Archive of: 2013

  • Great Expectations

    Great Expectations

    Great Expectations is the most challenging production Girls’ High has ever attempted. With no less than 68 separate scenes in which Charles Dickens’s sweeping classic tale of ambition, love, desire and revenge takes the action to as distinctly different locations as a crumbling mansion, a humble cottage, the London markets, the river Thames, a windswept graveyard and coastal marshes, the designers, builders, technicians and, of course, the actors who make up the Year 13 class are having to stretch every sinew of their imaginations and inventiveness.
  • Flux Dance Show

    Flux Dance Show

    Whangarei Girls' High School Dance Department invites you to their latest dance extravaganza "FLUX" by Year 10 and Year 12 students.
  • 2013 Bernina Northland Fashion Awards

    2013 Bernina Northland Fashion Awards

    Whangarei Girls’ High School was well represented at the 2013 Bernina Northland Fashion Awards.
  • RaiDiANCE Dance Concerts

    RaiDiANCE Dance Concerts

    ​Tickets for the RaiDiANCE Dance Concerts are now on sale at the WGHS office.
  • Winter Music Concert

    Thursday, 4 July 7pm in the WGHS Hall Theatre.
  • Ex-student Emma Phillips

    Ex-student Emma Phillips

    Ex Whangarei Girls’ High School student and 2007 Rising Star Award recipient, 22 year old Emma Phillips is now the sole European out of 180 young Chinese training at the Wuqiao Acrobatics School in Wuqiao, Hebei, China,
  • Opening Evening: 8th August

    Whangarei Girls' High School Open Evening - Thursday 8 August
  • Dance Workshop

    Dance Workshop

    Whangarei Girls' High School Year 12 student Kyra Kalkoof and fellow students take part in the New Zealand Dance Company workshop with dancer Tupua Tigafua.
  • Happy end

    Happy end

    Whangarei Girls' High School Drama Department presents HAPPY END.
  • Rachel Boyd - RSA Speech Winner

    Rachel Boyd - RSA Speech Winner

    Whangarei Girls' High School student Rachel Boyd impressed the judges in Wellington on Wednesday with an emotive speech about Victoria Cross winner James Ward.