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    Outstanding Academic Success

    King's Collegians have recently won places at St Hugh's College Oxford, Imperial College London and Rhode Island School of Design.

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    All-Round Education

    King's College is renowned for providing an all-round education for its young people.

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    Community Service

    King's College students regularly volunteer their time to serve others as part of our community service programme.

  1. 26 May 2017
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    News Article

    King's First XV take on Tamaki College

    Watch our boys take on Tamaki College who are returning to the 1A division. Join us at our home turf on Saturday to cheer on the squad, as they aim to continue their winning streak, after a solid win against Liston College.

  2. 26 May 2017
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    News Article

    New friends made at King’s-Otahuhu College exchange

    The annual Year 12 exchange between King’s College and Otahuhu College is a long-standing tradition, which sees students from our neighbouring school coming together with students from King’s and building friendships in a relaxed, fun environment.

  3. 22 May 2017
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    News Article

    King’s Rugby – The Wrap Up (Saturday 20 May)

    King’s First XV take big win over newcomers Liston College

  1. 29 May 2017

    Tertiary Study Evening

    Join us for our Tertiary Study Evening on Monday 29 May. At this event student recruitment staff from MIT, UNITEC and all of New Zealand’s eight universities, will deliver three detailed presentations, grouped to reflect the themes of their flagship programmes.

  2. 30 May 2017

    Board of Governors ‘At Home’ session

    If you're a current King's parent and/or staff member, don't miss our upcoming Board of Governors ‘At Home’ session.

  3. 27 Jun 2017

    Senior Drama Production: The Laramie Project

    Join us at this year's Senior Drama Production, The Laramie Project. Laramie, a small rural American town of 26,000 people, became the focus of a media frenzy in 1998. This play is based on over 200 interviews carried out between 1998 and 1999, following the tragic death of Matthew Shepard.