We are an Anglican school and a faith inclusive community, represented by many denominations. Chapel life lies at the heart of our College.
Chaplaincy and pastoral care
We are committed to the spiritual and emotional wellbeing of our students, their families and our staff. Providing a true sense of support and community, Reverend Stephanie takes time to understand the emotional needs of our girls, without judgment or preconceived ideas. She works closely with our teaching and boarding staff in fostering a sense of whānau throughout our College.
At Chapel Services, our Chaplain inspires and challenges students and offers prayers for wisdom, compassion, healing and comfort, and is supported by our students in worship.
Parents and families are welcome and encouraged to attend our Sunday evening services with our students, with family life a central part of our community. There are a number of Sunday Chapel services, with attendance of five chapels each year compulsory for students in Year 7-13.
Our vision is to create empathetic, confident and connected global citizens.