Mary Ward (1585 - 1645)

Foundress of the Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Head girl's Message
Success is no accident. It is the outcome of hard work, perseverance, learning, making sacrifices, and most of all, having a passion for what you are doing or wish to do.

These lines have been my ‘mantra’ for as long as I can remember. Loreto House has been like my home all through my school life, and it makes me sad as I bid my school farewell. Loreto House has not only imparted a holistic education to each one of us, but has also provided us with a very enriching view towards all aspects of life. Each teacher has taught us in her own special way which will help us as we move ahead in life.
I feel humbled to have started my journey here as a little girl, for every opportunity I have had to excel, and for every encouraging word to help me stand whenever I stumbled. Gratitude, confidence, self-discipline, compassion for others, the ability to work hard are some of the precious values a Loreto House girl will always cherish. It fills me with great pride to see how in spite of present challenges, our school stands firmly by its beliefs, principles and traditions.
The past academic year 2022-23 helped us showcase our talents and gave us numerous opportunities to gain more knowledge about handling events on a large scale, as we planned and participated in many inter-school and inter-house events. Initiatives taken by our school like a ‘No-Plastic Zone’, ‘No-Horn Zone and steps taken to reduce our carbon footprint by planting trees, holding newspaper drives, recycling waste, have all made me a more responsible citizen of the world, reminding me to be thankful to the Almighty for His gift of Mother Nature.
To all my juniors, I say - It is time for you to take what we leave behind, and continue the legacy with sincerity and respect for our Loreto values. Keep the Loreto banner flying high!
Kanza Shamim