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Passionate learners, resilient women, future leaders.

He manawa reurere, he māreikura aumangea, he rangatira mō anamata.

Principal's Message

Kia Ora and welcome to Queen Margaret College, Wellington’s leading independent girls’ school. We provide a world class education for girls from Year 1–13 and also have a co-educational Preschool and boarding facility onsite.

Our students are empowered to live, learn and lead in our holistic environment, which provides ample opportunities in leadership, sport and cultural activities. Although our school is built on the values of Presbyterianism we welcome girls from all religions and backgrounds.

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The Latest News

An image of Arshiya Tuli at Prize Giving. She is holding her certificate in front of her body and is facing the camera.
Junior School creative writing competition winner: Arshiya Tuli

Year 5 student Arshiya Tuli was the winner of this year’s Junior School Creative Writing Competition. Judge Bryce Galloway, writer and Senior Lecturer at Massey School of Art, said her…

An image of hannah McCadden at Prize Giving. She is looking down, smiling.
Middle School Creative Writing competition winner: Hannah McCadden

Year 10 student Hannah McCadden was the winner of the 2019 Middle School Creative Writing competition. Her poem, “Planet Everything”, was described by judge Bryce Galloway, writer and Senior Lecturer…

Lucy Poole receives an award from Principal Jayne-Ann Young. She is diagonally facing away from the camera. smiling down at her award. Jayne-Ann is smiling at Lucy.
Senior Creative Writing Competition Winner: Lucy Poole

This year we had two Senior Creative Writing Competition winners: Libby Witheford-Smith (Year 12) and Lucy Poole (Year 13). Lucy’s piece “Ruminations on the Train” was described by judge Bryce…

Libby Witheford- Smith receives an award from Principal Jayne-Ann Young. She has her profile to the camera and is faced away.
Senior Creative Writing Competition winner: Libby Witheford-Smith

This year we had two winners of the Senior Creative Writing Competition, Libby Witheford-Smith (Year 12) and Lucy Poole (Year 13). Libby’s piece was described by  judge Bryce Galloway, writer…