Issue 2 | April 2022
College

World of Opportunity for our graduates

Our College continues to live up to its reputation of providing an excellent educational foundation in all areas of life and inspiring student to strive for their personal best. A majority of our graduates go on to pursue tertiary education locally and abroad, with a number of them receiving scholarships.

For most students, opportunities are abundant with multiple offers for university placements and a scholarship in hand.

For example, our 2021 NCEA Academic Proxime Accessit Emma Jorgensen received a Top Achievers Scholarship from University of Auckland, and an opportunity to study Medicine at James Cook University in Australia. Our 2021 Head Girl, J’adore Harris-Tavita has a Scholarship with University of Otago and an opportunity to study at Duke University. Cindy Huang received several offers from tertiary institutions in the US and UK including the University of Notre Dame, and scholarships from UC Santa Cruz and UC Riverside, while Grace Huang has been offered scholarships by Wesleyan University, NYU Abu Dhabi and University of Sydney.

We are extremely proud of our students’ achievements and wish them the very best in their journey ahead.

Here is a list of some of our 2021 Year 13 students who received a scholarship to support their Tertiary studies in 2022.

The University of Auckland: Top Achiever Scholarship
Emma Jorgensen
Evan Metcalfe
Isabeau Pan
Christina Chen
University of Auckland: Faculty of Science High Achiever             
Akshay Vegesna
Massey University: Academy of Sport Scholarship
Luka Clarke
The University of Otago: Leaders of Tomorrow Scholarship
Jimmy Liao
Sophia Hynds
Finlay Montgomerie
Hannah Riley
Chloe Beeche
Kenza Taele
The University of Otago: New Frontiers Excellence Scholarship
Rachel Funnell
Phoebe Mitchell
Marsha Pavlenko
Ava McKenzie
Tayla Craigen
Regina Tao
Harry Bashford
Angus Thompson
Michael Booth
Charlotte Symons
Olivia McSaveney
Nic Lacey
Abby Maddren
The University of Otago: Maori Entrance Scholarship
Tanith Pilkington
Renee Bird
J’adore Harris-Tavita
The Victoria University: Tangiwai Scholarship
Samuel Everitt
Cameron Hatton
Charlotte Symons
Rachel Black
Grant Slark
The University of Canterbury – Go Waitaha
Georgia Manning
Kyra Rodgers
Charlie Porter
The University of Canterbury: Hiranga Scholarship
Matthew Larsen
Zara Jancys
The University of Canterbury – Horomata Scholarship
Zara Jancys
University of Princeton, USA
Peyton Leigh
Oakland University, Michigan
Aimee Brown
Fairfield University – Soccer Scholarship
Kaea Rongonui
Western Illinois University – Golf Scholarship
Kelly Wu
North Carolina Wesleyan College
Harjot Singh Dharni
Wesleyan University, NYU Abu Dhabi, University of Sydney
Grace Chang
UC Santa Cruz, UC Riverside
Cindy Huang

* The number of scholarships awarded increases, ad may not have been included, as results become available later, particularly for universities in the Northern Hemisphere.

 

 

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Term 2 Events

  • 6 MAY 2022 Boys’ School Celtic Day
  • 6 MAY College Cross Country
  • 10, 11 & 12 MAY Girls’ School syndicate visit to new school on Shore Road
  • 15 MAY (7PM) College Chalmers House Chapel
  • 16 MAY College Prefects Commissioning
  • 17 MAY College Parent & Friends Social & Info evening
  • 15 MAY Girls’ School ‘Open School’ for families of existing students
  • 18 MAY College Campus Tour
  • 22 MAY (7PM) College Hamilton House Chapel
  • 23, 30 MAY & 13 JUNE Boys’ School Mother and Son event
  • 25 MAY College Foodbank
  • 29 MAY (7PM) College Cargill House Chapel
  • 8 JUNE Move to new Girls’ School on Shore Road
  • 7 JUNE College Chamber Showcase
  • 10 JUNE College Rock Showcase
  • 12 JUNE College Choral Showcase
  • 12 JUNE (7PM) College Wilson House Chapel
  • 15 JUNE College Campus Tour
  • 18 JUNE Boys’ School Quiz Night
  • 19 JUNE (7PM) College Stark House Chapel
  • 29 JUNE College Campus Tour
  • 29 JUNE Girls’ School and Boys’ School Cross Country
  • 29 JUNE College Middle School Music Evening
  • 3 JULY (7PM) College Wishart House Chapel
  • 5 JULY (7PM) College House Music
  • 7 & 8 JULY College Dance Showcase

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