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21 September, 2016      
From the Principal

As the winter terms finish our attention is focussed on exams, assessments, and doing everything we can to ensure our students get the best possible NCEA results. From the tracking data that I am seeing the school is lifting the bar in terms of achievement, and most importantly, the quality of achievement. There is some outstanding learning taking place, and outstanding teaching facilitating that learning. Personally, I still feel there is a “she’ll be right” apathetic attitude that seems to stick to a few students and we exert a lot of energy trying to negate that. However, across the board that attitude is diminishing rapidly as students and parents realise what is at stake in terms of getting a good start on adult life and career.

Jobs puzzle me. I get that a little work outside of school teaches a great deal. But jobs that take priority over unique opportunities and academic achievement are not something I believe in for adolescents. Most of us spend our whole adult life working hard. I see no reason to sacrifice the precious gift of time to learn and experience new things for an early start on working life. A little part-time and some pocket (fuel or phone) money is reasonable, but for some students their jobs are considerably more than that. I would urge families to consider balance, and that a boss pressuring a young person into turning up because they are “short staffed” and it's “real world” is simply adding to teenager stress. Teenage brains need downtime and sports, music and similar activities allow that.

It has been a wonderful term of considerable progress and success for our school, emphatically demonstrated by our outstanding Premier Netball Team. Never have I sent out so many congratulations letters to deserving students. From the wonderful “Beauty and the Beast” school show to Winter Tournament week  - we are already for a breather.

Have a lovely family holiday, and whilst one eye will be on the looming NCEA exams, hopefully you will find some fun distractions on the way.

Russell Brooke

Ps – The MCAT…
Clearly there has been a problem here with NZQA’s quality control procedures. Teachers and students are stressed by what has happened and that is the very last thing we want coming into the business end of the NCEA year. Moreover, we want students to gain confidence with their maths, not be put off by an exam paper they can’t engage with.

NZQA are talking about making sure that no students are disadvantaged, and their intention will be to create a marking schedule which effectively scales everyone up. The problem is that the test was so challenging that many students struggled to engage, and hence haven’t produced sufficient material to be scaled. There is little the school can do except lodge a complaint. We will ignore the MCAT for 2017 pre-requisites and use other assessments and our knowledge of the students.

North Harbour Champions

History was made recently when the Long Bay College Premier Netball team won the North Harbour Netball College Premier Grade this term. In front of a big crowd of supporters, Long Bay College played Westlake Girls in the Grand Final and having had a loss and a draw against Westlake earlier in the season, the girls were keen for their first ever title win.

It was an incredibly close game with Long Bay College taking the victory by one goal. This was the first time that Long Bay College has ever won the Premiership Title. Celebrations were a plenty as the players, coaches, family, teachers and fellow students savored the historic moment in Long Bay College sporting history.

Winter Tournament
2016 was a very successful year for Long Bay College at Winter Tournament. All of our teams battled hard while displaying exemplary sportsmanship and we are incredibly proud of you all.

A huge thank you to all the parents, teachers, coaches, managers, students, family and friends who contributed their time and energy to support our wonderful sports teams.

Premier Netball Team
7th Place - Upper North Island Championships

Hockey 1st XI Girls
Runner-up - Kate Trolove Cup

Hockey 1st XI Boys
7th Place - Olympic Stick Tournament

Football 1st XI Girls
31st Place - Lotto Premier National Tournament
Winner - Fair Play Award

Football 1st XI Boys
9th Place – Trident Tournament

Basketball Senior Girls
Runner-ups – BBNZ Secondary Schools Northern Cup

Basketball Senior Boys
7th Place – BBNZ Secondary Schools Northern Cup

Basketball Junior Boys
9th Place - BBNZ Secondary Schools Junior A Grade

Curling Team
2nd - North Island Mixed Grade

LBC Alumni Day

On Friday 28 October 2016, Long Bay College will be holding its annual Alumni Day where former students of the school challenge the current top teams in Cricket, Hockey, Football and Netball. Games will be held at the school and North Harbour Hockey. Cricket begins at 10am, while the other matches will be held in the afternoon from 1.30pm. The school will be open for the Long Bay community to come along and cheer on the teams!

Refreshments for Alumni will be held in the Long Bay College staffroom from 3.30pm. Please email Janelle Deuchrass for further information.

Group Photos
Earlier in the year Photolife visited Long Bay College to photograph some of our sports teams and cultural groups.

The students who had their photos taken have now been emailed a "shoot key". To view and purchase photographs:
  1. Go to
  2. Click “Order Online”
  3. Enter your secure Shoot Key Code (make sure you allow pop-ups for the payment process)
  4. Click “VIEW ALL” to see all the packages available

Place your order before 8am on Monday 17 October 2016 to receive FREE DELIVERY via the school.

If your family does not have access to the Internet to order online, or for any other queries, please email Janelle Deuchrass

Please be aware that road marking outside Long Bay College will be completed over the school holidays on Ashley Ave (from the College Entrance down) and Cavalli Rd (new road directly north of the College).  This is a consent requirement from Auckland Council.

Both of these roads have cycle ways on them and once this marking is complete it will mean parking in these roads will be restricted to designated parking bays only as it is illegal to park in a cycleway.
School Buses
On August 14, the tracking of school buses was switched on in Auckland Transports real-time systems. This change means that students will now be able to view School Bus information in the same way as other Public Transport services:
  • At a bus stop viewing a Passenger Information Display (PID) for next departing bus
  • Using Track My Bus app
  • School Bus schedules are also available using the Journey Planner app
For more information visit
NCEA Revision Classes

26 September -8 October
Over the school holidays NCEA Revision Classes will be held at Rangitoto College. All classes are taken by experienced teachers and are open to NCEA students from ALL Secondary Schools. The cost per class is from $35 and numbers are limited per class. Register online

Years 10 & 11
At this hectic time of school exams and internal assessments, I am delighted to see some of the fantastic results of our current Year 11 students. As a cohort, this group have been busy, determined and shown resilience amongst the pressure that comes with sitting NCEA Level 1.

When looking at some of these results, the data is very positive. At the last check, 58 of our students, out of 337, currently have achieved at Level 1. 177 students have 65 credits (the minimum requirement is 80 credits). It is important to remember here that a lot of our students have external exams that they can still gain even more credits in November. This puts them in good stead for a successful year.  

At the time of writing this newsletter, 95% of our students have already gained Level 1 Literacy. This is not only a credit to the students themselves, but also to the teachers who have worked hard with them across a variety of subjects in which they can gain these 10 Literacy credits in. Our numeracy results look equally impressive. We will not know exact data until the end of the year, as many of our courses gain numeracy towards the beginning of Term 4.

Finally, over 12% of our students have already gained over 90% Excellence credits this year (and have Excellence Endorsements) and of these students, 13 of them have an Excellence pass rate of 100% Excellence! Again, this is a credit to them for their hard work and determination.

It is encouraging to see so many students who have worked studiously over this busy end of the year with option choices, examinations and internal assessments. I have really enjoyed looking at this data, and am very proud of what many of our students at Long Bay College are achieving.

Melissa Ibbett, Director of Learning - Years 10 & 11
Parent Support Network
The next Parent Support Network seminar will be on Wednesday, November 2nd from 7-8:30pm in the Long Bay College staffroom. The topic will be: Effective Communication, Better Relationships.
In this seminar Presenter John Meeske, MSc Psych (Hons) will look at:
  • Understanding others and the importance of perceptions
  • The dangers of indirect communication
  • Conversation roadblocks
  • Battling defensiveness and avoiding blow-outs
  • Improving relationships through effective communication
This seminar will be particularly useful for parents and teenagers who are struggling to communicate, as well as those people who want to improve their relationships with friends, family or work colleagues.
As this is a catered event please book online at with the code w8hd3 or contact John Meeske on 09-4779009 ext 840 to register. Places are limited to 80 per event.
For more information on upcoming seminars please email John Meeske on
Learning Support

Some of the students in Learning Support have been making bird boxes as part of the SPEC programme they are following.

The starling boxes were made using a kit – the holes are the exact size for starlings, but too small for the Mynah's to get in and get the babies!

Each student had a choice of how to decorate them, as you can see 3 of them decided to use mosaic, The students will now be putting them up and watching the starlings make their nests and feed their young

KBB Music Festival

Since 1983, the KBB Music Festival has been showcasing many of New Zealand’s finest young musicians performing in secondary school orchestras, concert bands, stage bands, jazz bands and chamber orchestras from within the Auckland region.

Long Bay College had three groups performing as part of the 2016 KBB Music Festival at the Holy Trinity Cathedral in Auckland, alongside 135 other groups. The school came away with three awards, a commended for the Chamber Orchestra, and a bronze for both the Concert Band and Big Band.

Long Bay College students Nicole Goosen, Rosemary Choi and Chris Modrich were also selected to be a part of the honours programme, which is an ensemble selected from top students across all schools to come together, rehearse and perform with an acclaimed international conductor.

Best of the Best Concert
“The Best of the Best” Music Concert will showcase the incredible musical talent we have here at Long Bay College.

The show will feature top performance groups and include items from Voxette and Big Band, as well as some of our best soloists from throughout the year .

The "Best of the Best" is at 6.30pm on Thursday 22 September at the Long Bay College Auditorium. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased from Reception. Door sales will also be available.
Sebastian Dolan
The North Shore Aero Club runs the Young Eagles programme to foster and give young people the opportunity to experience flying, and to discover the many facets of following a career in aviation.

After a rigorous selection process, Sebastian Dolan was selected to participate in this programme, that ran from March to July. The programme included theory lessons, trial flights and other aviation related experiences and trips.

At the completion of the course, the Year 11 student was awarded a $1500 scholarship and recognised for showing talent and a passion for a career in aviation. This scholarship will award him with sufficient flying time and instruction to “go solo”, which is the first big achievement in any pilot’s career.

We wish Sebastian all the best in his future endeavours in following his passion to become a pilot.
Global Summit 2016
Massey University hosts The Global Summit once a year, which is open to a select number of Year 12 and 13 students, providing them with the opportunity to participate in a UN Security Council-type setting to gain valuable insight into international negotiation and collaboration. Year 13 students Wiremu Smith and Bayley Kalach were Long Bay College’s successful applicants for 2016.

Held on Monday 27 June, students were required to act as the representatives of a nominated country, advising on a contested contemporary issue of armed conflict and its many associated problems. Both students made valuable contributions in debating one of the most pressing contemporary issues facing our global community.  

Bayley Kalach was recognised for his skills in collaboration and was awarded a trophy.
Level 3 Biology Trip
On a cold Monday morning the Level 3 Biology cohort of 70 students travelled to Auckland Museum for a fantastic revision trip. The students attended 2 hour long lectures that helped them to revise the external standards of ‘Speciation’ and ‘Human Evolution’.

The students really valued the opportunity to handle rare fossils from the Museum archives during each lecture.

After the lectures and a spot of lunch students visited the ‘Natural History of NZ’ exhibit and had the opportunity to put the theory of the ‘Speciation’ topic into a New Zealand context in preparation for their external exam. Overall a great day out was had by all.

MIE Experts

Each year, Microsoft selects innovative educators to share ideas, try new approaches and learn from each other as a global community dedicated to improving student outcomes through technology. Long Bay College's Deputy Principal, Carol Mare, Head of Digital Information Technologies Michelle Gallagher and Digital Information Technologies teacher Tony Bailey, have now been named as an Microsoft Innovative Educator (MIE) Experts.

As an MIE Expert, educators build their capacity for using technology in both the classroom and curriculum to improve student learning, advise Microsoft and educational institutions on how to integrate technology in pedagogically sound ways, and be an advocate at conferences, events and trainings for how Microsoft technology can improve learning.

Congratulations to these three members of the Long Bay College teaching staff on this great achievement.

Careers Week

The Careers Centre will be hosting a mini-Careers expo in the second week of Term 4 from 17 – 20 October. The expos will be held at lunchtimes in the Careers Centre and Function Room with presentations and displays from trades, including  BCITO, MITO, Work Choice, Competenz, ATT and more.

Other participants will be from Media and IT, beauty therapy, hairdressing, vet nursing, travel and sport.  Please watch the Student Notices, LBC Facebook page and the Careers Site for updates on exhibitors and the schedule. Everyone is welcome.

Careers Trips
Throughout the year, Long Bay College students have the opportunity to experience an industry they may be interested in on career trips. These have included building, electrical, engineering, nursing and agriculture, some students even visited a tattoo parlour.

The Careers Centre is a place where first steps are taken on the career pathway for students.  The Centre is available to assist students with subject selection and preparation for tertiary study and the world of work.

There is a wide range of resources available in the Careers Centre:

  • Prospectus and course booklets for universities, polytechnics, private training providers, industry training programmes and apprenticeships.
  • Guest speakers from tertiary institutions and companies.
  • A computer suite for student use.
  • Future Pathways programme information
  • Student job vacancies.
  • One-on-one sessios with the Careers Advisor

Future Pathways - GATEWAY - opens a new pathway from school to the world of work. It's a great opportunity for students to blend school study with workplace learning and training and assessment. Gateway helps students build their skills for employment, working in real workplaces on real tasks. It gives opportunities to try out potential careers and build links to industry training organisations, modern apprenticeships and workplaces.

Future Pathways - STAR - Individual Programmes and Short Courses - these facilitate individual learning programmes for students such as courses with outside providers and short introductory and holiday courses.

For further information, contact the Careers Centre, Room A3 or email

Business Studies Trip

Level 3 Accounting and Economics Trip to Wellington 
During our full-on 2-day visit, we were treated to numerous visits to important Government agencies and businesses. On the first day we went on tours and had workshops at the Supreme Court, Parliament, BNZ Museum and Trading Desk.

We started the second day with breakfast on the waterfront with a spectacular sunrise and later ventured to Treasury, the Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ), Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, and Te Papa. 

Highlights of the trip included the farewell ceremony for Sir Jerry Mateparae (the Governor General), meeting multiple senior politicians and being interviewed for TV. Te Papa was also a great experience, as we were able to see the Gallipoli exhibit which we thought was amazing. As students with a particular interest in Accounting and Economics, visiting Chartered Accountants, Treasury and the RBNZ helped us to see the array of different career options that are available for us.

We thoroughly enjoyed our time in Wellington, and encourage future Year 13 students involved in Economics and Accounting to take up this great opportunity to see what career paths these subjects could lead you to!
- Ethan Laby, Year 13

Surf Championships

Congratulations to Josh Sanderson and Conor McDermott who competed on behalf of Red Beach Surf Club in the Northern Region Surf Lifesaving Club Pool Championships earlier this month achieving these amazing results.    

Josh Sanderson  (Mens 13 & Under) : 1st 4*50 medlay relay, 1st 4x50 obstacle relay, 1st 4x25 brick relay

Conor McDermott  (Mens 13 & Under) : 1st 4*50 medlay relay, 1st 4x50 obstacle relay, 1st 4x25 brick relay

Daniel Benzie
Congratulations to Daniel Benzie for his success at the Northern Regional Surf Championships in the weekend. The Year 9 student was 1st in the Tube Rescue event.

During the October school holidays he will be competing for the Mairangi Bay Surf Lifesaving Club at the National Surf Pool Championships and we wish him the best of luck.

Daniel is pictured here with his first place ribbon.
Congratulations to the Long Bay College Cheerleaders who won silver at the Spring Carnival Championships last weekend in the Level 1 Secondary Division.

This is the first time the team has competed, well done!

Click here to watch a video of the performance.
Connor Bell
Congratulations to Year 10 student Connor Bell who recently competed in New Caledonia and won the U16 Boys Throwers Cup.

Connor is currently nationally ranked 2nd in the U18 (1.5 g) discus in 2016 with a personal best so far this year of 52.66 m. He is still only U16 and does not move up into this age group until the end of the year.

Well done!
Ethan Clifford
Congratulations to Year 9 student Ethan Clifford who has been invited to attend the U15 Boys Northern Basketball National Talent Development Camp.
Hayden Druce
Congratulations to Year 11 student Hayden Druce on being selected to attend the U17 Boys Northern Basketball National Talent Development Camp.
Emma Pugh
Congratulations to Year 9 student Emma Pugh who has been invited to attend the U15 Girls Northern National Basketball Talent Development Camp.
Keane Drakely
Congratulations to Year 10 Keane Drakely who has been selected to play for the Auckland Rugby League Under 14/15 Restricted Team.
Rugby 7's
Our Rugby 7s Girls team was lucky enough to meet New Zealand's silver medal winning women's sevens players recently. The Long Bay College students heard about the Olympic experiences of the Black Ferns in Rio - they even got to try on the Olympic medal for size!
Brandon Matthews

Year 12 student Brandon Matthews headed to Hawaii last month to play for North Harbour U16 A Boys Regional Representative Waterpolo in the Hawaiian Invitational waterpolo tournament.

The boys played against very strong field of competitive teams from Hawaii and the mainland USA and ended up a credible 4th place overall.

It was a great group of boys and they all developed as a team and learnt a lot about travelling, playing and representing their club, in this overseas competition. The boys were lucky to be able to play in this competition and enjoyed some life experiences, along the way, with the support of their team mates and parents at this tournament.

Brandon is in the maroon cap #6.

Canoe Polo
Congratulations to the Long Bay College Canoe Polo team who competed at the Solstice Tournament in Wellington over the weekend.

The team came 3rd in their division for Under 18 Canoe Polo, beating the other Auckland team in the play offs to finish the top Auckland Under 18 team. Well done!

What's Coming Up?
Monday 19 September-Friday 23 September – Level 2PED Leadership Camp
Wednesday 21 September – Stress Management Seminar, LBC Staffroom
Wednesday 21 September – Level 1A Geography Tiritiri Matangi Trip
Thursday 22 September - Best of the Best Music Concert
Friday 23 September – End of Term 3
Monday 10 October – Term 4 begins
Monday 10 October – Wednesday 12 October – Dance Show
Sunday 16 October – Long Bay College Baptist Church Concert
Monday 17 October – Morning melodies
Wednesday 26 October – Arts Awards
Friday 28 October – Alumni Day
Tuesday 1 November – Sports Awards
Monday 7 November – Wednesday 9 November – Year 9 & Level 1A Exams
Monday 7 November – International Trip to Sheepworld
Wednesday 9 November – NCEA exams begin
Wednesday 9 November – International trip to Waiwera Hot Pools
Friday 11 November – International Trip to Kelly Tarltons
Monday 14 November – International Trip to Rangitoto Island
Monday 14 November – Tuesday 15 November L1APED trip to Woodhill
Wednesday 16 November – International Trip to Muriwai Beach
Friday 18 November – International Beach BBQ
Wednesday 16 November-Thursday 17 November – Junior Performing Arts Showcase
Monday 21 November – Friday 2 December – Year 9 3-day camps
Monday 21 November – International Trip to Bethell’s Beach
Wednesday 23 November – International Trip to Rainbow’s End
Friday 25 November – International Trip to Tree Adventure
Monday 28 November – International Beach BBQ
Friday 2 December – Year 9 Prize Giving
Monday 5 December – Academic Prize Giving
Ko te Rāhina te tekau mā iwa o Mahuru ki te- Rāmere te rua tekau mā toru o Mahuru - Te tau rua Hopuni Hautūtanga
Ko te Rāapa te rua tekau mā tahi o Mahuru - Te Wānanga o Pōraruraru, kei rūma o kaiako LBC
Ko te Rāapa te rua tekau mā tahi o Mahuru - Te tau 10 Tiripi o Tiokarewhi
Ko te Rāpare te rua tekau mā rua o Mahuru - Te Konohete o Pūoru
Ko te Rāmere te rua tekau mā toru o Mahuru - Te Mutunga o Wāhanga Toru
Ko te Rāhina te tekau o Whiringa-ā-nuku - Te Tīmata o Wāhanga Whā
Ko te Rāhina te tekau ki te Rāapa te tekau mā rua - Te Whakaari o Kanikani o Whiringa-ā-nuku
Ko te Rātapu te tekau mā ono o Whiringa-ā-nuku - Te Konohete o Oneroa kei Whare Karakia
Ko te Rāhina te tekau mā whitu o Whiringa-ā-nuku - I te ata rangi
Ko te Rāapa te rua tekau mā ono o Whiringa-ā-nuku - Ngā Whakawhiwhinga o Whakatoi
Ko te Rāmere te rua tekau mā waru o Whiringa-ā-nuku - Te Rā o Ākonga o mua
Ko te Rātū te tuatahi o Whiringa-ā-rangi - Ngā Whakawhiwhinga o Hākinakina
Ko te Rāhina te tuawhitu ki te Rāapa te tuaiwa - Ngā Whakamātautau o te tau 9/10 o Whiringa-ā-rangi
Ko te Rāhina te tuawhitu o Whiringa-ā-rangi - Te Tiripi kei te ao o hipi
Ko te Rāapa te tuaiwa o Whiringa-ā-rangi - Te Tīmata o Whakamātautau NCEA
Ko te Rāapa te tuaiwa o Whiringa-ā-rangi - Te Tiripi kei te Waiariki o Waiwera
Ko te Rāmere te tekau mā tahi o Whiringa-ā-rangi - Te Tiripi kei a Kelly Tarltons
Ko te Rāhina te tekau mā whā o Whiringa-ā-rangi - Te Tiripi kei te motu o Rangitoto
Ko te Rāhina te tekau mā whā ki te Rātū te tekau-mā rima o Whiringa-ā-rangi - Te Tau 10 Hākinakina tiripi kei Woodhill                                   
Ko te Rāapa te tekau mā ono o Whiringa-ā-rangi - Te Tiripi kei tātahi o Muriwai
Ko te Rāmere te tekau mā waru o Whiringa-ā-rangi - Te Tiripi kei tātahi BBQ
Ko te Rāapa te tekau mā ono ki te Rāpare te tekau - Te Whakaari Whakatoi mā whitu o Whiringa-ā-rangi
Ko te Rāhina te rua tekau mā tahi o Whiringa-ā-rangi- Ki te Rāmere te tuarua o Hakihea
 - Te Hopuni o te tau iwa
Ko te Rāhina te rua tekau mā tahi o Whiringa-ā-rangi - Te Tiripi kei tātahi o Bethell
Ko te Rāapa te rua tekau mā toru o Whiringa-ā-rangi - Te Tiripi kei Rainbow’s End
Ko te Rāmere te rua tekau mā rima o Whiringa-ā-rangi - Te Tiripi kei Tree Adventure
Ko te Rāhina te rua tekau mā waru o Whiringa-ā-rangi - Te Tiripi kei tātahi BBQ
Ko te Rāmere te tuarua o Hakihea - Ngā Whakawhiwhinga o te Tau Iwa
Ko te Rāhina te tuarima o Hakihea - Ngā Whakawhiwhinga o Akoranga
919日,星期一-923日,星期五 - L2体育领袖营
921日,星期三 -压力管理研讨会,学校职员室
921日,星期三 -外出学习:L1A地理,至Tiritiri Matangi
922日,星期四 -精英音乐会
923日,星期五 -第三学期结束
1010日,星期一 -第四学期开始
1010日,星期一-1012日,星期三 -舞蹈表演
1016日,星期日 -长湾中学浸礼者教会音乐会
1017日,星期一 -早晨的旋律
1026日,星期三 -美术颁奖
1028日,星期五 -校友日
111日,星期二 -体育颁奖
117日,星期一119日,星期三 -九年级和L1A考试
119日,星期三 - NCEA考试结束
119日,星期三 -国际生一日游,至Waiwera温泉
1111日,星期五 -国际生一日游,至Kelly Tarltons水族馆
1114日,星期一-1115日,星期二 -外出学习:L1A体育,至Woodhill
1116日,星期三 -国际生一日游,至Muriwai海滩
1118日,星期五 -国际生一日游,至海滩烧烤
1116日,星期三-1117日,星期四 -低年级生表演艺术表演
1121日,星期一-122日,星期五 -九年级三日营
1121日,星期一 -国际生一日游,至Bethell沙滩
1123日,星期三 -国际生一日游,至Rainbow’s End游乐场
1123日,星期三 -国际生一日游,至Tree Adventure
1128日,星期一 -国际生一日游,至海滩烧烤
122日,星期五 -九年级颁奖仪式
9.19()-9.23() – Level 2 PED 리더십 캠프
9.21() – 스트레스 관리 세미나, LBC 스태프룸
9.21() – Level 1A 지리학 티리티리마탕기섬 현장학습
9.22() – 베스트오브베스트 뮤직콘서트
9.23() – 3학기 종료
10.10() – 4학기 시작
10.10() –10.12() – 댄스쇼
10.16() – 롱베이컬리지 침례교회 콘서트
10.17() –모닝 멜로니
10.26() – 예술상 수여
10.28() – 동문의 날
11.1() – 스포츠 어워드
11.7() – 11.9() – 9학년 & Level 1A 시험
11.7() – 인터내셔널 트립  Sheepworld 농장
11.9() – NCEA 시험 시작
11.9() – 인터내셔널 트립  와이웨라(Waiwera) 온천
11.11() –인터내셔널 트립 Kelly Tarltons
11.14() – 인터내셔널 트립 랑기토토(Rangitoto) 섬
11.14()11.15()-  L1APED  소풍 Woodhill
11.16() – 인터내셔널 트립 뮤리와이( Muriwai) 해변
11.17() – 인터내셔널 해변 바베큐
11.16() -11.17() – 주니어 공연예술 행사
11.21() –12.2() –9학년 3일 캠프
11.21() – 인터내셔널 트립 베델스(Bethell’s) 해변
11.23() – 인터내셔널 소풍 Rainbow’s End 테마파크
11.25() –인터내셔널 트립 트리 어드벤쳐(Tree Adventure)
11.28() – 인터내셔널 해변 바베큐
12.2() – 9학년 포상 수여
12.5() – 아카데믹 포상 수여
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