Sisterhood at Rangi is about a strong sense of belonging to a diverse group of mana wahine who come to school each day knowing they are cared about, can be themselves and are encouraged and enabled to be their best. Rangi Sisterhood is driven by students, who work together to build our school community and encourage each other to focus on the wellbeing of themselves and those around them.
When your daughter joins the Rangi sisterhood, she also joins a competitive, supportive and passionate Clan. Our six Clans, named after Scottish castles, celebrate our heritage and provide the springboard for school spirit. Vertical in nature, connecting students from Year 7 to Year 13, Clans allow students to collaborate and compete in sporting, cultural and artistic endeavours, all contributing to the coveted Clan Cup.
Daughters of Rangi Alumnae follow in their families’ Clan footsteps, celebrating our shared legacy and a profound sense of belonging. Clans allow our students to be themselves and be their best, whether it be on the sports track, in the pool, on the stage or in the arts studio.
Clans nurture courage, celebrate both participation and achievement in equal measure, and encourage students to think creatively, act with compassion and develop confidence.
He aroha whakatō, he aroha puta mai.
If kindness is sown, then kindness is what you shall receive.