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Serving Years 9 to 13 ages 12 to 18 , the school currently has  students. The College primarily serves families of the eastern and southern suburbs and inner city Wellington. The school has a Special Needs Unit for about 20 students, some of whom are integrated into the school system. The school's longtime principal Janice Campbell retired halfway through and Sally Haughton took up the position.
In Gael Ashworth became principal. Currently, the Senior Leadership Team consists of the principal herself and three deputy principals. There is also a principal's nominee - a staff member nominated by the principal who has responsibility for maintaining quality within the School to ensure the validity and credibility of assessment for qualifications according to the New Zealand Qualifications Authority NZQA.
Wellington East Girls' was built on reserve land bordering Wellington College in , to cope with the demand for female education in Wellington at the time.
Miss A. Batham, who had served on the staff at Wellington Girls for 22 years and would be the first Headmistress of Wellington East, petitioned the Board of Governors repeatedly until it was agreed that a new school would be founded on the other side of the city. The school celebrates Founders Day annually on 15 September and held a 90th reunion on the date in In , Headmistress Batham divided the school into six houses for sports competitions.
Sometime before both the Ranfurly and Freyberg Houses were renamed. Then, sometime before , Freyberg and Cobham were dismantled and students in either became parts of the other four houses. The architecture of the original building is interwar stripped classical. The redevelopment project will keep the facade of the old heritage building while a new multi-story block is built behind it. The old block only held nine classrooms not including the music department which held pupils, as well as spaces for staff.