King's College, Secondary School Auckland
King's College, an independent secondary school in Auckland, New Zealand, is founded on providing the best all-round education it is possible to obtain. This central ideal still motivates us today.
King’s mathematicians kick off 2019 with some great performances
During 6–11 January, five King’s students: Hanbo Xie (Year 12, Peart), Johnathan Leung (Year 12, Major), Nathaniel Masfen-Yan (Year 12, Greenbank), Fiona Leng (Year 13, Taylor) and James Mead (Year 13, Averill) participated in the NZ Mathematical Olympiad residential training camp at University of Auckland.
Archery success for Daniel Sinclair
Rising star Daniel Sinclair (Averill, Year 10) has achieved the highest score in the Intermediate Boys Recurve division of the Target Championships at the 76th New Zealand Nationals, to become the NZ National Target Archery Champion for the Intermediate Boys Recurve division for 2019. Finn Matheson (Year 12, Marsden) won this event previously in 2017.
We’re proud of our strong connections with the wider King’s College community and want to ensure that everyone remains up to date with current and future College activities and student life.
Academic life at King’s
Providing “the best all-around education it is possible to obtain” is at the heart of the King’s College educational philosophy.
Taking part in a cultural activity at King’s is highly recommended. It helps students develop discipline, leadership, resilience and social skills.
Every student is assigned to a House. From their first day at King’s they are part of a supportive network that fosters friendship and encourages them to explore their interests and passions.