Northcote College 2017
Term II begins Monday 1 May
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.
Former Northcote College Deputy Head Girl and Victrix Ludorum, Tabi Porter has been named as Metropolitan State University 2017 Women's Tennis Player of the Year. Tabi has a sports scholarship to study at MSU in Denver Colorado.
The Northcote College Slam Poetry Team competed brilliantly in the Northern and Western heats on the 1st of April and have won a place at the Auckland semi-finals in August.
Bobbi Gichard 13KDY will compete at the World Swimming Championships in Budapest from July 23-30 this year.Bobbi's specialty is backstroke and she took out two gold medals and a silver at the New Zealand Championships.
This year will see a gathering of former Northcote students celebrating our 140 years as a school in Northcote. Students gathered to form the 140 on the field following a recent fire drill.
Senior Drama students thoroughly enjoyed their recent trip to the Pop-Up Globe to view 'Much Ado About Nothing' and are looking forward to the Sheilah Winn Regional Shakespeare competition this weekend.
The World Vision Youth Summit is an opportunity for student leaders to meet and consider how they can contribute to solving some of the problems facing the world today. These students will take a leadership role in the 2017 40 Hour Famine Appeal.
For students of Spanish language, learning seems to be inextricably linked to food and celebration and this term has been no exception.
Ellie Price was sponsored to attend the Rotary National Science and Technology Forum where, in her words, “I met many wonderful new people, and I had the time of my life.” Read on for her full report.
Students often leave gifts when they move on from Northcote College and Aaliyah Albo (Year 13 2016) is no exception. Her striking flax design graces the entrance to the newly revamped Wellness Centre.
The winners of the Northcote College Senior Writing Competition were announced at the Year 13 assembly last Friday. Congratulations to Freya Markula, Toni Schollum and Matthew Goldsworthy.