Welcome to Westlake Girls High School Sport
Westlake Girls High School Sport

Sport plays an important part of a student’s time at Westlake Girls High School. The opportunities are plentiful for those that choose to 
represent the school in the sporting arena. Established in 1962, Westlake Girls High School is one of New Zealand’s leading sporting schools with a long-standing tradition and strong commitment to sporting excellence.

There are a number of different sports on offer ranging from Athletics to Yachting for the committed athlete to the social or for the beginner, there is a sport that will meet an individual’s needs. Participating in sport enables students to experience the special benefits that it offers while building a strong school spirit with staff, students and Westlake Community involved together. The aim is to foster an active participation, provide opportunities to develop personal and leadership skills, social interaction and a sense of fair play. 

The success of sport at Westlake Girls relies on volunteers working away in the background to promote individuals and teams. Each sport has a coordinator and relies on the support of staff, parents, caregivers and senior students for coaches and managers. Sport at Westlake Girls is user-pays. The Sports Department located in P9 provides information on all sporting activities and is open during school hours for queries.

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Water Polo - Newsletter for Open Night 2015

Water Polo - Newsletter for Open Night 2015 (PDF) more

Jul 27, 2015 at 11:31 a.m., WGHS admin
Football - Newsletter for Open Night

Football - Newsletter for Open Night (PDF) more

Jul 27, 2015 at 11:28 a.m., WGHS admin
CYGNET Brochure 2015

CYGNET Brochure 2015 more

Jul 23, 2015 at 02:43 p.m., WGHS admin
Westlake Girls Stay & Play Social Sport Series Term 3

Get your friends together and form a team to play in the inaugural social competitions of 4 A Side Tennis and 7 A Side Lacrosse. Both competitions are 5 weeks in duration held here at WGHS... more

Jul 17, 2015 at 09:47 a.m., WGHS admin
Westlake Girls Students Claim Two Bronze Cycling Medals

Year 9 students Cayleen Bester and Noya Oporto won bronze medals at the North Island Schools Cycling Championships in Karapiro. Both students competed in the Under 14 age group with Cayleen... more

Jul 17, 2015 at 09:45 a.m., WGHS admin
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