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Tuesday 28 January to Friday 27 March
Term 2 2020
Wednesday 15 April to Friday 3 July
Term 3 2020
Monday 20 July to Friday 25 September 
Term 4 2020
Monday 12 October to Wednesday 9 December

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Upcoming Events

Jul
20

20.07.2020 8:30 am - 9:30 am
Term 3 begins

Jul
27

27.07.2020 8:30 am - 9:30 am
STEM Week to Friday 31st

Jul
27

27.07.2020 9:30 am - 10:30 am
Food Bin Drive for Akl City Mission all week

Jul
28

28.07.2020 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Board of Trustees Meeting

Jul
29

29.07.2020 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Kahurangi Whanau Hui

AGGS CAREERS EXPO

Published: Thursday, 06 June 2019 14:34

Parents, families/whanau and all students are invited to our Careers Expo  on 

Thursday 13 June from 3.50 p.m to 6.30 p.m.   Careers Day flyer

Representatives from up to 40 institutions, including all NZ Universities, Technical Institutes, the Police, the Defence Force, NZ Institute of Sport, Te Wananga o Aorearoa, NZ School of Food and Wine, hairdressing and beauty schools and a host of other providers will be here to promote their courses and answer students and parents queries and to provide ideas for what to study next and how to prepare for furture employment.   Just come along at a time that suits you between 3.50 and 6 p.m.   

Fritz Evile, Chief Advisor Pacific at NZQA will run a NCEA information Session from 5.30 p.m. to 6 p.m. in Room A236.  

This will be a great opportunity for parents to find out more about how NCEA works so that you are best able to support your daughters' learning.  

OPEN DAY 2019

Published: Tuesday, 07 May 2019 11:01

2019 Open Day

Students and their parents who are interested in their daughter attending Auckland Girls' in 2019 are warmly invited to our Open Day on Thursday 30 May at anytime between 9.30 a.m. and 12.30 p.m.   Senior students will lead tours of the school and the Principal will give short talks at 10 a.m., 11 a.m. and 12 noon.  For those who can't make it during the day we will hold an Information Evening also on 30 May from 6.30 to 8 p.m.  If you are interested in attending the Information Evening please will you call 307 4180 and speak wiith Lilly, our Enrolment Officer, to register your interest, or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..   We look forward to seeing you. 

Click here for the 2019 video message from our principal. Principal's Open Day Message

IN THE USA

Published: Tuesday, 16 April 2019 11:41

38 students and four teachers are spending the April School Holidays on a History tip to the USA.  First stop was Washington DC where they visited the Whitehouse, the Smithsonian Institute, the largest research museum in the world, and they are also pictured below posing with the statue of Martin Luther King Jr.  On the agenda during their trip are visits to New York - highlights in New York will include visits to the Museum of Modern Art, the Metropolian Museum and the 9/11 Memorial Museum.

Then it's off to Boston for another three nights, where they will have a guided tour of Harvard University, walk the Freedom trail, and spend half a day at the JFK Museum.

Finally they are back in Los Angeles for the last three nights before flying home just in time for the start of Term 2. 
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Year 13 PE Hillary Outdoors Camp

Published: Monday, 01 April 2019 09:20

 Hillary Outdoors collage

During the course of a week long camp at the Hillary Outdoors Camp in Turangi  at the end of March, our Year 13 Physical Education students were challenged to complete various tasks, that were not only physically demanding, but also emotionally draining. For example, they did caving, and were asked to slip into tiny claustrophobic spaces in the dark and somehow work together to find a way out. All of this, after a full day of tramping through rugged terrain, and then only to sleep under a fly (a tent with no sides) leaving them exposed to the elements and as the girls discovered…possums chewing through their packs seeking out food!

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Academic Celebration Assembly

Published: Wednesday, 27 February 2019 15:07

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We were delighted to welcome back our six scholarship winners from 2018 for our Academic Celebration Assembly - the girls are pictured above with their parents or the subect teachers of the subjects for which they won scholarships.  At the assembly our 200 Year 11 and 12 students who achieved their NCEA Level 1 and 2 Certificates endorsed with Merit or Excellence were also acknowledged for their achievements.  

JAPANESE ADVENTURE

Published: Friday, 15 February 2019 10:50

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From Japan with love

Hi, my name is Lily Barraclough, I’m a Year 13 student and have been studying Japanese at AGGS for roughly 4 years now. Learning Japanese has been an extremely rewarding experience and helped me to achieve my dream of travelling to Japan in the December of 2018.

As the plane descended on Narita International Airport, my heart skipped a beat in excitement and suspense at having finally arriving in the Land of the Rising Sun. Looking down at Tokyo, I was half-expecting to see a giant Godzilla rise up from the murky waters of Tokyo Bay, just like in the movies. Luckily, my worst fears were never actualised and as the sun set, casting the cloud cover in bright crimson colour, far in the distance I could spot one of the many familiar symbols of Japan: Great Mount Fuji loomed above the fluffy clouds, kindly welcoming us.

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FIRST FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS

Published: Friday, 15 February 2019 10:18

First Foundation winners

On Tuesday 12 February in the Auckland Town Hall 4 of our Year 13 Students were awarded a First Foundation Scholarship.   Nathahlia Payne , Isabella Van Stipriaan-Huik,Harleen Rangi Singh and Nellina Vaovasa

Latisha Ah-Chee who was a Year 13 student last year was also awarded a scholarship funded by Barfoot and Thompson. Latisha is studying Property and Law at the University of Auckland.

All students receive $12,000 to go towards their tertiary studies, a mentor for 4 years and support

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