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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.
Year 10 Business Studies students ran a market day in December to showcase their business skills and raise awareness of the new J Block classroom area.
Playtech has teamed up with us to provide discounts on a range of devices for our students.
This weekly report is a summary of the sporting action over the last week - based on the information received from coaches and managers.
Cricket players are traditionally capped when they are selected for a top or representative team and it was the turn of two junior Northcote students to receive their caps at the North Harbour Cricket Club recently.
The Junior Boys Softball Tournament held at Rosedale Park provided an opportunity for Northcote students to show their skills.
Year 9 and 10 Japanese and French language students have been cooking up a storm.
“Pathways to Manhood is a very powerful programme for participating boys and men that I wholeheartedly support and want our school community to be aware of and consider.” says Northcote College Guidance Counsellor, Nigel Pizzini.
The two Northcote College Junior Volleyball teams came away from the Auckland Junior Championship competition with a 4th and 1st place in Division 2.
Below is a message from Mohau Orphanage in South Africa thanking Northcote College students for making a difference by sending a donation each year. This money comes from Student Council funds put aside following each Mufti Day.
Year 10 Spanish language students visited St. Mary's School Northcote recently to read Spanish Fairy Tales to Year 1 students.