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.)
|Established||12 February 1917|
|Ministry of Education Institution no.||64|
|Colour(s)||Navy and gold
|School roll||2214 (February 2017)|
|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.
- Petra Bagust - television presenter
- Helen Clark - 37th Prime Minister of New Zealand
- Miriam Dell - President, National Council of Women
- Rowena Jackson MBE - ballerina and later artistic director of the New Zealand Ballet Company
- Dorothy Jelicich - Member of Parliament for Hamilton West (1972–1975)
- Marya Martin - flautist
- Joan Metge - anthropologist
- Hannah O'Neill - principal ballerina at the Paris Opera Ballet
- Wilma Smith - lead violinist in the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra
- Freda Stark - dancer 
- Olivia Tennet - actress, dancer 
- Karen Walker - fashion designer
- Lois White - artist 
- Susan Moller Okin - feminist philosopher
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- "Decile Change 2014 to 2015 for State & State Integrated Schools". Ministry of Education. Retrieved 12 February 2015.
- "Senior Leadership Team". Retrieved 2 April 2016.
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- "Founders' Awards" (PDF). 2007.
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- "Kiwi ballerina Hannah O'Neill wins top dance prize". New Zealand Herald. 2016-05-18. ISSN 1170-0777. Retrieved 2016-06-05.
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- "Olivia Tennet". Linkedin.com.
- Hewitson, Michele (20 June 2007). "Genius at work - Karen Walker". The New Zealand Herald.
- "White, Anna Lois – Biography – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand". teara.govt.nz.
Book of Memories: Epsom Girls Grammar School 1917-1992
Epsom Girls Grammar School golden jubilee 1917-1967