“I hope in God it will be seen that women in time to come will do much.” 

-Mary Ward

Every year the Alumnae Association hosts one official alumnae event.

See event photos and archival school photos in our gallery.

Our Class Champions are a vital part of our Loretto Alumnae community. As a Class Champion, you will be the primary contact for classmates of your graduating year whether it be for Loretto Abbey or Loretto College School.
Even though you’ve hung up, passed down or lost track of your old uniform, we know you’re still proud to represent Loretto.

We’ve got some gear to help you support the alumnae association and rock the blue and whites.

Latest Blog Posts

My first 6 months with the Loretto Alumnae Association

It’s been nearly 20 years since my time at Loretto College School (LCS). In my time, the school was located on Brunswick Ave., in the heart of the Annex in Toronto.  I met my best friends.  I discovered art.  I was a star athlete.  I learned that the stage was not my...

Alumna Spotlight on Cindy Vautour Smith, Loretto College 1992

At the College I started Grade 9 in the fall of 1988. I chose Loretto College because of its theatre, arts and music programs. I was very interested in the creative arts. When Mrs. McClelland became my art teacher in Grade 11, she unlocked all of my creative talent....

Alumna Spotlight on Rochelle Ivri, Loretto Abbey 1994

At The Abbey Rochelle Richards graduated from the Abbey in 1994 and remains in touch with many of her friends and teachers.  She reflects on her time at the Abbey with fondness: "There were so many wonderful teachers but the teachers that had the most impact...

Support our Community

Every year our community grows and hundreds of young women graduate from our schools and move on to new challenges and adventures.  The Alumnae Association provides scholarships to these young women every year.  We also host alumnae events to keep our alumnae connected.

Help us to continue to support these young women embarking on their post-secondary education and create a network to support them in their careers.