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Our Strategic Plan emphasises values, inclusivity, and Mātauranga Māori, guiding a transformative journey with positive outcomes.
Our speakers shine at Ngā Manu Kōrero Speech Competition, with Metua Cranwell earning third place and Lily Champion-Smith finishing second o…
Matariki celebration fosters community connection with shared kai, art displays, and meaningful reflections on wishes.
Exceptional performances from Senior Production wowed with love, loss, and redemption, earning nightly ovations and Rector's praise.
Our decade of stellar Senior Productions paves the way for the new Ngā Toi Performing Arts Centre and Gough Family Theatre era.
Our College marks 25 years of Sister Cities with a special ANZAC Service visit during the 2023 Global Education Tour in Brockenhurst.
The Pipe Band Ceilidh, a lively Scottish event, united our community, raising funds for the band's upcoming World Championships in Scotland.
Dr Tabwe Bio fondly recalls his transformative experience as a Pacific Island scholar at St Andrew’s, shaping his resilience and success.
Recent happenings and cultural successes at St Andrew's College.
St Andrew’s celebrates Samoan Language Week, embracing Samoan culture with challenges, quizzes, performances, food and more.
We celebrate 106 years of Scottish tradition with Highland Games and performances in a joyous return after pandemic disruptions.
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!
St Andrew’s College Pipe Band achieves impressive results delighting director Richard Hawke.
St Andrew’s College Polyfest group shines at Canterbury Polyfest, wowing the audience with their performance and hard work.
The College welcomed new students and teachers in a traditional Mihi Whakatau ceremony, including a powerful whaikōrero by Trent Harris.
We celebrate our students' achievements in various cultural activities.
This year's many musical successes highlight the high caliber music programmes and teachers at the College.
Incorporation of Te Ao Māori becomes a key focus in College education strategies moving forward.
This year's Senior Production saw our students' talents shine, as they delivered a professional, mature and thought-provoking performance.
Multi-talented Head Prefect, Grace Lawrence, receives various musical accolades recognising her expertise and talent.
Cindy crafts powerful lyrics that draw on her experience of diasporic identity which are praised by industry professionals.
One of our most talented singers, Estée Wilke, discusses her experience performing both internationally and nationally as part of the NZSSC.
Year 11 cellist, Christine Jeon, wins international open age strings competition!
Jasmine places second at the New Zealand Chamber Music Contest following her trio's exceptional performance.
Our talented young performers pay homage to some of Broadway's greatest hits in our 2022 Middle School production.
We highlight the most recent Cultural Successes of our students.
Our film students got red-carpet-ready for their film debuts at our 2022 Film Fest.
StAC Attack is finally back after a two-year hiatus.
Congratulations our 2022 New Zealand representative students who have excelled in their academic, cultural or sport area.
We surprise Grace in Cultural Assembly with the announcement of her huge songwriting success.
Largely self-taught photographer, Thomas Rae (Year 13), sees recognition and success for his incredible astrophotography talent.
Māori principles are practiced and celebrated in the Pre-school which help foster relationships and inclusivity.
Teachers and children share excitement as they celebrate the first officially recognised celebration of Matariki as a public holiday.
Students learn more about the wāhine Māori artists behind the incredible artwork at the Christchurch Art Gallery.
The boarding team create a whakataukī and symbol to help convey their unique identity within the College.
St Andrew's celebrates our Scottish heritage through the annual Highland Games event.
Boys in ballet are celebrated for what they bring to the art form.
Congratulations to all our prize winners at our 2021 Prizegiving.
From the third edition of Regulus for 2021.
A virtuoso performance saw Vich Perfect win the national final of the 2021 NZCT Chamber Music Contest.
The lights have faded and the curtains closed on almost 50 years of history for the Theatrette.
Curtains was a great show, and a wonderful, upbeat final note on which to farewell the Theatrette.
Throughout the year, a group of highly motivated staff from across all areas of the College have supported each other on a unique journey, l…
Te Wiki o te Reo Māori (Māori Language Week) was celebrated by students and staff during an action-packed week of fun challenges and activit…
Congratulations to the St Andrew's students who have excelled in their chosen sport or cultural activity in 2021, and have been selected int…
Each term, a special Performance Project Evening is being held in the Preparatory School, to give Year 7–8 students the opportunity to share…
It may be 104 years since St Andrew’s College was set up to educate the sons of the Presbyterian and Scottish community of Canterbury, but t…
There was razzle dazzle to burn when the Senior Production of Chicago: High School Edition, had its spectacular run at the start of Term 2.
One of the College’s most exceptional musicians, Samuel Jeon (Year 13).
Year 10 students gathered at the College at 5.30am on Thursday 25 February, ready to be taken to their first Rite Journey ceremony ‘The Call…
The College community, including guests from their 60 Years On Reunion, gathered for the 104th Founders’ Day, which was a wonderful celebrat…
Congratulations to all our prize winners at our 2020 Prizegiving.
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 …
The enduring joyfulness and innocence of the Peanuts gang from Charles Schulz’s beloved comic strips came
to life in the Middle School prod…
Wickedly subversive, camp, and enormous fun are just some of the ways to describe this year’s Senior Production, Cry-Baby.
St Andrew’s College celebrated Te Wiki o te Reo Māori through a number of different fun activities and competitions.
Congratulations to the St Andrew's students who have excelled in their chosen sport or cultural activity in 2020, and have been selected int…
Congratulations to all our prize winners at our 2019 Prizegiving.
Congratulations to the St Andrew's students who have excelled in their chosen sport or cultural activity in 2019, and have been selected int…
Head of Music at St Andrew’s College, Duncan Ferguson, says it is a “huge honour” to be named as one of three finalists for the second annua…
The incredible talents of Year 7–8 students were showcased in the Preparatory School production, Stories from the Stage.
Two members of the St Andrew’s College Pipe Band, Campbell Wilson (Year 12) and Montague Stamm (Year 11) are cementing their place among the…
Stunning, was a word often used by audience members lucky enough to see the sell-out season of this year’s Senior College production, Parade…
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.
Over 500 people gathered in the Centennial Chapel on the morning of Saturday 16 March.
The Centenary celebrations concluded on the Saturday evening with a wonderful concert.
Congratulations to all our prize winners at our 2018 Prizegiving.
The Middle School’s outstanding sold-out production of The Drowsy Chaperone, featured an incredibly talented all‑singing, all-dancing cast, …
Congratulations to the St Andrew's students who have excelled in their chosen sport, cultural or academic activity in 2018, and have been se…
“Did you hear the story of the Johnstone twins?” the audience was asked at the start of this year’s Senior Production, Blood Brothers.
A near perfect performance saw the St Andrew’s College Pipe Band finish second in the highly competitive Juvenile grade at the World Pipe Ba…
Congratulations to the St Andrew's students who have excelled in their chosen sport or cultural activity in 2017, and have been selected int…
Hans Christian Andersen's traditional fairy tale, The Ugly Duckling, was given an ultra modern twist in the Middle School production, Lucky …