Applications for enrolment in 2015 are currently open
for in-zone and out-of-zone students at all levels
Welcome to Northcote College
Northcote College has a proud tradition. It is the secondary school on the North Shore with the longest history. The School was founded in 1877. 2014 is the 138th year in the history of Northcote College.
People and positive relationships are at the heart of Northcote College. We recognise that each student is important and unique. We work hard to create an environment where students are happy, thrive academically, enjoy the co-curricular opportunities available and share positive values.
The Australian Council of Education Research 2014 Language Competence examinations were held in August this year. Northcote College students achieved impressive results in this internationally recognized language competition.
Year 13 international students who have been studying at Northcote College for longer than a year were farewelled at a celebration lunch along with Year 12 students from Thailand who are returning home to attend university.
Senior and junior students at Northcote College are able to write creatively as an extra-curricular activity and this week has included a chance to celebrate and create.
This weekly report is a summary of the sporting action over the last week - based on the information received from coaches and managers.
Fifteen year old, Toby Murray (11FIR) did a great job and really stepped up at the recent NZ Junior Snowboard Nationals in Cardona after a creditable result at the North Island Champs.
The successful candidate in the Board of Trustee Student Representative election for the 2014 – 2015 period is Jordan Appleton (12MCL).
Eleven French language students from Northcote College spent part of their recent school holidays in New Caledonia immersing themselves in French culture.
While those students who still had Hard Materials projects when E Block was destroyed by fire, lost the physical project, they can at least be assessed on the work they had done - thanks to modern technology.
Year 13 students may have dressed as pirates and ninjas in support of mufti day but that has not got in the way of donating blood to the New Zealand Blood Bank.
A team of 11 Northcote College students have been competing in the North Island Competition this week and will return with some great individual results.