Erskine College, Wellington
|Architectural style||French Gothic and Edwardian collegiate architecture|
|Location||Corner Avon Street and Melbourne Road, Island Bay, Wellington, New Zealand|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||John Sydney Swan|
Erskine College is a collection of historic buildings and landscapes (including the Chapel of the Sacred Heart and Main Block Convent) in Wellington, New Zealand.
The name was changed to Erskine College in the late 1960s to avoid confusion with Sacred Heart College, Lower Hutt; being named after Mother Janet Erskine Stuart, the fifth Superior General of the Society of the Sacred Heart.
- "Erskine College (Former)". Register of Historic Places. Heritage New Zealand. Retrieved 21 December 2009.
- "Erskine College demolition underway as massive development begins". Stuff. Retrieved 7 January 2019.
- "Wellington.scoop.co.nz » Farewell to a heritage building". Retrieved 7 January 2019.
- Erskine College chapel will finally be strengthened
- Erskine College's Chapel of the Sacred Heart on Wellington City Councils Heritage List
- Erskine College Chapel, plan by John Swan
- Erskine College's main block on Wellington City Councils Heritage List
- video about Erskine College on YouTube
- Erskine College Conservation Plan 2015