Top Stories

This space features our Top Stories that highlight recent successes and important messages for our whānau of Hamilton Girls’ High School. 

Seven HGHS Old Girls in the Black Ferns 7s team

The latest to join this legacy is 2021 Sports Captain, Kelsey Teneti, who was signed earlier this year.

Kelli Brown in the Wellington Pheonix

Recent alumni Kelli Brown brings a piece of rural Waikato to the Women’s A-league of professional football.

From School to Professional Netballer

Ivari attended HGHS from 2017 – 2021. Even as a junior, Ivari Christie was destined for great things on the netball court.

NEW ZEALAND U16 Girls Touch Team selected

Eleina Ieremia and Maia-Jane Karena have been selected for the New Zealand U16 Girls Touch Team

NZ Bronze for Losaline Lose

As a year 11 student, Melelosaline finished on the podium for New Zealand U18 Discus.

NZ Women's Squash Doubles Champion

Year 12 student, Sophie Hodges, continues to build on her success in squash with her open women’s national title.

Maadi Cup rowers make history!

HGHS walked away with not one but two well-deserved gold medals at the 2022 Aon Maadi Cup!

"Most Authentic Elizabethan Production”

HGHS Student Directed scene from Much Ado About Nothing has won the award for the ‘Most Authentic Elizabethan Production” at the National Sheilah Winn Shakespeare Festival.

Pippa Mihaka Swims in Gold

Pippa Mihaka, travelled to Wellington during the school holidays  to compete at the National Age Group Swimming (NAGS) Championships

Tainui Ngā Manu Kōrero Speech Competition

Reipae Dunn did us all proud in the Korimako Senior English section of the Tainui Ngā Manu Kōrero Speech Competition, achieving 3rd place overall.

Ki O Rahi National Champions!

Our team standing proud as national Ki O Rahi champions after the Matariki tournament in Rāhui Pōkeka

Recent Sporting Success

Our sports teams and individual athletes consistently perform at the highest level nationally.