Welcome to AGGS


Brief History

aggs-history1In 1888 seventy-eight girls and five teachers entered the boys' Grammar School in Symonds Street, Auckland. Although on the same site they operated as two separate schools and much effort was put into keeping the boys and girls apart! The girls had their own quarters, a separate entrance and a 14-foot wall divided the playground.

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Vision & Mission Statement

Auckland Girls' Grammar School is committed to providing an education for young women which encourages achievement and self esteem, fosters a co-operative spirit and celebrates diversity so that students develop the knowledge, skills and values necessary to face the challenges of the future and to participate in a bi-cultural and ethnically diverse society.

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maori girlE nga mana, e nga reo, a nga hau e wha, tena koutou katoa. Ki nga tini mate kua wehe atu ki te po, haere atu ra. Ratou ki a ratou, tatou te hunga or ki a tatou. Tena hoki tatou katoa.
Nga Tumanako o Kahurangi is a whanau unit established in 1986. It is based on the principles of te reo and tikanga Maori, developing te taha hinengaro, tinana and wairua, mana wahine, and striving for excellence in all aspects of school life.

Kahurangi students have the same opportunities open to other students at Auckland Girls. They have extra kaupapa Maori activities and are nurtured in a Maori-based environment.

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