Enrolment Information

Year 9 20192020 Enrolment Process

Marlborough Girls’ College warmly welcomes all intending students for the 2020 and 2021 school year.  To enrol online now, please use the link below:


If you would like further assistance with online enrolment, please don’t hesitate to phone or come into our school and we can support you through this process.  

Once the online enrolment has been completed you will receive an email of acceptance. This will be followed up by the relevant Dean to organise a suitable time to meet and finalise your transition into MGC.

School Bus Information

All students eligible to attend MGC and who live at least 4.8 km from the school are entitled to school bus transport.

The Ministry of Education, through Ritchies, provide bus transport to and from school for those students who are eligible. Buses travel from Witherlea, Dillons Point Road, Spring Creek, Ward, Seddon, Fairhall, Wairau Valley, Havelock, Northbank, Rapaura, Kaituna, Rarangi, Sounds Linkwater, Waihopai, Renwick and Grovetown.  For bus pick up times and locations in the mornings, please contact Ritchies directly on 03 578 5647.

If your child is eligible and intends to travel on one of the school buses, please complete and return the Bus Information and Code of Conduct form.  To return the completed form you can either drop it in at our school reception or send as an attachment to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

>> Click here for Bus Information and Code of Conduct form

Families may be eligible for additional financial support through a 'conveyance allowance' if there is no school bus in your area, or you live more than 2.4km from the nearest school bus route.  You will need to make an application for this allowance if you fit the above criteria using the form below.  If you have any questions about this, please contact Jenny Pullin, the Bus Coordinator on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

>> Click here for MOE Conveyance Form

School Uniform

Our uniform shop is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday 1 - 2.15pm.  For more information on the uniform please click on the link below. 

>> Click here for Uniform Shop Details and Information

Subject Selection 

Once you have enrolled online, you will be emailed a username and password to access the parent portal. 
Parent portal can be found on the front page of our website under the Quicklinks.
Senior students (Years 11, 12 and 13 in 2021) can select their options now via the parent portal.

>> Click here for the 2021 Senior Curriculum Coursebook 

Digital Technology

MGC is a BYOD (Bring your own device) school.  This means that all students require a device to support and enhance teaching and learning across the school.  Please click the link below for more information about bringing digital devices, and the systems and support available through the school if you are unable to provide a device.

>> Click here for BYOD Information and Specifications

>> Information on Digital Technology use can be accessed here

Junior School

Hey everybody, Elizabeth Kula and I, Brianna Woodley, are your Junior School prefects for 2017.  We are incredibly privileged to have been given this opportunity and can't wait to see what 2017 has in stall for us.  

As the Junior School Prefects, our job is to help drive and motivate the year 9 and 10 students providing them with the necessary tools to succeed in the junior school. We aim to help get students involved in school activities/events so that they can feel more comfortable and happy in the MGC community.

In 2017 we will be running lunchtime activities, helping with the Tuakana Teina program, hosting the Dance Festival, leading the Year 9 and 10 Leaders Committee and organising the Combined
Colleges Junior School Socials. This is a great chance for the juniors to get involved with the school and meet new people as well as improving their leadership skills.

This year we aim to create an integrated junior school which will help set them up for their life in the senior school. This will help students to familiarise themselves with each other and build a sisterhood with the other students at MGC.

Elizabeth Kula and Brianna Woodley - Junior School Prefects 2017

New Reads



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Emergency Procedures

Civil Defence Emergency

Students will be held at school until the “all clear” is given.

Prefects will be stationed at the gates to direct parents, who drive to school to take their
daughters home.

On the enrolment form there is a space to nominate a person or persons whom your daughter
can be released to in the case of emergency. If you did not do so, or wish to update this
information, please ask your daughter to hand this information [in written form] to the
student office.

Please do discuss with your family what to do in the case of an emergency. It is important
that you establish a family plan that includes actions that are to be taken in the event that you
are unable to pick your daughter up following an emergency.

Read full Emergency Procedures

Support is always available through our Guidance Team for any students requiring help.

Julie Saul - Guidance Counsellor - extension 872


Applications for Consideration as School Prefect and School Leader for 2013 will be available in Term 3.