Te Kura Tuarua o Turanga Wahine | Gisborne Girls' High School
WELCOME TO GISBORNE GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL
He kura ao, He ao kura ko
Photo above: 2014 Prefects
27 February: Athletic Sports Day
4 March: Eastwood Hill Day (Year 13)
5-6 March: Year 9 Camp
20March: Senior Report Evening
24-28 March: Summer Tournament Week
7-8 April: Year 9 & 10 Parent/Teacher conferencing (Monday pm/All day Tuesday)
9 April: Catch Up Day
17 April: End of Term 1
4th May: Start of Term 2
2014 PROSPECTUS & ENROLMENT FORMS for GISBORNE GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL and TAIRAWHITI SERVICES ACADEMY (TSA) are available on-line now.
Click ENROLMENTS tab above
Gisborne Girls' High School students,Turanga Wahine are our future: they are confident, connected, actively involved, accomplished lifelong learners.They are young women of integrity, self reliant, yet able to relate effectively with others and eager to take responsibility as citizens of their local, national and global communities.At Gisborne Girls' High School we recognise that a school is all about the future.It is about opportunity and success so that our young women can stride into their futures with confidence and the skills to make it work for them and their families,whanau and communities.It is about celebrating and acknowledging our strong history as it rests as the foundation for our continued success.It is about valuing the importance of iwi partnership and actively promoting the relationship inside the school and with the community of Te Tairawhiti. Most importantly it is about recognising and nurturing the individual strengths,talents and creativity of all our young women to build positive and focused futures.
We expect high standards, value and nurture individual strengths and strive for successand achievement for all of our young women.We appreciate that in the world of tomorrow the young women of Gisborne Girls' High School must be adaptable, dependable, confident and ready to face an ever changing world.