Following recently released A-level Cambridge International Examination results, two ACG Parnell College students have received offers to the University of Cambridge, currently ranked the second-best university in the world.

With two A*s and an A grade, deputy head girl Ella-Rose Meagher has met the requirements to undertake a BA Honours in Education under the English, Drama and the Arts track at Gonville and Caius College. She said she was grateful to her teachers for the result.


Charli Miller is not a household name - yet.

But keep her name in mind because the talented St Peter's School student has her eyes firmly set on gold.

The steeplechaser and middle distance runner can boast a string of titles and records at just 15 years old.

Winning started when Charli competed in her first school cross country in Year 4. Since then, she has established new records in her favoured 2000-metre steeplechase event.


Four of our Member Schools put in outstanding performances at the Canterbury Rowing Championships on Lake Ruataniwha in Twizel this month.

More than 900 competitors from 28 clubs and schools in Canterbury competed.

It was a successful outing for Rangi Ruru Girls’ School, who won six golds, with two of those coming in the women’s novice eights and ​intermediate eights, two silver and three bronze medals.

St Margaret’s College were close behind, winning five golds and four silvers.


St Margaret's College student Aimee Taylor has been awarded a $28,000 scholarship to the International College of Hotel Management (ICHM) in South Australia, to study for a Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management) and Bachelor of International Hotel Management (Swiss Hotel Association). Aimee was the only New Zealander to receive one of the five scholarships awarded by ICHM throughout Australia and New Zealand.


ACG Sunderland’s primary school production ‘For the Birds!’ wrapped up last week, raising more than $1,000 for NZ Forest and Bird.

The novel, bird-themed production was devised by music teacher Dan O’Connor, who transformed well-known Kiwi books and music into a musical production involving almost 120 primary school children from preschool to Year 5. Props, scenery and costumes were all made from recycled or re-used materials.