“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

Alumna Spotlight, Clarinda Brandao, Loretto College, Class of 2000

At the College My time at Loretto College was impactful in many ways. I learned a lot about friendship and fitting in. I often felt connected with different groups, as Loretto students were always welcoming in the hallways. My favourite memory of high school was the...

Alumna Spotlight, Mary Donaghy, Loretto Abbey, Class of 1981

At the Abbey  Mary Donaghy attended Loretto Abbey from 1976 to 1981. Mary was very active in student life; she participated in student council, head of house, yearbook, debate club, and model UN. When she wasn’t studying in the school, she worked part time in the...

Alumna Spotlight, Inga Breede, Loretto College, Class of 2000

At the College My favourite memories at Loretto all involve my nearest and dearest friends who have become more like sisters over the years. We all found each other in different ways and somehow made the link that we were better as one unit. It's because of them that...

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.