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Old Girls’ Association

Who We Are

The Woodford House Old Girls’ Association (WHOGA) is an integral link between the history of our school and the present school community. WHOGA has a membership of Old Girls across a vast array of year groups. WHOGA offers lifetime contact with school friends and peers, and helps organise events, reunions and get-togethers. The twice yearly Tempus magazine is sent to Old Girls with stories about current school activities, Old Girls news and notices, and information about upcoming reunions.

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Keeping In Touch

We love to hear from Old Girls and encourage you to keep us up-to-date with life after Woodford House, whether it be your graduation, change of address, marriages and births or any other interesting news and events.

By joining the WHOGA, you will be part of an active association that will help you stay in touch with friends, build personal and professional networks, and enjoy the wider Woodford House community in New Zealand and abroad.

For further information, please contact the Old Girls’ Executive Administrator, Sue McLean – whoga@woodford.school.nz

All correspondence can also be posted to:
Woodford House Old Girls’ Association
Private Bag 1001
Havelock North 4157

Old Girls’ Scholarships

The Woodford House Old Girls’ Association, along with investment from the Endowment Trust, provides scholarships for intending and present students. Any relationship to an Old Girl is an advantage but not essential. WHOGA aims to award these scholarships with the intention of making a financial difference, and by helping maintain strong family connections to Woodford House. All scholarship applications are due by the end of July each year.

For further information, please contact the Old Girls’ Executive Administrator, Sue McLean – whoga@woodford.school.nz

All correspondence can also be posted to:
Woodford House Old Girls’ Association
Private Bag 1001
Havelock North 4157