Established in 2008 in South Sudan, Loreto Rumbek Primary and Secondary School educates girls from ages 5 to 20.

Our Challenge - educating girls in South Sudan

Welcome to Loreto Rumbek

Girls in South Sudan face extreme adversity in the pursuit of academic success. Even a basic education is a right denied to many.

Young girls and especially young women are less likely to enroll and more likely to drop out.

About our School

Loreto Rumbek is made up of a primary school, a secondary school and Primary Health Care. The school first opened in 2008 and provides a much needed place of education for girls aged 14-20.

Principal's Message

We hear from Sr. Orla Treacy
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Primary School

Boys and girls, aged 5-14.
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Secondary School

Girls, aged 14 to 20 years.
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Health Care

Achieving better health for all
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Recent News

Fundraising for LPHCU

Coming together to fundraise for the Primary Health Care Unit

Before the end of our previous school term, our students were encouraged to donate whatever they could afford to support the less fortunate in our community
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The path to Senior One – encouraging our students to meet their potential

Working together - parental encouragement is vital to when it comes to giving our students the best possible chance to succeed at their studies. Here we look at the path through to the Senior One class.
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Education beyond limits – Loreto Accelerated Learning Program (ALP)

The Accelerated Learning Program is a haven for students who might struggle to attend school because of age, marital status, or disability. Many people from the local community are benefiting from this program.
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