How to enrol
Enrolment at Southland Girl’s High School is simple.
We encourage parents and whanau to apply online or alternatively you can collect an enrolment pack from the school office during school hours.
The following documents must be supplied at the time of enrolment:
- Copy of Birth Certificate or valid Student’s Passport (Photo Page)
- Permanent Residence Permit – (only required if a citizen of another country)
- Copy of Student Visa and Parents Visas – if applicable
- Immunisation Certificate – if applicable
- Court Documents i.e. custodial agreements can be brought in at time of student’s interview
All applicants are interviewed by a member of our Senior Leadership Team prior to starting as a student at Southland Girls’ High School. This allows the school to begin the building of a partnership that includes home, the student and the school. During this conversation, we will learn about your daughters interests, abilities and any additional information that will allow the school to ensure a successful transition to Southland Girls’ High School.
On acceptance at Southland Girls’ High School each family will receive an email confirming your daughter’s enrolment to SGHS.
Key Dates – 2020
|Tuesday 21 July||Enrolments open|
|Thursday 30 July||Open Day, 3:00 pm – 6:30 pm|
|Monday 3 August – Friday 14 August||Individual School Tours|
|Friday 28 August||Enrolments close|
|Friday 4 September||Acceptance letters emailed|
|Wednesday 14 October||Options Expo:
12 noon – 1 pm
4 pm – 5:30 pm.
|Friday 13 November||New Entrant day, 9:00 am – 12 noon|
For further information please contact the school.
Phone: 03 211 6030
If you are an International Student, please refer to the International Enrolment process here.
“Southland Girls’ High School continues to be a high performing school. Learning information shows that students achieve and progress very well at Southland Girls’ High School. Students benefit from a highly responsive and thoughtfully designed curriculum. Teachers and leaders have a relentless focus on all students making sufficient progress in their learning throughout their schooling.”
– ERO Report (2017)