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Sally’s Story

Sally has a diverse background in sales, marketing, HR, recruitment, hospitality, events and veterinary nursing—but her true passion is all things equestrian. She has loved riding since she first started at just six-years-old, and has spent over 20 years volunteering behind the scenes at local and national competitions. Sally has been Rangi Ruru’s Equestrian Programme Manager since 2021.

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Holly’s Story

Holly is a passionate scuba diver. She is currently studying Marine Science at the University of Otago, and hopes to become a marine biologist or ocean conservationist so she can protect the underwater ecosystems she loves.

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Una’s Story

Una (they/them) is a national athletics record holder who hopes to not only compete at the Paralympics one day, but also to help open up conversations around disability and inclusion. Una is involved in choir and performing arts, as well as LGBTQIA+ and sustainability initiatives.

“At Rangi, our girls have been challenged to be bold, learnt that success comes from hard work, and have developed into humble but confident young women with a community conscience.”

– Charlotte & Paul, Rangi Parents 2013 – 2019

Developing the Whole Girl

Our teaching and learning programmes are designed to extend girls’ thinking and help them make the most of the opportunities offered to them.



We provide a safe, secure and caring environment where students can focus on learning, discover new opportunities, and have fun at the same time.

“It is essential that we deliver our curriculum in the way that girls learn best which is through collaboration, discussion, and providing them with a wide range of opportunities especially in innovation.”

– Dr, Sandra Hastie, Principal

A Campus Like No Other

Rangi Ruru has a picturesque campus with the historic homestead Te Koraha at the
heart of the school, surrounded with beautiful gardens and green spaces. Rangi Ruru’s campus has been designed around the needs of tomorrow’s women leaders, focused on personalised learning and grounded in best practice teaching and learning.


Coming From Overseas?

Rangi Ruru Girls’ School welcomes small numbers of International Students from a number of different countries. We enjoy having them as part of our school family, with the opportunity for students and staff to learn more about their cultures and beliefs.


We believe sustainable schools are a great place to learn, where students develop their learning with a strong sense of global citizenship.


We host a number of events throughout the year for our community, and those interested in joining Rangi.