Northcote College 2019
Term 3 Ends Friday 27 September
Term 4 Begins Monday 14 October
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.
Congratulations to former Northcote student and footballer Sarah Morton - who has won a Prime Minister’s Athlete Scholarship.
If you see our students lining up at the Police ‘booze bus’ on Friday, don’t be alarmed – it’s all part of a planned visit on safe driving.
After their double promotion season last year the team returned to Auckland's A1 league for the second time – and have had another great season.
It’s been an amazing couple of days for our team at the New Zealand Secondary School Swimming Championships in Hamilton – with Kaia Swiggs bringing home a silver medal and Rebecca Wilkins winning two bronze.
Come along and join the ‘hype squad’ to support two amazing Northcote talents in the finals of Stand Up Stand Out 19 this weekend.
Northcote College theatresports team The Com-victs have qualified for the Auckland Theatresports finals –placing them in the top four schools across Auckland.
The Northcote College Premier 1 Netball team had an outstanding Tournament Week – with the highest placing the school has had in years, and promotion to B Grade next year.
The 1st XI Boys Hockey team came back from their Tournament Week games in Rotorua with their heads held high and their best result ever in the competition – finishing 4th overall in the Woolaston Cup 2019.
Making decisions about what subjects to take, and future career choices can be daunting. Pathways Day on 10 September is designed to help our students choose subjects and plan their pathway through school and beyond.
It is Te Wiki O Te Reo Maori - Maori Language Week - and we are so proud of this video created by students Natasha Hill and Natasha Gordon, about the rich history and beauty of our Maori placenames and the importance of being able to pronounce them.