Compulsory classes and options choices
Compulsory: English, Social Studies, Mathematics, Science, and Physical Education
Choose: four options/electives to study for a term each.
Compulsory: English, Social Studies, Mathematics, Science, Physical Education and Health
Choose: four options/electives to study for two terms each.
Compulsory: English, Mathematics, Science.
Choose: three options/electives.
Compulsory: English (If missed L1 Literacy or intending to go to University).
Choose: Five options/electives. Mathematics is not compulsory but highly recommended as one of these options.
Compulsory: nothing (unless L2 literacy isn’t achieved).
Choose: five options/electives and free period.
Junior School Curriculum
Students in Years 9 and 10 take English, Social Studies, Information Technology, Mathematics, Science, Physical Education and Health Studies and choose either 4 (Year 9) or 2 (Year 10) options from a range of other subjects.
The Year 9 Junior Certificate and Year 10 Junior Diploma have been developed to help motivate and guide junior students in their preparation for NCEA. These Junior qualifications encourage both academic Achievements as well as Attitudes and work habits that will ensure students are prepared for the senior school.
Junior Diploma Downloads:
📥 Junior Diploma Information Booklet- (PDF 300KB)
📥 Junior Diploma Summary- (PDF 170KB)
Senior School Curriculum
Senior students have a much wider choice of 5 or 6 subjects from a set of 35 options offered in the senior school. The options cover…
New Zealand Qualifications
New Zealand’s qualification system (NCEA) is gaining international recognition as a world leader in standards based assessment. Senior Students undertake a mixture of “Internal” assessments throughout the year and “External” Examinations at the end of the year all for a set number of credits.
By international agreement, the New Zealand Qualifications Authority ensures that New Zealand qualifications are transferable to the United Kingdom, United States, Australia and Canada.
Sporting OpportunitiesThe school has sports teams in over 20 different summer sports and winter sports including:
Students have opportunities to participate in several field trips which take them to places like:
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