Northcote College 2019
30 January to 12 April 2019
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.
Today Northcote College stood in support of the Muslim community - in our school, in our neighbourhood, and across New Zealand - to mark a week since the tragic Christchurch shootings.
Each week we publish a summary of school games here including results and players of the day.
To honour of the victims of the shootings in Christchurch, we will be holding a mufti day on Friday 22 March.
Our Year 13 GEO field trip last week took them to Polyfest - where they were interviewed by Josh Thomson for TV3's The Project - and also had the chance to interview him for their own project!
We are bursting with pride and admiration for the Northcote College kapa haka group performance at Polyfest today.
Check out the amazing Northcote College Art Exhibition - ON NOW until 13 March at NorthArt, Ernie Mays St, Northcote. OPEN DAILY: 10am-4pm
It’s not surprising our Year 11 Geography students are fascinated by volcanoes – when Auckland sits on a volcanic field with at least 53 of them.
Last week's Marae Noho camp at Mount Maunganui was all sunshine and smiles!
We’re blessed with some amazing writing talent here at Northcote College – including the winner of our Year 12 Writing Competition, Tom Escott, and runners-up Joel Bloomfield and Nicolette David. Our congratulations to you all!
What a way to start a glorious week! We welcomed dozens of visiting Japanese students today with a powhiri.