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At the end of 2019 King’s launched a new capital campaign. It is our hope that funds raised through this campaign will enable the College to implement the initial stages of the long-term Master Property Plan, which sets out a vision for the development of the College over the next thirty years or more. 

Having signed off as Board Chair in December 2018, Ross Green has now taken on the role of Chair of the Next Horizon Capital Campaign.

At its core, the Next Horizon campaign is about King’s College being able to deliver a world-class educational experience for our students into the 21st century. That means world-class teachers and a broad range of subjects that will prepare our students for the vast myriad of career choices available to them. It also means world-class facilities and the integration between the core educational curriculum and the extensive variety of co-curricular options on offer.

The first major project is the Performing Arts Centre supported by the Creative Minds: the world needs you campaign, which will enable a remarkable new chapter in the history of King’s. The new Performing Arts Centre will clearly lift the school’s connection with the Performing Arts, but it will also help reposition King’s as a school with culture and performance as a core offering, while equipping our students with the creative skillset to move through life. To learn more about the Performing Arts Centre and what it will offer our current and future students click here.

You can also learn more about our Master Property Plan and exciting new phase of campus development by clicking here.

Talk to us

If you are interested in learning more about our future development plans, please contact our Development Director, Tessa Yeoman

Meet our Capital Campaign Chair
  • Ross Green - Chairman

    MBA, BCom

    Ross is an Old Collegian (Selwyn) and past parent. He is married to Josephine and they have two children, Caroline and Billy who was Deputy Head Boy at King's College in 2007.

    His business career has primarily been in property in Auckland where he is best known as the founder and joint CEO of Kiwi Income Property Trust, which grew to become New Zealand's largest listed property investment vehicle. In recent years, Ross has continued his interest in property in a private capacity.

    Outside business, Ross has served on the boards of St Cuthbert's College, the Spirit of Adventure Trust and the Maritime Museum, and is currently on the board of the Home and Family Trust, the Auckland Theatre Company as well as being chairman of the Waterfront Theatre Trust and chairman of the Ranfurly Care Society.