Below are some answers to the questions that we are most frequently asked.
If you cannot find the answer to a question you may have, please contact our friendly staff in Admissions who will be happy to help with your query
Admissions phone 09 529 5750 or email
When should I apply?
We encourage applications to be submitted at least one year prior to entry.
Later applications will be considered at any time, dependent on availability of space.
Please contact the Admissions Office for further information.
Girls' School Online Enrolment Application
Girls' School Attendance Costs
At which year levels can students join the School?
Our major intake years are New Entrants (five years old) and Year 7.
Students may join the School at any year level if places are available.
Is there an opportunity for me to see the School before I submit an application?
We hold an Open Days in March and Campus Tours throughout the year.
Are there any criteria for acceptance?
All applications receive our consideration. Priority is given to students transferring from Saint Kentigern Preschool and to current Saint Kentigern families.
What happens at the interview?
Interviews are conducted by the Principal and take place in an encouraging and friendly atmosphere with the parents present throughout. It is normal that the Principal will direct some questions to the prospective student (this will vary according to the age of the student) and record notes during the interview, which will last approximately 30 minutes.
Do you cater for students of all ability levels?
We provide education opportunities aligned to the interests and abilities of individual students. There is a well-established system of support for all learners whether they require extension or learning support.
Do I have to reapply for my child to continue their education at Saint Kentigern College?
All Saint Kentigern Girls’ School students are offered priority acceptance to attend Saint Kentigern College, without the need to re-apply.
Are there Scholarships available?
We offer a number of scholarships to accomplished students whose circumstances would otherwise preclude their enrolment. These awards, both academic and all-round, are available to students in Year 6 at a New Zealand school, offering them a place for entry in Year 7. The scholarships contribute up to half of the annual tuition fees for two years (Year 7 and Year 8).