Are you ready to begin your Rangi journey?

Belonging. Friendship. Fun. Giving back.

We celebrate our diverse Rangi Ruru family and offer to extend the connection beyond school for Alumnae who live all over the world, are busy parents, farmers, entrepreneurs and more. Rangi Ruru Alumnae are supported by the Rangi Ruru Old Girls’ Association (RROGA). This group of volunteers, along with the School, create opportunities and events for Alumnae to network, reminisce and inspire each other.


2021 Reunions

It is with great disappointment that Rangi Ruru Old Girls’ Association will need to postpone the 2021 reunions once again.  With Covid 19 in the community the school’s management team have implemented strong health and safety measures for the current schooling community.  We respect the School’s guidelines with a high regard for the management team and their dedication to keeping the girls safe.  We apologise for any inconvenience incurred to attendees, we will continue to do our very best to make this happen for you at a later date.  Keep safe and keep in touch.

Update my details

We like to keep in touch with our Rangi family, but it can be hard when people move house, city or even country. Update your contact details so you can re-connect with old friends and even make new ones, plus we’ll be able to share Alumnae news and events with you.

RROGA Committee Members

Patron – Helen Kitson

Honorary life members – Helen Dunn, Deborah Errington, Jo Dodgshun, Robyn Cartwright


President – Rebekah Thomas-Hiddleston

Vice Presidents – Amanda Dick, Abby Thomas-Hiddleston

Honorary legal advisor – Aleisha Chadderton

Honorary accountant/treasurer – Charlotte Bryden

Secretary – Tamara Tait

Committee Members

Immediate Past President – Felicity Williams

Board of Governors Representative – Charlotte Gray

Mandy Brazier

Robyn Cartwright

Devanshi Gandhi

Janet McGiven

Helen Tait

Elizabeth Wright Stephanie Withell

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RROGA Magazine – 2021 Edition

Our annual RROGA Magazine is a celebration of the special place our Alumnae have at Rangi. Our 2021 edition celebrates a number of our rurally based Alumnae.