Auckland Girls' Grammar School
Auckland Girls' Grammar School (AGGS) is a New Zealand secondary school for girls located in Newton, in the Auckland central business district. Established in 1888, it is one of the oldest secondary institutions in the country. The school received the Goodman Fielder awards for School and Secondary School of the year in 2000.
|Auckland Girls' Grammar School|
The school seen from Hopetoun Street, looking north
Howe Street, Newton, Auckland
|Type||State single-sex girls' secondary school (Years 9–13)|
|Motto||Latin: Per Angusta Ad Augusta|
"Through trials to triumph"
|Colour(s)||gold, navy blue|
|School roll||1013 (March 2019)|
Last visited by Education Review Office on 11 October 2015. The next review is due in 1–2 years (2016–2017).
Auckland Girls' Grammar School had 1343 students enrolled and is 100% female. The number of international students was at 29. The racial mark up of the school was as follows: 24% Māori, 19% Samoan, 14% Tongan, 9% New Zealand European (Pākehā), 7% Asian, 6% Indian, 11% as other ethnicity.
- Frankie Adams – actress
- Zoë Bell – stuntwoman and actress
- Sue Bradford – politician, activist and former Green MP
- Dorothy Butler – author
- Sandra Coney – journalist and women's rights activist
- Kayla Cullen – athlete, Northern Mystics and NZ Silver Ferns
- Lana Coc-Kroft – NZ Miss Universe 1988, television presenter
- Emily Karaka – artist
- Golriz Ghahraman – politician and Green MP, former United Nations lawyer
- Parris Goebel – international choreographer
- Katrina Grant – athlete, NZ Silver Ferns
- Siositina Hakeai – athlete
- Hon. Laila Harré – union leader, politician, former Alliance MP and Minister of Women's Affairs, Minister of Youth Affairs, Minister of Statistics, Associate Minister of Labour and Commerce
- Doreen Lumley – athlete
- Rose Matafeo – comedian, television presenter
- Ani O'Neill – artist
- Merimeri Penfold – Maori educator
- Sheryl Scanlan – netball player
- Miriama Smith – actress
- Kahurangi Taylor – Miss New Zealand 2008
- Munokoa Tunupopo – athlete, Auckland and White Ferns
- Hon. Dame Georgina Manunui te Heuheu – politician, former National MP and Minister for Courts, Minister of Women's Affairs, Minister of Pacific Island Affairs, Minister for Disarmament and Arms Control, Associate Minister of Maori Affairs
- Poto Williams – politician and Labour MP, Assistant Speaker of the New Zealand House of Representatives
- Tammy Wilson – Black Ferns
- Tiana Epati – President of the New Zealand Law Society
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- "Decile Change 2014 to 2015 for State & State Integrated Schools". Ministry of Education. Retrieved 25 April 2018.
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- "Frankie wants to go to Hollywood". SUGA Magazine. 1 October 2013. Retrieved 25 April 2018.
- "Zoë Bell". IMDb. Retrieved 25 April 2018.
- "Old Girls' Achievers". Auckland Girls' Grammar School. Retrieved 25 April 2018.
- "Lana Coc-Kroft, comfortable in her own skin". The New Zealand Herald. 14 March 2003. Retrieved 25 April 2018.
- Cadzow, Jane (13 December 2016). "How Parris Goebel went from high school drop-out to hip-hop dance queen". The Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 25 April 2018.
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- "Story: Lumley, Bernice and Lumley, Doreen". Retrieved 25 April 2018.
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- "Meet Tiana Epati - NZ Law Society". www.lawsociety.org.nz. Retrieved 5 September 2019.
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