Epsom Girls' Grammar School
|Epsom Girls Grammar School|
|Type||State Single Sex Girls Secondary (Year 9–13) with Boarding Facilities|
|Motto||Latin: Per Angusta, Ad Augusta
(Through difficulties to greatness.)
|Ministry of Education Institution no.||64|
|Colour(s)||Navy and gold
|School roll||2228 (March 2015)|
|Website||Epsom Girls Grammar School|
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.
||This article's list of alumni may not follow Wikipedia's verifiability or notability policies. (June 2011)|
- Joanna Aitken - world medallist in gymnastics (aerobics) and dance
- Petra Bagust - television presenter 
- Helen Clark - Prime Minister of New Zealand (1999-2008); Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme
- Lucy Cranwell - botanist
- Miriam Dell - President National Council of Women 
- Jeanette Fitzsimons - Member of Parliament and former leader of the Green Party
- Kate Hawkesby - TV presenter
- Barbara Farnsworth Heslop (1925-2013) - immunologist
- Hayley Holt - ballroom dancer
- Rowena Jackson MBE - ballerina and later artistic director of the New Zealand Ballet Company
- Dorothy Jelicich - Member of Parliament for Hamilton West (1972–1975)
- Elizabeth Lamb - 2010 Commonwealth Games Representative
- Annalie Longo - New Zealand women's national football team player
- Marya Martin - flautist 
- Joan Metge - anthropologist 
- Brenda Perry - tennis player 
- Kayla Pratt - NZ Rowing Junior Women's Quad
- Kim Annette Robertson athlete
- Greer Robson - actress
- Wilma Smith - lead violinist in the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra
- Freda Stark - dancer 
- Olivia Tennet - actress
- Karen Walker - fashion designer
- Hannah Wall - NZ U20 women football player
- Augusta Wallace - judge
- Lois White - artist 
- Vivienne Ullrich QC- District Court Judge
- "Directory of Schools - as at 7 April 2015". New Zealand Ministry of Education. Retrieved 2015-04-08.
- "Decile Change 2014 to 2015 for State & State Integrated Schools". Ministry of Education. Retrieved 12 February 2015.
- "To the Epsom Girls Grammar School Community". Epsom Girls Grammar School. Archived from the original on 2009-01-29.
- Robyn Langwell (23 December 2007). "Principal's shock exit from Epsom Girls". New Zealand Herald.
- "8th World Championships 2004". European Union of Gymnastics. Retrieved 26 January 2010.
- "News from DANZ". Dance Aotearoa New Zealand. 22 October 2007. Retrieved 2010-01-28.
Book of Memories: Epsom Girls Grammar School 1917-1992
Epsom Girls Grammar School golden jubilee 1917-1967