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St Hilda's Collegiate School

Secondary (Years 9-13, approx age 13-17)

Founded over 100 years ago, St. Hilda's Collegiate School has grown into a successful, forward thinking institution, proudly maintaining its links to the Anglican Church.

Contact St Hilda's Collegiate School
Physical address

2 Cobden Street
9016 Dunedin
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Phone numbers

64 3 477 0989

  • Number of students: 450
  • Number of international students: 35
  • Females only

Qualifications available

  • National Certificate of Educational Achievement


  • Boarding hostel
  • Homestay
St Hilda’s Collegiate School is a safe environment and enjoys an excellent reputation as a progressive, high achieving school that provides an enriching educational experience for all students. The mix of day girls, boarders and international students provides the school with a community from diverse backgrounds. Each girl is valued for her individuality, and personal strengths and needs are recognised. All students are encouraged to participate in sports and cultural activities. Academic Blues are awarded to students achieving NCEA endorsed with Excellence at all levels.
Dunedin and Coastal Otago is a region of natural beauty overlaid with a fascinating cultural history, often referred to as the eco-capital of New Zealand.

The Otago coast stretches from the Waitaki north of Oamaru to the mighty Clutha River south of Dunedin. A must see are the mysterious Moeraki boulders.

Start at the north. New Zealand's Waitaki district is a place of haunting natural beauty with green pastures and small picture-book fishing villages. Stop in at Oamaru and look at the historic whitestone architecture, an amazing townscape that towers over a modest community.

Dunedin is New Zealand's city of the south. Known as the Edinburgh of New Zealand, it wears its Scottish heritage with pride. Surrounded by dramatic hills and at the foot of a long harbour, Dunedin is one of the best-preserved Victorian and Edwardian cities in the Southern Hemisphere. The accommodation is good and plentiful; equally so, the natural attractions. On Dunedin’s doorstep you will find incredible wildlife including the world’s rarest penguins and, at Taiaroa Head, the world’s only mainland breeding colony of Royal Albatross.

Head further south, and you join the Southern Scenic Route, a must-do of the South Island that follows the wild coast down to Invercargill and then north-west to Manapouri and Te Anau.
Main centres: 

Dunedin, Oamaru


Balclutha, Milton, Mosgiel, Port Chalmers

Regional information provided by Tourism New Zealand
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