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Our Community

Wellington College is very fortunate to have enthusiastic support from the wider College community.  To all College Parents, parents who support our Maori and Pasifika students - and of course the tremendous support we receive from Old Boys from all over the world – we say a very big ‘thank you’. 

College Parents' is an association open to all parents and caregivers of students at Wellington College. We run a variety of events to connect families to the College. Visit our webpage to learn about what we do and to join our email database. 

Parents in the Pasifika Support Group focus on providing support for the College’s Pasifika students.
 
The Whanau Support Group - Te Piringa - aims to support the College’s Māori students through key initiatives.
 
The Wellington College Old Boys' Association community flourishes and extends far beyond the school years. When students leave school, they become an on-going part of our community through the Old Boys’ Association (WCOBA). The WCOBA hosts regular functions and reunions and many of our alumni keep in close contact with their friends from school – even 60 and 70 years later. The Association focuses on encouraging all leavers to maintain links with the school and with one another. The WCOBA conducts a number of social and fundraising functions during the year. Year group reunions are held and are extremely popular with former classmates, who appreciate the opportunity to catch up with old friends.