Descendants of Founder ready for Centenary

Member of College and Old Girl Margaret Robertson (nee Craven) is the descendant of Reverend Dr James Gibb, one of the founders of Queen Margaret College. Margaret’s family has continued…

A black and white photo of Brittany Trilford, QMC Old Girl.

Following curiosities around the world

An Old Girl who made headlines around the world while still at school has gone on to make sure she sees it all. Brittany Trilford spoke at the opening of…

Fond memories of school days

Two of our eldest Old Girls Shirley McCormick (nee Allen) and Jean Galloway (nee Eder) fondly remember their time at QMC. Shirley attended QMC from 1931–1942, from Primary to 6th…

Success continues on the hockey field

One of our most recent Old Girls has continued her success on the hockey field after a huge 2017. Estelle Macadré has made the 2018 Under 21 New Zealand Hockey…

Old Girls’ Weekend

Queen Margaret College alumnae visited their former stomping ground on Friday 8 June and Saturday 9 June as part of the annual Old Girls’ Reunion Weekend. The weekend is an…

Jessie Prebble wins 2018 Zonta Science Award

Dr Jessica (Jessie) Prebble was awarded the 15th Biennial Zonta Science Award at a special ceremony in June. The Award was established by the Zonta Club of Wellington to further…

Journey of a lifetime

Every year the QMC Old Girls’ Association sponsors a scholarship for a Senior School student to embark on a life-changing expedition on the Spirit of Adventure. Current Year 13 student…

Year 13 Mentors’ Breakfast

At the beginning of Term 2 Year 13 students had the chance to celebrate and thank those who have helped them in their lives. The Mentor’s Breakfast is hosted by…

QMC student Paris Lokotui playing for the 2018 BEKO Central Squad.

BEKO squad beckons Paris

A talented QMC netballer has made the Central BEKO squad and will play regionally this season. Year 12 student Paris Lokotui is one of just two High School students to…

Laura Davison with QMC Old Girl Chelsea Qian.

Maintaining relationships in Shanghai

Our Director of International Students Laura Davison spends time in Shanghai every year as maintaining global relationships is so pivotal for our student wellbeing. Queen Margaret College welcomes students from…