Beyond the Classroom


We have a proud record of sporting achievement that’s just been boosted by the construction of our new Community Multisport Turf. Our turf, playing fields (three rugby, one hockey and a soccer field), gym and 25m pool are well equipped and our fleet of College vans ferry students to games, events and field trips.

Our teams play socially and competitively at local interschool or club level, as well as nationally in:

Archery | Athletics | Badminton |Basketball |Canoe Polo |Cricket |Cross Country |Football |Golf |Hockey | Netball | Rugby | Softball | Swimming | Touch Rugby | Volleyball | Weightlifting

If you have any questions please contact our Sports Coordinator

Culture & Family

We embrace the rich culture found in our College community with many celebrations and events. Whanaungatanga (kinship, sense of family connection, belonging) is key to our school’s culture. We encourage our students to participate in or arrange their own community culture events, and our Pasifika and kapa haka groups are growing strongly.We have two informal support and information sharing groups for Maori and Pacific Island families:


We work hard to provide a family environment at our College. Involving our community in school life is integral to what we do, so during the school year you’ll have the opportunity to:

  • work on I-Q Projects with your community (year-round)
  • help out on Community Work Day (June)
  • be a part of Community Impact Week (November)

​Performing Arts

We’re well down the track with developing our performing arts facilities to a very high standard.We have frequent performance nights for music, dance and drama and our students do us proud at events like the SmokefreerockquestStage Challenge, and Pasifika Fusion.


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