Epsom House


Boarding Positions 2019

  • Access to a state school with a tradition of academic excellence for young women from outside the Auckland area.
  • A wide range of courses and co-curricular activities in sports, culture, arts and leadership.
  • We encourage self-esteem and confidence with strong links between home and school.
  • Full board with weekend leave for young women from Year 9 to Year 13 with caring and supportive staff in a safe living environment.

Enrolments Close:
 Years 10-13   31 August 2018  

For further information contact:
Epsom House Administrator - Chris Barnes
Phone (09) 970 6808



Epsom House courtyard outside the Dining Room

Epsom House boarding facility is part of Epsom Girls Grammar School's long boarding tradition. It provides access to an excellent single sex education for young women from rural areas.

Epsom House provides accommodation for 150 girls from overseas and rural New Zealand. Epsom House is located within the school grounds. Facilities available include communal dining and recreational areas, private grounds and computer room. All students have their own rooms and their own email address to enable them to communicate with home.

The Principal has overall responsibility for Epsom House and is assisted by a member of the Senior Leadership Team and the Epsom House Assistant Principal Miss Lucy Pearse, who has responsibility for day to day management of the hostel and for the care and well-being of students.

Boarding fees for New Zealand residents are currently $12,760.00 including G.S.T. (with a yearly review) and acceptance into Epsom House is automatic acceptance into Epsom Girls Grammar School. All new entrants in Years 9 - 13 are required to pay an annual development levy of $2500. The development levy is due prior to commencement.

Mission Statement

Under the auspices of the Epsom Girls Grammar School Board of Trustees and in partnership with our community, we at Epsom House seek to provide a quality living environment which supports the learning needs of our students.

We promote and affirm personal excellence; achievement; confidence; respect and concern for others; a sense of community.

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