You are warmly invited to attend the
Meet the Principal Evening
6pm on Thursday 21 August 2014
You are invited to come along to meet the Principal and talk with student leaders and parents of current pupils.
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.
This weekly report is a summary of the sporting action over the last week - based on the information received from coaches and managers.
Commuters stuck in traffic on Onewa Road now have something new to look at as the long-awaited electronic sign has arrived.
When it comes to accessing technology, it is often a challenge to send and maintain a consistent message between home and school. Getting the balance right is not easy.
Northcote students Logan McIntosh, Carlo Falqueza and Patrick Elias-Hopa enjoyed success at the recent Basketball New Zealand competitions.
The last Sunday of the holidays marked a new beginning for the 66 students who arrived from all over the globe.
Northcote College Deputy Head Boy, Liam Hughes will step on stage with the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra in the concert, Ascending from War, as part of its Remembering WW1 series.
Senior French and Spanish language students went out for lunch at Elliott Stables at the end of Term 2 and enjoyed some delicious traditional food.
As winners of the 2013 Spanish Debating Competition, Northcote College was honoured to host this year’s event.
Pasifika parents and students gathered at a fono held at Northcote College last week to discuss how to improve communication between home and school.
A school wide competition to bring canned food to donate to Aucklanders in need has ended with almost 1100 cans of food donated.