The following prestigious  Year 12 annual awards were presented at the Class of 2018 Graduation Dinner:

  • The Australian Defence Force Long Tan Youth Leadership and Teamwork Award – awarded to Ruby Treweek  – awarded to a student who demonstrates a very high degree of leadership ability, a student who appreciates the value and contribution of everyone in the team.  It acknowledges a student with excellent communication abilities, one who is willing to listen to other points of view and incorporate them where necessary, a student who takes the lead in community activities.
  • The Catherine King Community Award – awarded to Brooke de Grandi – awarded to a member of the community who
    has significantly contributed to the welfare of the school.
  • The Dorothy Irene Ellis-Thomas Scholarship and Principal’s Award for All-Round Excellence – awarded to Fabienne Blythe – According to the wishes of the late Mrs Thomas, the criteria for the awarding of the Dorothy Irene Ellis-Thomas scholarship is All Round Academic Endeavour and Excellence, participation in a range of co-curricular activities offered by the College and shows active support of the College’s Vision and Mission.
  • The Mary Elizabeth Chatham Memorial Prize – awarded to Winter Greet – this award honours Mary Elizabeth Chatham’s service to Loreto College as a student, parent and Old Collegian. This award is presented to a student who has displayed outstanding social and community service.
  • The Constance May Christie Award – awarded to Molly Johnson – awarded to a student who has compassion for those in need. She will be a woman who is proactive, sensitive to injustice and will speak for those who have no voice. She will have a capacity for reflection, listen to her heart and to the wisdom of others from which she will form her own opinions and will not be easily swayed by self-interested voices around her. Her guiding values will be sincerity, justice and freedom.
  • The Emma-Kate Loreto Spirit Award – awarded to Ellie Beaston – awarded to a student who loyally and enthusiastically supports all of the programs at Loreto College. Her love for the school incorporates the desire to leave it an even better place than when she came. This award is given to a student who, like Emma Kate exhibits a dedication to all the ideals of a Loreto education that will continue as a legacy for those who come after her.
  • The Mary Ward Prize – awarded to Ella Van der Voort – This prize is awarded to a student who, in the manner in which she lives out her day to day life as a student at Loreto College, reflects the values of Mary Ward. Her approach is open and inclusive and she is an exemplary role model for her peers.