New Zealand Educational Institutes Overview 2014 August 2016 - Page 3

High Schools in New Zealand
College ( age 13 - 18 ) Parnell Senior College ( age 15 - 18 ) Auckland College ( age 13 - 18 ) Papakura College ( age 13 - 18 ) Henderson High School ( age 13 - 18 ), Cambridge College ( age 13 - 18 ) Te Anau High School ( age 13-18 ), Palmerston North Boys ' High School ( Age 13 - 18 ), Gisborne Girls ’ High School ( age 13-18 ), Gisborne College ( age 13-18 ) Glenfield College ( age 13-18 ) Upper Hutt Catholic College ( age 11 - 18 ) Rotorua High School ( Age 13 - 18 ), Kerikeri Independent School ( age 4 - 18 ) Auckland High School ( age 13 - 18 ) Lincoln College ( age 13-18 ) Long Bay , Auckland College ( age 13-18 ) Auckland Grammar School ( age 13 - 18 ) Mount Albert College ( age 13 - 18 ), Mount Maunganui Girls ' High School ( age 13 - 18 ), Napier College ( age 13 - 18 ) Nelson College ( age 13 - 18 ), Wellington
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Boys ' High School ( age 13 - 18 ) New Plymouth Diocesan School ( age 13-18 ) Marton College ( age 13-18 ) Northcote , Auckland Girls ' High School , Dunedin College ( age 13 - 18 ) Otaki College ( age 13 - 18 ), Half Moon Bay High School ( Age 13 - 18 ) Rangiora College ( age 13 - 18 ) Wellsford Boys ' College ( age 13 - 18 ) Christchurch Diocesan School for Girls ( age 13 - 18 ) Stratford Private Collegiate School , Hamilton College ( age 13 - 18 ), Dunedin Grammar School ( age 13 - 18 ) Takapuna Boys ' College ( age 13 - 18 ) Tauranga Girls ' College ( Age 13 - 18 ) Tauranga Area School ( age 11 - 18 ), Maungakaramea College ( age 13-18 ) Tuakau Girls College ( age 13 - 18 ) Christchurch High School ( age 13 - 18 ) Queenstown High School ( age 13 - 18 ) Wellington Girls ' College ( age 13 - 18 ) Wellington High School ( age 13 - 18 ), Forest Hill Girls High School ( age 13 - 18 ), Milford College ( age 13 - 18 ) Napier
Gisborne Boys ' High School and Gisborne Girls ' High School
Sun , Fun & Learn : Become part of our international student program
• Short and long term courses available
• Outdoor adventures , East Coast lifestyle , beautiful surfing beaches , warm climate
• A range of subjects to choose from both in and out of the classroom .
• Arts , Sports and Culture
Otaki College offers the benefits of a small , safe , friendly , country secondary school , but is only one hour by train from New Zealand ’ s capital city , Wellington .
Of the 450 students nearly half are Maori or Polynesian and 20 are International students from Europe and Asia . The multicultural mix means students from many different cultures learn and play together .
Outdoor Education is a very popular subject , incorporating white water kayaking , rock climbing , tramping and snow skills . The safe beach at Otaki is popular for surfing , swimming and surf lifesaving . Horse riding and mountainbiking are popular activities info @ studynewzealand . eu
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StudyNewZealand High School Overview High Schools in New Zealand Diocesan School for Girls (age 13 - 18) Stratford Private Collegiate School, Hamilton College (age 13 - 18), Dunedin Grammar School (age 13 - 18) Takapuna Boys' College (age 13 - 18) Tauranga Girls' College (Age 13 - 18) Tauranga Area School (age 11 - 18), Maungakaramea College (age 13-18) Tuakau Girls College (age 13 - 18) Christchurch High School (age 13 - 18) Queenstown High School (age 13 - 18) Wellington Girls' College (age 13 - 18) Wellington High School (age 13 - 18), Forest Hill Girls High School (age 13 - 18), Milford College (age 13 - 18) Napier Sun, Fun & Learn: Become part of our international student program College (age 13 - 18) Parnell Senior College (age 15 - 18) Auckland College (age 13 - 18) Papakura College (age 13 - 18) Henderson High School (age 13 - 18), Cambridge College (age 13 - 18) Te Anau High School (age 13-18), Palmerston North Boys' High School (Age 13 - 18), Gisborne Girls’ High School (age 13-18), Gisborne College (age 13-18) Glenfield College (age 13-18) Upper Hutt Catholic College (age 11 - 18) Rotorua High School (Age 13 - 18), Kerikeri Independent School (age 4 - 18) Auckland High School (age 13 - 18) Lincoln College (age 13-18) Long Bay, Auckland College (age 13-18) Auckland Grammar School (age 13 - 18) Mount Albert College (age 13 - 18), Mount Maunganui Girls' High School (age 13 - 18), Napier College (age 13 - 18) Nelson College (age 13 - 18), Wellington Boys' High School (age 13 - 18) New Plymouth Diocesan School (age 13-18) Marton College (age 13-18) Northcote, Auckland Girls' High School, Dunedin College (age 13 - 18) Otaki College (age 13 - 18), Half Moon Bay High School (Age 13 - 18) Rangiora College (age 13 - 18) Wellsford Boys' College (age 13 - 18) Christchurch • Short and long term courses available • Outdoor adventures, East Coast lifestyle, beautiful surfing beaches, warm climate • A range of subjects to choose from both in and out of the classroom. • Arts, Sports and Culture Otaki College offers the benefits of a small, safe, friendly, country secondary school, but is only one hour by train from New Zealand’s capital city, Wellington. Of the 450 students nearly half are Maori or Polynesian and 20 are International students from Europe and Asia. The multicultural mix means students from many different cultures learn and play together. Outdoor Education is a very popular subject, incorporating white water kayaking, rock climbing, tramping and snow skills. The safe beach at Otaki is popular for surfing, swimming and surf lifes ][ˈܜHY[˜[[[Z[Z[\H[\X]]Y\š[Y[]ޙX[[ ]BYH š[Y[]ޙX[[ ]