WEGC Swim Team win the CSW Huia Cup

 Last night the WEGC swimming team won the CSW Huia Cup.

The cup has been going since 1988 and WEGC has won it 4 times: 2005, 2007, 2014 and 2015. 

  • 1st -Wellington East Girls’ College 104
  • 2nd -Wellington Girls 84
  • 3rd – Chilton 39


Junior Report Evening and Online Booking

Junior Report Evening with subject teachers is Tuesday 30th June 4.30 - 7.30 pm.   Please report to Hall Foyer 5 minutes before first appointment.
Because of construction, there is no parking on site. Parking will be available at Wellington College.
Click on the below file for instructions on how to use the online booking system.

WEGC 90th Reunion - Labour Weekend 2015

The registration for and full programme for the reunion are now online here.

Updates will also be put on the WEGC 90th Reunion Facebook Page.


  • From 6pm: registration and mocktails at school. Opening by Annette King. Entertainment from current students. Prizes for best dress, with the theme 'dress to impress'.


  • 9.30am Registration and morning tea
  • 10.30am Welcome back assembly with the principal and special guest speaker, Jennifer Ward-Lealand
  • 11.30am onwards - events at school. Photos, photo-booth, tours, entertainment from current students. Optional lunch.
  • 7pm - dinner at The Pines
  • There will also be a basketball tournament for old girls running on the Saturday.  To express interest in the basketball tournament email kate.judge@wegc.school.nz


Ra Haka 2015

This year, around 30 Wellington East Girls’ College Students represented the school at the annual Ra Haka Day at ASB Arena. Ra Haka was created by the Kaahui Kaiako Maori o Te Whanganui a Tara (Wellington Maori Teachers' Association) in 2010. The objectives were to encourage whakawhanaungatanga, manaakitanga, ako, kaitiakitanga, rangatiratanga, and leadership amongst our students and colleges in the area of Wellington to Otaki. We have 32 secondary schools/wharekura in this region. In the past, the Wellington region has not been strong in representing haka from our region, so Ra Haka is an opportunity to share haka, waiata, stories and the history of this area. 

Ra Haka 2015



School Council

Congratulations to the girls who will make up the School Council team  supporting the prefects, Bronnie and Kellie, in organising events like the Food Fair on Friday May 1st.   Click here for a list of other prefects.

  • Year 10 - Georgia Brown, Greer Forde-MacNaughton, Alex Hewison-Burch, Emily Yee
  • Year 11 - Tara Cleverley, Kate Green, Sophie Reedy-Young, Trinity Scott
  • Year 12 - Raukura Doyle, Rubie Inch, Tessa Parker, Wallis Turner-Holmes
  • Year 13 - Ngaere Jenkins, Yuvika Kumar, Shafina Mustafa, Scarlett Tacon

East students off to Silicon Valley!

On Saturday 27 September, a group of around 40 East students and four staff will depart for Silicon Valley! The trip has been designed to give Digital Technologies students from East a first hand experience of what it would be like to work in the IT industry and includes visits to Google, Facebook and Microsoft. The trip has been two years in the making, and has received quite a lot of press - some of which can be accessed via the links below: