Shine Wu

Shine Wu, who graduated in 2018, took up his scholarship to study at Duke University, a leading private university in Durham, North Carolina.

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Emily Hollis

Emily Hollis being congratulated by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern during a reception after the NZQA ceremony acknowledging the country's highest achieving students in the scholarship exams.  Emily was awarded Top Scholar in the country for Media Studies.

Shine Wu

Shine Wu, who graduated in 2018, took up his scholarship to study at Duke University, a leading private university in Durham, North Carolina.

Please click here for more details. 

Emily Hollis

Emily Hollis being congratulated by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern during a reception after the NZQA ceremony acknowledging the country's highest achieving students in the scholarship exams.  Emily was awarded Top Scholar in the country for Media Studies.

2018 Fantastic Results

The college has high expectations of individual students. The college curriculum allows students to follow courses that enable the achievement of academic success. In the senior school this means the provision not only of a traditional academic programme but also the provision of a range of courses which are skills and/or vocationally based. Furthermore, the curriculum structure is designed to allow students to pursue areas of strength, mixing traditional and non-traditional subjects into their individual programme.


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