Course Selection

Students are currently finalising course selections for next year with ako teachers and deans.  They have a physical copy of the course selection booklets - here is an electronic copy of the same information.  Click on this article link to view the PDF file.

Note:  Page 15 is useful for an overview of all subjects offered and whether they have pre-requisites.  Page 13 is useful to see which areas qualify for University Entrance, which is a goal for some Year 13 students.


Senior Report Evening

A reminder that parent-teacher interviews for students in Years11-13 are this week.  They are Wednesday July 2nd, from 4.30pm to 7pm.  This year we are switching to an electronic booking system and instructions on this were enclosed with the recent reports.  If you need an electronic copy, please click this link.  Junior report evening is early next term, on Thursday July 24th.

Great Start to the Season

The Senior A Netball team are through to the televised final of the Sky Sports college knock-out tournament, where they'll face national school champions, Auckland Girls' Grammar.  Captain Mila Reuelu- Buchanan has also been named in the NZ Secondary Schools team, with Tenika Leota named in the Aotearo Maori schools team.


Softball - National Champs!

The WEGC won the national final with an amazing score of 15-3 and five players and the coach were named in the tournament team, with Mereana being named tournament MVP. Congratulations girls! We are so proud of you!   See more photos here and read about them in the Dominion Post.


You can now download the free WEGC app for your Apple iOS or Android phone or tablet.  It includes school notices, links to the website, facebook, moodle and KAMAR portal, school calendar, newletters and 'contact us' details.  It will be one way we get out emergency alerts as well.  See more information at the app store. 

International Women's Day

Head Prefect, Jessica Dellabarca, and BOT Prefect, Zarrin Sinclair, went to event at Parliament for International Women’s Day.  A highlight was the insightful and witty speech by Dame Anne Salmond.