Aksheen Dhillon is heading to Parliament to be a voice for those without one. The Year 12 student is the Tamaki electorate's Youth MP for next year
Holiday Camp like no other on EarthFriday the 30th of November, 2018 Read Now
Dio girl experiences prestigious US Art SchoolWednesday the 5th of September, 2018 Read Now
Broadway stardom for Dio Old GirlFriday the 4th of May, 2018 Read Now
International Women's Day - Thursday 8 MarchWednesday the 7th of March, 2018 Read Now
Dio Old girl wins prestigious Engineering CompetitionTuesday the 24th of October, 2017 Read Now
World Challenge 2016Monday the 17th of October, 2016 Read Now
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In a few short weeks, a group of Diocesan students will boldly go where no group of Diocesan students has gone before: the CASE Space Camp, USA
The big OE is a right of passage for many young Kiwis, but one group of students is taking their first steps now, as they prepare themselves to travel to India for four weeks of community service and adventure.
Dio Teacher is fostering an interest in computer science and digital technology
At Dio we have been celebrating Te Wiki o Te Reo Maori!
Year 12 student Shellie Hu, was recently accepted into a 6 week Summer Art and Design Program at the Rhode Island School of Design.
Recent Dio Old Girl, Libby Johnston, is being awarded a Presidential Scholarship of up to US$80,000 at the prestigious Manhattan School of Music.
As one of New Zealand’s leading independent girls’ school, Diocesan recently went on record to confirm its single sex status, saying that the benefits of a girls-only educational environment are proven academically.
The Dio Difference
In recognition of International Women's Day on Thursday, Head of Senior School, Margaret van Meeuwen reflects on what this day represents for our Dio girls.