Five QMC students standing with their products at the merchandise table at Centenary Weekend

Centenary merchandise

Rosa Findlay, Brooke Raitt, Isobel Scherf, Siobhan Murray and Bridget Olphert at Centenary Weekend From deciding on products to developing and selling them at the merchandise table at Centenary Weekend,…

Centenary celebrations a hit

The Poly Club performs at the Cocktail function Nearly 1,000 people turned up to celebrate Queen Margaret College’s Centenary Weekend at the beginning of June. Old Girls, past and present…

The toughest girls in town

It’s official – our senior students are the most resilient in Wellington, based on their efforts at the regional Tough Guy and Gal Challenge in May Year 12 and 13…

Creative wearable art displays around the city

Three Year 13 Materials Technology students have created wearable art garments now on display around Wellington. Emma Coleman, Isabel Nicholls and McKenzie Still have been working on their projects since...
A close-up image of Bridget on board the Spirit of Adventure sailing ship.

Journey on the Spirit of Adventure

Every year the Old Girls’ Association sponsors a scholarship for a Senior School student to embark on a life-changing journey with the Spirit of Adventure. Year 13 student Bridget Olphert…

A picture of Ivy McLean hitting a tennis ball during a game of tennis.

Tennis superstar has sights set high

After yet another successful season on the courts, one of our Senior School students has her sights set on studying internationally once she leaves school. Lochleven House Prefect Ivy McLean…

USA trip broadens horizons

Year 12 and 13 History and Media Studies students travelled to the USA in the April School Holidays to discover more about the how media has affected history in the…

An image of two students looking through the QMC School Archives.

Discovering our past

A group of students have spent their lunchtimes discovering the lives of past students. The Archive Club was started in 2018 by Head of Humanities Nadine Allen. The club gives…

The QMC Relay for Life team

Over $36,000 raised for Cancer Society through Relay for Life

Despite terrible weather, over 100 Year 11–13 students ran the Relay for Life in April this year, raising over $36,000 for the Cancer Society in the process. Hobson Prefect Jourdan…

Year 12 students on camp.

EOTC activities develop resilience

Every year, our Middle and Senior School students head outside for a week to learn beyond the four walls of a classroom. Education outside the classroom (EOTC) week happens at…