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Why Westlake

Westlake Girls High School is a state secondary school for girls with approximately 2,300 students, situated on the North Shore of Auckland City.

We offer NCEA as an academic pathway to University Entrance, and we are recognised both nationally and internationally as a school with an outstanding level of achievement in academic studies, music and sports.

As well as academic programmes, we have many other programmes of interest to international students wishing to broaden their skills in hospitality, media studies, child development and outdoor education.

The school has state-of-the-art audio visual interactive facilities, and there is high speed internet access in all classrooms. Classrooms and learning spaces are modern and well equipped, and the grounds are attractively landscaped. Canteen facilities provide a variety of nutritious hot and cold food.

Renown particularly for our music and sporting accomplishments, Westlake students have achieved in national and international competitions across a wide range of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. We pride ourselves on our diverse, inclusive community, and celebrate a range of cultural festivals and other celebrations throughout the year.

Westlake is a home away from home where you daughter will be able embrace a wide range of activities, make new friends and enjoy a quality education.

Please see our Prospectus in a range of languages below.

Giving Day - 28 October 2020

We are very excited to announce the first-ever Westlake Girls High School Giving Day. The building of our new Event Centre is coming along nicely, however we are seeking the community's help to get us over the line with our funding shortfall. We are aiming to raise $20,000 by midnight on Wednesday 28 October for our Event Centre - which will become the hub of our school community. You don't need to wait until the 28th - we are happily accepting donations now!

Click here to find out more, invest in the future of our students, and become part of Westlake's history.