“At Tauranga Girls’ College we celebrate unity through diversity. Celebrating the individuality of our
students will only make us a more united school. Being unique is special and learning from others who are
not the same as us has only made us better people. Through the years here, we have become empowered
women by taking pride in who we are and in the school we attend.” ANA MORRIS, HEAD GIRL 2015
Student Council with its five Mini Councils, representing each of the Year Levels is chaired by the Head Girl and supported by a Deputy Principal. A wide range of activities throughout the year such as mufti days, festivals and special community projects are planned to support the local and college communities.
Executive Council is chaired by the Deputy Head Girl and supported by a Deputy Principal. Each of the prefects lead a subcommittee of students elected from all tutor groups with the goal of organising college activities. Committees include Community Service, Environment, International, Health and Social.
House Council with its four College Houses - Batten, Freyberg, Mansfield and Rutherford - is chaired by the Sports Captain and supported by a Deputy Principal and the Sports Co-ordinator. The council organises a wide variety of activities all designed to promote participation and the award of the prestigious Walsh Shield for Interhouse competition. The House Council manages and leads our annual Sports Awards ceremony.
Arts Council is chaired by the Arts Director and supported by a Deputy Principal. Each of the prefects leads a subcommittee of students representing Music, Performing Arts, Performing Technology, Nga Toi Maori and Visual Arts. A wide variety of activities throughout the year are planned for all students to participate in. The Arts Council manages and leads our annual Creative Arts Awards ceremony.
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