AVONSIDE GIRLS

Educating and empowering young women to achieve now and in the future.

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ABOUT AVONSIDE GIRLS’ HIGH

Co-located site, sharing the Orua Paeroa campus with partner school, Shirley Boys’ High School.

Our school has a long and proud history in our city. Established over 90 years ago, our school has developed to meet the needs of students throughout the years, and offers innovative future-focused curriculum, high academic standards and a broad range of co-curricular activities that enrich school life for students. Our highly qualified and experienced staff encourage girls to excel in a positive and focused learning environment.

Following the devastation of the 2011 Christchurch earthquakes, Avonside Girls’ High School has been rebuilt on a new co-located site, sharing the Orua Paeroa campus with partner school, Shirley Boys’ High School, with each school retaining its unique culture and identity and teaching spaces but sharing some key facilities. Just one year into operation, the schools’ facilities are the envy of many and staff and students alike enjoy the opportunities the new campus offers.

Senior Prize-giving 2020

7pm on 11 November in the Large Theatre

AVONSIDE NEWS

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AVONSIDE GIRLS HIGHSCHOOL

Tatler - September

Student Success – Alisha Mill

A massive congratulations to Alisha Mill who won GOLD at the National Championships for Boccia! read more

Amelia Sykes – Student Success

Congratulations to AGHS Student, Amelia Sykes who won the Under 17 NZ Secondary School 4000m Sprint and Under 17 Road Race during the holidays! read more

Ava Henderson & Leah Wilson – Student Success

A massive congratulations to Ava Henderson and Leah Wilson who took out first and second place in their grade at the NZ Surfing Champs and helped... read more

Combined Adventure Racing Team Success!

Congratulations to the combined Adventure racing team who came second overall in Wednesdays race. read more