• You can download and print an Enrolment form from the link on this page or complete the form and submit it online.  To do this you need to click on the  Parent Portal (top right hand of the web page) and then click on Enrolment  - here is the link to the ENROLMENT PORTAL.   

  • You can also contact our Enrolment Officer to have a prospectus mailed to you (containing an Enrolment Form) by phone, 307 4180, or by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

  1. The completed enrolment form must be accompanied by proof of NZ Citizenship or permanent residence – a copy of either a birth certificate or a passport. If your student was not born in NZ, we require a copy of her passport pages showing relevant visas along with a copy of the identity page.  

  2. We also require a copy of the student's most recent school report.  

  3. In zone students also need to submit evidence of an in-zone address; e.g. a recent rates bill or tenancy agreement, or a phone or power account.

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2024 Term Dates

  • 2024 TERM DATES 

    Term 1 2024

    Wednesday 31st January: Powhiri for Year 9 students and all new students

    Thursday 1st February: All Students Years 9-13 at school

    Tuesday 6th February: Waitangi Day

    Friday 29th March: Good Friday

    Monday 1st & Tuesday 2nd April: Easter Holidays

    Friday 12th April: End of Term 1 

    Term 2 2024

    Monday 29th April - Friday 5th July 

    Monday 3rd June: King's Birthday 

    Friday 28th June: Matariki

    Term 3 2024

    Monday 22nd July - Friday 27th September

    Friday 23rd August: Mid Term Break

    Term 4 2024

    Monday 14th October - Tuesday 10th December

    Monday 28th October - Labour Day


Kahurangi Enrolment

Ngā Tumanako o Kahurangi

Kahurangi students smallE ngā mana, e ngā reo, e ngā hau e whā Tēnā koutou katoa. I te tuatahi, me mihi atu ki tō tātou kaihanga. Ko ia te timatanga, ko ia te mutunga. Nāna nei ngā mea katoa. E tangi ana ki  a rātou mā, kua wehe atu ki te po. Haere, haere, haere atu ra. Rātou ki a rātou, tātou ki a tātou. Ko tātou te hunga ora. Nō reira, tēnā ano tātou katoa.

He pukapuka paku tēnei hei whakamarama atu i "Ngā Tūmanako o Kahurangi." I whakatūngia tēnei rōpu. Māori e ngā rōpu kaiako wahine toa hei whakamana i te reo me ona tikanga hei whakapakari, hei whakaatu hoki i te mana taitamawahine, i te mana Māori.

If you are interested in becoming part of our Kahurangi whanau, please indicate this on your daughter's enrolment form.   

A recent video of one of our Kahurangi parents talking about her daughter's experience in Kahurangi is in our video library. 

As this is a special programme, the normal ballot process for out of zone applications does not apply, however the number of places are limited, and all students and their whanau will be invited to an interview.

All Kahurangi Students will be expected to:

  • Be committed to the practice of Te Reo Maori me ona Tikanga. All students will take either Maori or Te Reo Rangitira as their language option and follow and uphold the tikanga of Nga Tumanako o Kahurangi.
  • Have excellent attendance and work habits. All prospective students must show evidence at their interview.
  • Make a commitment to being a part of one of the school Kapa Haka Roopu, and participate in Manu Korero competition. This will ensure that all the Kahurangi students are able to participate in powhiri and waiata.

If you would like more information, please do not hesitate to call the school office (09) 307 4180 or email 

Joey Rogers    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Te Pouwhakarae o Ngā Tūmanako o Kahurangi

School Uniform


The school requires students to wear the correct uniform at all times, including while travelling to and from school and attending any school commitments on or off school campus e.g. sports tours, cultural and educational excursions. The uniform is only available from the Uniform Group shop.

Black school shoes worn with plain white ankle socks/stockings or black sandals with a back strap. No boots are permitted.

AGGS PE Top is compulsory for Yr 9 & 10 students. Blue or black shorts or active wear to be worn.


Students are not permitted to wear make-up, nail varnish or jewellery, apart from a watch or Taonga. No body piercing other than one plain gold or silver stud or small slim sleeper in each ear. Hair must be tidy and natural in colour.  

Year 9 to 11 Compulsory: Blazer, Navy Stripe Blouse (short or long sleeve), Skirt (knee length or long), AGGS PE Top (optional), AGGS PE Shorts (optional).

Year 12 and Year 13 Compulsory: Blazer, Senior Shirt (short or long sleeve), Skirt (knee length or long), School Tie.

Optional extras for all year levels: Pants, Jersey, Jacket (softshell) and Scarf.


For Students wearing a hijab, these are to be black or blue. If you have a particular cultural or religious value that require a modification to our uniform, please discuss this with a member of the Senior Leadership Team.

Link to view Uniform Guide for all year levels. 

Link to The Uniform Shop for hours and pricing.

Getting to School

As an Inner City school, Auckland Girls' Grammar School is well serviced by public buses from all parts of Auckland. Students who catch buses, which do not run along K'Road get off at Symonds Street and walk to school (approximately 12 minutes). There is also a connecting bus from the Downtown Railway Station to the School.  For information about AT Hop Cards visit AT HOP

Coachways NZ Ltd is providing our School Bus service.  The bus routes and details of how to purchase tickets are available on our homepage under Important Information or visit the Auckland Girls's Grammar page at Coachways

From our Video Library