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OUR PROMISE

At Rangi Ruru we believe that a quality education is a gift for Life

Through the generosity of spirit from our entire community we continue to ensure that Rangi Ruru provides an opportunity for every girl.

We believe that together we can achieve great things and continue to build on the outstanding legacy created in 1889 by the passionate and generous Gibson Sisters and all those who have followed.

Generosity of Spirit is one of our key values and our annual appeal provides an opportunity to reconnect with our Rangi family and community to ask for their continued support.

Our RANGI RURU VALUES
Respect
Aroha
eNdeavour and eNthusiasm
Generosity of Spirit
Integrity

In 2017 we are asking for your support of our Stellar Music Scholarship and the Principal’s Koha Fund.

The Stellar Music Scholarship offers several new music scholarships and grants, enhances the current music programme with further opportunities to learn through additional workshops and masterclasses and invites local, national and international talent to mentor and inspire.

The Principal’s Koha Fund allows us to support our current families / whanau during times of hardship. This is a confidential arrangement between the school and family and provides support and peace of mind during this difficult time.

Rangi Ruru continues to grow due to the generosity and passion of its people. Your contribution WILL make a difference to many girls.

Thank you in advance.

Dr Sandra K Hastie
Principal

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Top South Island Girls Hockey Team

The Federation Cup showcases the best of the best teams available throughout New Zealand.

Our Rangi Ruru First XI finished TOP South Island Schoolgirls Hockey Team and Second in New Zealand.

“Our success is due to quality coaching, our support team (which includes nutrition, strength, conditioning and mental performance coach) and of course our hardworking, motivated and talented students.  Many were studying for exams at the same time.  Our programme and environment support our girls to attain the success they, and we as a school, achieve.” Ms Jo Fogarty, Director of Sport