones for 2nd YearsNovember 20
  • 3rd Year Parent Teacher MeetingNovember 20
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