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We celebrate 106 years of Scottish tradition with Highland Games and performances in a joyous return after pandemic disruptions.
Students show off their speed, perseverance, and House spirit at the 2023 Secondary School Athletic Sports Day.
Generous benefactors and alumni have helped the College provide life-changing opportunities for scholarship students for over 100 years.
Scholarship students share their experiences and the impact that the scholarship programme has had on their lives.
The best of Scottish traditions at our inaugural Strowan Gathering, with piping, dancing, and more!
The College welcomed new students and teachers in a traditional Mihi Whakatau ceremony, including a powerful whaikōrero by Trent Harris.
Brooke and Amelia share their life-changing experiences from the Ben Gough Family Foundation's annual scholarships.
The College commits to sustainability, community service, internationalism, and compassion through various initiatives.
Students fundraise for a non-profit supporting girls affected by genital cutting and child marriage with a month-long challenge and events.
Our generous community provide gifts that support improvements to education, facilities and scholarship opportunities.
Incorporation of Te Ao Māori becomes a key focus in College education strategies moving forward.
We celebrate a huge milestone in our history, welcoming back our Old Girls who graduated within the last 30 years.
The College hosts well-being event for Waitaha Canterbury-based ākonga as they come together to explore tūrangawaeware/belonging.
Our students' most recent involvement in community service initiatives.
A heart-warming and emotional 2022 Leavers' Assembly marked the end of an era for our students' whose time at the College comes to an end.
Our very special Grandparents' Day event is back in 2022 following two years of COVID-19 interruptions.
The Sustainability Council highlight environment concerns and provide opportunities for eco-friendly initiatives.
Year 6 students participate in an Eco Day, motivated by their inquiry into plastic pollution.
Our Castle Hill lodge has an integral role in St Andrew's history and Outdoor Education programme.
Students see great benefits from their Outdoor Education programme and Castle Hill assets.
St Andrew's celebrates our Scottish heritage through the annual Highland Games event.
Chief of Information Officer, Dave Hart, takes on new role as COVID-19 Officer at the College as we navigate unprecedented times.
Collectively our students earned 22 Gold Duke of Edinburgh's Hillary Awards in 2021, the most out of any organisation or school in the count…
Our students have been involved in some exciting community and service initiatives.
An exciting new partnership between St Andrew’s College, and not for profit organisation, So They Can.
St Andrew’s College will reach a special milestone in 2022, when it celebrates 30 years since the first female students came through its gat…
The College community, including guests from their 60 Years On Reunion, gathered for the 104th Founders’ Day, which was a wonderful celebrat…
There were many mixed emotions as the Year 12 and Year 13 leavers were recognised at the Leavers’ Assembly on Monday 9 November.
Two current students and seven Old Collegians were presented with Duke of Edinburgh’s Hillary Gold Awards in a special ceremony at the St An…
The Highland Games may have been disrupted twice, but in true St Andrew’s College spirit, the event went on (albeit in two parts) – and was …
In 1983, Judy Reilly started her first night shift in the Strowan House kitchen. This was the beginning of an almost 37-year career with the…
When St Andrew’s College closed a week before the Term 1 holidays, there was no telling when ‘normal’ school life would resume. Rector Chris…
Guests kicked up their heels and danced the night away at the PTA Curtain Raiser fundraising event.
Former and current members of the St Andrew’s College Pipe Band came from near and far to celebrate 100 years since the band’s formation.