Our community has been built over more than 130 years, and is an important part of Rangi for our girls, their families, our staff and our wider community. Being part of a proud history of empowering girls to be their best, whilst having a strong sense of belonging is something we embrace. So many individuals and organisations have contributed to make Rangi what it is today, and we are forever grateful for those who have, and continue to, support our school. Through our Rangi Ruru Old Girls’ Association (RROGA) we formally encourage the continuation of the connections made at Rangi via reunions, and we host a number of community events for our families past, present and future throughout the year.
News and Events
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We have a modern campus with a range of spaces available for your next function.
We have a strong community of Alumnae, connected by friendship, sisterhood and ongoing support and involvement with Rangi.
Governance and The Foundation
The Board of Governors are responsible for the strategic direction of Rangi Ruru, providing the Senior Management Team with guidance and resources to deliver the best girls education in New Zealand.
For over 130 years Rangi has been at the forefront of girls education in New Zealand.
With the majority of the school’s tuition fees directed towards staff and operational costs Rangi Ruru relies on the support of its community to help prepare for future generations and to ensure the Gibson Sisters’ vision continues to soar.