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Agristudies rise in popularity, guiding students toward diverse primary sector careers through practical skills and industry insights.
Our PMP Haumi team secured a notable second place at Ara, showcasing their innovative app for elevated sports supporter engagement.
St Andrew's College celebrates our Top Student Successes for 2023.
We celebrate our St Andrew's College students' most recent academic successes.
Years 7 and 8 students embrace the Power Challenge, crafting wind turbines, illuminating mini towns, and gaining STEM insights from local en…
We honour our 2023 New Zealand Representatives, excelling in their respective fields at the highest level of performance.
New Heads of Learning Support aim for inclusive, tailored assistance across all academic levels at St Andrew's College.
Our St Andrew's College academic successes from Regulus Issue 2, 2023.
Our Business Studies students shine in competitions, showcasing entrepreneurial skills and innovative solutions for a brighter future.
Our speakers shine at Ngā Manu Kōrero Speech Competition, earning impressive results and representing our College with pride.
Our teachers explain how learning a second language provides cognitive benefits, insight into new cultures, and enhances career prospects.
Students perform exceptionally well in NZQA Scholarships and Corin achieves at the highest level in New Zealand.
Our top 2022 academics achieve unprecedented results in their NZQA Scholarship exams.
The College sees a surge in chess participation, with more students playing, including two championship-winning teams.
Newly implemented Practical Science programme for Years 4–8 students has sparked a love for science.
A summary of our 2022 NZQA / NCEA Results.
Incorporation of Te Ao Māori becomes a key focus in College education strategies moving forward.
We highlight the most recent Academic Successes of our students.
Congratulations our 2022 New Zealand representative students who have excelled in their academic, cultural or sport area.
Students become global champions after receiving an Outstanding Team Award at the International Mathematical Modeling Challenge.
From problem-solving to product design and production, Materials Technology allows students to develop a range of valuable skills.
We celebrate Hannah Withers as she is announced runner-up to the world champion in the Middle Division of the 'Global Issues' competition.
Teachers speak on the opportunities for further exploration into Māori culture through the new Aotearoa New Zealand Histories Curriculum.
The College's Science Department equips our students with scientific literacy to prepare them for an ever-changing world.
Congratulations to all our prize winners at our 2021 Prizegiving.
2021 Academic Successes
Congratulations to the St Andrew's students who have excelled in their chosen sport or cultural activity in 2021, and have been selected int…
St Andrew’s College is proudly traditional in its approach to NCEA, despite several schools around New Zealand dropping the NCEA Level 1 Cer…
The unprecedented success achieved by St Andrew’s College students with 53 Scholarships achieved in the 2020 New Zealand Scholarship examina…
Many students achieved outstanding success in NCEA with a total of 228 Excellence endorsements gained across all three levels.
St Andrew’s strongly believes in the merits of the overarching NCEA framework, with the foundation NCEA Level 1 course at its heart.
Congratulations to all our prize winners at our 2020 Prizegiving.
Seven St Andrew's College students won nine Gold Awards for achieving the top score in New Zealand in their subject area.
Mackey Johnstone (OC 2019), has left a lasting legacy at St Andrew’s College.
St Andrew’s College has lots of dedicated, hard-working and inspirational teaching staff.
One week, St Andrew’s College was operating as usual. The next, it had transitioned to a fully operational online learning environment.
Congratulations to all our prize winners at our 2019 Prizegiving.
It was a mission like no other for a lucky group of 34 Year 8–10 students who travelled to the United States of America to attend Space Scho…
A group of Year 8 future problem solvers are up there with the best in the world, finishing an incredible second place in the Junior Divisio…
Head of Technology, Allyson Duncan, is fulfilling a long-held dream to attend a cooking school in Italy, after being awarded the 2018 Marily…
Many students achieved outstanding success in NCEA with a total of 209 Excellence endorsements gained across all three levels.
Rector Christine Leighton says the outstanding success of St Andrew’s College students at the 2018 New Zealand Scholarship examinations is s…
Congratulations to all our prize winners at our 2018 Prizegiving.
A compelling travelling exhibition, telling the life story of Anne Frank, contrasted with six modern day stories of discrimination featuring…
To some, the freshwater eel is a slippery, slimy, river and stream dweller, which can be more than a little frightening. But as Year 3 stude…
Congratulations to the St Andrew's students who have excelled in their chosen sport, cultural or academic activity in 2018, and have been se…
The latest educational technology in the Stewart Junior Centre is creating some amazing learning opportunities for students.
History came alive for five Year 13 students when they visited the village of Brockenhurst, in the New Forest, England, to present their res…
A homestay with local families in the small rural Japanese village of Ago in Wakayama-ken, was a highlight of the 18-day Japanese Languages …
Fabulous French culture, traditions, architecture, food, and language were brought to life for a group of Languages students and staff explo…
The exciting new Green Library and Innovation Centre heralds a new way in which St Andrew’s College is responding to a rapidly changing worl…
On Friday 8 June around 60 guests gathered in the new Green Library and Innovation Centre to officially open this exciting new facility.
Opportunities for young people entering the primary sector have never been greater.
Another year of strong academic results reflect the hard work and target setting of the College students and staff.
Year 13 student Russell Boey won the Secondary School Category in the 2017 Sunday Star Times Short Story Awards.
A Year 8 Physics inquiry has been enhanced by collaboration with Year 12 Science students.
Students challenging themselves at external academic competitions and achieving outstanding results.