Waikato Diocesan School for Girls is a state-integrated Anglican school with a roll of around 670 students, including 160 boarders. Our school has well-established traditions of excellence and is widely recognised as one of the highest performing schools in New Zealand, with an enviable record of academic, sporting and cultural achievements.
Underpinning all that we do at Dio is the Anglican faith. One of the ways that we support this is through our understanding and putting into action of our Dio values of Courage, Empathy, Integrity, Tolerance, Respect and Diligence:
Kia maataatoa – to be courageous
Kia ngaakau aroha – to show empathy
Kia ngaakau pono – to have integrity
Kia ngaakau mahaki – to show tolerance
Kia ngaakau whakaute – to uphold respect
Kia pukumahi – to demonstrate diligence
Over the five years that our students spend with us, we explore our themes through the context of these values, which underpin everything that we do.
Authority: State : Integrated
Roll Total: 681
International roll: 33