Empowering our young women through learning has been a central message in the academic life of St Margaret’s College. Being effective communicators, confident, collaborative, self-managers and flexible, critical thinkers are all attributes that significantly influence the girls’ academic success and life beyond school.
2016’s Year 13 students did themselves proud with outstanding NCEA and International Baccalaureate results and they have gone on to tertiary education, with over 40 scholarships between them, as balanced, resilient and reflective individuals ready to live and lead in the world.
Class of 2016 Destinations
|Destinations||No. of Students|
|University of Otago||23|
|University of Auckland||17|
|University of Canterbury||13|
|Victoria University of Wellington||13|
|Gap Year 2017||10|
|Ara Institute of Canterbury||3|
|Auckland University of Technology||2|
|University of Virginia||1|
|Le Cordon Bleu||1|
|New Zealand School of Tourism||1|
|Fields of Study||No. of Students|
|Speech & Language||1|