Northcote College 2017
Wednesday 9 November
to Friday 1 December
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. 2017 is the 141st 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 11 and 12 students have taken out a regional prize for excellence in product development in the Young Enterprise competition.
After 12 successful and enjoyable years, Northcote College has made the decision not to continue with the annual Affair of the Heart Art Exhibition.
The thirty two students elected as Prefects for 2018 were announced at the Senior Service Award assembly today.The assembly was followed by a handover lunch where 2017 Prefects serenaded the new appointees with the school waiata.
Thanks to Isometric Solutions Ltd who have loaned the school a Virtual Reality Kit students have been transported beyond the classroom. Year 9 and 10 French students took the opportunity to explore some magical sights.
Year 13 student Bobbi Gichard is a talented backstroke swimmer who having gained significant success at the World Champs in Budapest is now aiming for Commonwealth Games selection.
This weekly report is a summary of the sporting action over the last week - based on the information received from coaches and managers.
There are a number of teams in different sporting codes representing Northcote College at Winter Tournaments around the North Island this week. Results will be posted here as they come to hand.
Northcote College’s student cultural group helped with the Tongan Language Week celebrations at Massey University last week.
Northcote College Classical Studies students recently took part in a series of creative competitions involving schools from across the country. Read on for the results.
After trying them at Yum Char last term the Year 10 Mandarin students made sesame balls in class last week with great success.