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Wellington East Girls' College has an enrolment scheme.  Girls living in our zone have automatic entry.  We also welcome enrolment of students from overseas.  

You may like to read our 2018 Education Review Office (ERO) report to get a sense of how the school is progressing and performing. 

Dates for 2019 Enrolment

  • 21 - 31 May 2018, School visits to distribute Prospectus
  • Thursday June 14th 2018, Open Afternoon/Evening at WEGC, 2:30-4:30 p.m. or 6:00-8:00 p.m. in the hall (with tours of the school)
  • 25 July 2018, Applications for Yr 9 enrolment interviews close
  • 30 July 2018, All Year 9 applications to be received by this date
  • 10 August 2018, Ballot for out of zone Year 9 places
  • 15 August 2018, Parents to be notified of Year 9 ballot outcomes
  • 20-24 August 2018, Enrolment interviews
  • 29 August 2018, Parents acceptance of Year 9 ballot places

Open Day 

Thursday 14 June 2018

2:30 - 4:30 pm or 6:00 - 8:00 pm in the school hall

We take pride in our open evening for Year 8s, where we showcase our students and their work. 


WEGC Open Evening gives parents and students the opportunity to get a feel for the culture of the school and the subjects offered.  There are classrooms set up with experiments and samples of student work, musical groups performing in the corridors, dramatic performances in the Drama Room and much more.  Dozens of students volunteer to work in labs and be tour guides and are available to answer your questions about our school.

Home Zone Boundary

Northern Boundary to a point on the harbour opposite the intersection of Brandon Street and Customhouse Quay.

Western Boundary south from the intersection of Brandon Street and Customhouse Quay along Willis Street. The boundary runs west at Aro Street up to the intersection of Aro and Durham Streets. Included are all house numbers on the north side to 168 Aro Street and all houses on the south side to the intersection of Aro and Durham Streets. Included are Boston, Epuni, and Alameda Streets and St Johns Tce. Houses in Devon Street, up to and including No 46, are included. All houses in Essex Street are included. The western boundary continues in a southerly direction to a point opposite the intersection of Karepa and Apuka Street. The boundary then turns west and continues west to the sea. All houses in Karori are excluded.  Southern Boundary the sea.  Eastern Boundary the sea.

Click to enlarge the example suburbs map

Click here for boundary map

How to enrol

Download our enrolment form - Year 9, 2019

Download our enrolment form - Year 10 - 13, 2019

Download our enrolment form - Year 9 - 10,  2018 

If you are an International Student click Here.  

Students in Year 8 at our in-zone Wellington Schools

Your school will receive a visit from our teachers who will give you a prospectus and invite you to our Open Afternoon/Evening which is on 14 June this year. You will be advised of an appointment time to come to the school with your parent/s or caregiver/s for an enrolment interview once your Enrolment Form has been received. You must bring a passport, birth certificate, proof of residency, and recent school reports to this interview if not provided with enrolment details. Your enrolment will usually be confirmed at the interview.

Other Students

Students may also enrol who have been at another secondary school in Wellington or elsewhere in New Zealand. The steps for enrolling in this case are as follows:

Write or call in for a prospectus: Contact Us Page. 2019 Prospectus can be downloaded here. Make an appointment for an enrolment interview. This will usually be with the Dean of your level.Bring a birth certificate, passport, proof of residency and any recent school reports or other relevant documents.


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