King’s College with its breadth of both curricular and co-curricular activities is a school that provides opportunity unique to each and every student. See what King's is to our Old Collegians and find out how we've helped them succeed in all aspects of life.
King's is GlobalDan Ahwa (PARNELL, 2000-02) | Fashion Editor
Dan is Fashion Editor at Viva magazine. He went on from King’s to study English, Journalism, Art History, Media Studies, Sociology and History. He talks about how the global connections he made through King’s helped him succeed.
King's is ConfidenceNatasha Eady (TAYLOR, 2015-16) | Professional Athlete
Natasha is a recent graduate and has been making waves in the sporting world representing New Zealand. She talks about how King’s gave her the confidence to trust her own abilities.
King's is FearlessStacy Gregg (MIDDLEMORE, 1985-86) | International Author
Stacy is an international bestselling author. Her success from “The Pony Club” series has taken her to Arabia, Italy, Spain, Russia and Iceland. King’s taught her to be fearless in pursuit of her creative goals.
Artistic Director and Founder of the Pop-up Globe
King's is LeadershipDr Miles Gregory (PEART, 1990-94) | Artistic Director and Founder of the Pop-up Globe
Miles is the founder and artistic director of the ‘Pop up Globe.’ Miles talks about the leadership skills he gained through King’s, and how his role requires him to both lead and serve those around him.
King's is ServiceOnosa'i Auva'a (PEART, 1998-02) | Assistant Chaplain
Onosa’i is the Assistant Chaplain at the King’s College. He’s led an incredible rugby career, ultimately landing back in a position where he can serve and inspire the next generation of King’s College students.
King's is AdaptabilityKate Kerr (MIDDLEMORE, 2007-08) | Architect
Kate is an Architect with Ponting Fitzgerald in Auckland. Kate talks about how adaptability is important in her career and how King’s helped her develop this skill.