The School History
Loreto Mombasa like many other Loreto Institutions all over the world is a landmark in the lives of many successful men and women. It evokes moral uprightness in those who have gone through its instructions. Following the vision of Mary Ward, the sisters happily welcomed the invitation by His Lordship Most Rev. T. Hefferman, C.S.Sp, to start a school in Mombasa.
The sisters then established the school in December 19, 1936. The school was first situated that the then called The Salem Road until 1961 when it was moved to its present location. In 1936, the school was advertised in one of the local newspaper Mombasa Times laying emphasis on the kind of education it was going to offer. The school, in common with all other Loreto schools around the globe, emphasized on “a Holistic and Person centered Education”.
This means that, the Loreto Education gives priority to the integration of the spiritual, intellectual, moral, physical and emotional development of the individual pupil. Respect, justice, honesty, sincerity, freedom, courage and compassion characterize relationships within Loreto education.
In implementing the above statement on Loreto Education, the new school in Mombasa had the following among its aims; .....more
|It’s an annual event , a very
special day in our school calender bringing forth a kaleidoscope of enviable talent that our pupils
have in extra-curriculum activities.
This year, was exceptionally special for the champions both at
team / individual level. Want to know who the champs were.. Find out
What makes swimming special over other sports someone might ask, or why do you prefer to swim as opposed to say brisk walking, running, or even cycling?..Find out more
|This is an annual event whereby parents, teachers, pupils and interested stakeholders are given an opportunity to express their various cultures through food, dressing, dances, narratives etc. It is a spectacular occasion....more
||This was a special day on the School calender when top performers in Academics, Sports and the General Conduct / Discipline were rewarded ..more