Scots College Year 13 student Andrew Tang has been one of just seven New Zealand students to receive the Royal Society Te Apārangi Scholarship from over 300 applications to visit the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Geneva, Switzerland and also to attend the London International Youth Science Forum (LIYSF).


Scots College are proud to share the success of four Old Boys who have been selected for national U20 sides to compete on the international stage.

Footballers Joe Bell and Sapreet Singh have been named in the NZ team for the FIFA Under-20 World Cup in South Korea. Then headed to Georgia to compete with the NZ U20 Rugby side are 2015 leavers Alex Fidow and Thomas Umaga-Jensen. Unfortunately Peter Umaga-Jensen is unable to play due to recent surgery.


If you're not already, here is one talented swimmer to keep an eye on. Lewis Clareburt has been selected to compete at the Youth Commonwealth Games in the Bahamas AND named in the Open Team for the Black Fins for surf lifesaving for International Surf Rescue

Lewis currently jointly holds the NZ Age Record in the 200 free with Danyon Loader and holds the NZ Age Group Record in the 400IM. As well as the swimming he holds four Wellington Surf Lifesaving Open Records and numerous Wellington Age Group Records.

Congratulations Lewis!


Year 11 student Chelsey Edwards has been selected into the NZ Commonwealth Youth Games team under the swimming.

Congratulations Chelsea!


Queen Margaret College was a hive of excitement this week at the opening of its new and improved Junior School playground.

The school was transformed with balloons, music, cupcakes and even a bubble machine for the opening ceremony, which was held on Tuesday, 2 May.

Parents and the wider school community, including representatives from the Parents’ Association and the Old Girls’ Association, joined students in celebrating this special occasion.