The report released by Crimson Education, ranks schools in New Zealand based on their ability to prepare students to seize the opportunities on offer from top-ranked universities in the US and UK.
Schools were evaluated on the basis of academic performance (75%), extracurricular and leadership opportunities (10%) and equal access for students (15%).
The report noted that Woodford House achieved an impressive amount of NCEA Excellence results, which amounted to 54% and 20 scholarships.
Our Principal, Julie Peterson, says the results are exciting and are an outcome of a strong community approach, including staff and families, to help our girls flourish.
“Our girls are at the centre of this success. It is their drive and genuine love of learning combined with our small class sizes, our dedicated and passionate educators, our comprehensive pastoral care systems and committed and engaged parents who support the learning of their daughter”.