‘JPIC’ or ‘Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation’ is a movement of the Loreto
Education Society throughout the world to reach out to the underprivileged and needy
section of society. JPIC enjoys a position in Eco-Soc Council at the UN, where one
of our Loreto Sisters represents the Loreto Schools all over the world in the discussions.
JPIC is like an umbrella to all the activities conducted in the Loreto Schools,
may be under the names of different clubs or societies. As such, all Loreto students
are JPIC members and all Loreto teachers are JPIC animators.
Leadership Training Service (LTS) is a youth movement, mainly for students in schools
and colleges. Initiated in 1959 by five students of Goethals Memorial School, Kurseong,
Darjeeling, the infant movement has now spread all over India. LTS joins hands with
educational institutions and trains students to develop their personality and leadership
skills so that they become responsible leaders and committed citizens.
2013 proved to be a year in which CLC (Christian Life Community) club members have
many opportunities to boost their skills and showcase their talents. Like every
year the members enthusiastically took part in all the events.
YCS is a movement where students come together to share their interests, problems,
experiences, anxieties, etc and find a solution of their own through the YCS methodologies
based on ‘See, Judge and Act’, i.e., awareness, reflection, action and evaluation.
YCS has always aimed to awake and transform students which will bring about a change
in our society.
The Nature Club of Loreto Schools is a club or group that aims to generate awareness
for an eco- friendly environment and promotes materials that are eco-friendly and