Northcote College rates among the top performing schools, consistently achieving academic results well above the average. It has a history of success and students are encouraged to achieve.
- Northcote College rates among the top performing schools, consistently achieving academic results well above the average. It has a history of success and students are encouraged to achieve.
- An outstanding music and arts programme has had continual success. The Jazz band has the national record of wins in the national Easter competition.
National Scholarship Examinations
Scholarship is the most challenging examination for Year 13 students and reserved for students achieving high academic scores. Students choose to challenge themselves academically with these very demanding examinations and we are pleased to report that Northcote College students achieve considerable success.
See here for details of past scholarship results
Athletics Day a real scorcher
More than 500 students enjoyed “a scorcher of a day” at the Athletics Day last Friday. “There was some fierce competition,” says Director of Sport Paul Hewson. “And it was a really good fun day – a lot of really great spirit.”
Esther Ige Top Photography Scholar
Former student Esther Ige and her family were guests of the Governor General at Government House in Wellington recently at an award ceremony for gaining the top mark in Photography.
Kart Champion Connor Westbury
Connor Westbury in Year 10 was victorious at the recent Kartsport Auckland Club Championship.
Elijah Neblett Selected for World Cup
Elijah Neblett in Year 12 has been selected to play in the Oceania Football World Cup to be held in United Arab Emerates in October this year.
Matthew Jackson representing Northcote at Youth Parliament
Matthew Jackson (13NA) has been selected to represent the Hon. Dr Jonathan Coleman MP for Northcote, at the 2013 Youth Parliament.
ICAS Exam Top Score in NZ
Nicky Ingram gained the top score in New Zealand in Year 11 for the ICAS Writing Exam.
Underwater Hockey World Championships
Former student, Julian Debruyne is in the NZ U19 Underwater Hockey team competing against the world's best in Hungary.