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Prep student wins iPad Mini at LHC Open Day - 10 November 2014

Competition was fierce at this year’s Open Day, with a large number of primary school-aged visitors participating in the LHC Passport Challenge.

Children were invited to collect stamps from displays throughout the College for their special LHC ‘passport’, before entering a draw to win an iPad Mini.

This was a very popular activity and received many entries on the day. Congratulations to Ava who won the iPad Mini at Open Day.

Ava, who is in Prep said, “I want to go to your school because you can see the city, get yourself messy in the kitchen and you have lovely girls there.  Greta (a Year 12 student) gave me a hug.  I liked the grotto the best.”

Open Day provides prospective families the opportunity to visit the College and see it in action with activities such as student performances and subject area displays.

Ava’s mum said that she and her family were impressed with the Open Day.   

 “The Open Day was our very first visit and contact with your school and our first experience within your school community,” she said.

“We were so impressed with the facilities that your school so proudly owns, the incredible new building and existing structures were equally impressive, each facility giving young women every opportunity to develop.  

“Your school is so fortunate to have such a grand and prestigious presence.  Yet upon entering and engaging with the students and staff, Lourdes Hill immediately shares a welcoming, family atmosphere.    

“Each girl, as we walked around your school was able to engage with us and each other with respect, interest and pride”.