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Victims of the Pope's good fathers!
As part of the trip, the 43 students will be going to the Vatican to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of Beaulieu Convent.
Headmaster Chris Beirne says the girls will experience a religious aspect of life by having a very unique opportunity to explore some of the hidden areas of the Vatican which most tourists are not able to get to.
Last year students from the school made the pilgrimage, with thousands of others, to Hyde Park to see Pope Benedict, but this year a lucky few will have the chance to meet him personally.
"A few of the girls will have the opportunity to speak directly to the Holy Father and him to them' We haven't chosen the girls yet, we'll do that in Rome," said Mr Beirne.