Epsom Girls' Grammar School

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Epsom Girls Grammar School
Silver Road,
Epsom, Auckland,
New Zealand
Coordinates 36°52′38″S 174°46′28″E / 36.87722°S 174.77444°E / -36.87722; 174.77444Coordinates: 36°52′38″S 174°46′28″E / 36.87722°S 174.77444°E / -36.87722; 174.77444
Type State Single Sex Girls Secondary (Year 9–13) with Boarding Facilities
Motto Latin: Per Angusta, Ad Augusta
(Through difficulties to greatness.)
Established 1917
Ministry of Education Institution no. 64
Principal Madeline Gunn
Colour(s) Navy and gold
School roll 2228[1] (March 2015)
Socio-economic decile 9Q[2]

Epsom Girls Grammar School is a state secondary school for girls ranging from years 9 to 13 in Auckland, New Zealand. It had a roll of 2,200 as of 2012, including a number of boarders who live in nearby Epsom House, making it one of the largest schools in New Zealand.

The principal is Madeline Gunn.[3] She succeeds a long line of distinguished educators such as Margaret Bendall and Miss Adams.[4]

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Book of Memories: Epsom Girls Grammar School 1917-1992

Epsom Girls Grammar School golden jubilee 1917-1967

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