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Springbank School

Primary/Intermediate/Secondary (Years 1-13, approx age 5-17)

Springbank School offers international students a unique experience. Our school is situated in a peaceful rural setting in the beautiful Bay of Islands, New Zealand. The Bay of Islands region is one of New Zealand's tourist hotspots and provides an unparalleled array of extra-curricular activities such as surfing, sailing, diving, fishing, golf and horse riding. At Springbank, our students enjoy a safe, caring environment, with positive family values. Our smaller class sizes provide better opportunities to develop strong personal attributes and all students are very supportive of one another. Springbank offers the highly-regarded International Cambridge Curriculum and we are nationally recognised for our students' high academic success.

Contact Springbank School
Physical address

78 Waimate North Road RD3
0293 Kerikeri
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Phone numbers

64 9 407 5236

  • Number of students: 205
  • Number of international students: 16
  • Male and Female

Qualifications available

  • Cambridge International Examinations

School features

  • Academic guidance
  • Accommodation advisory service
  • Career guidance
  • English language support
  • Homestay placement service
  • International student services
  • Wifi on campus

Accommodation

  • Homestay
Springbank’s clear vision has been supported by significant re-investment over time. Sustained growth has resulted in the introduction of facilities such as an artificial training turf, obstacle course, running and cycling track, full size gymnasium, library, science laboratory and multiple computer suites.
Many overseas students choose Northland because of its warm climate. It’s known in New Zealand as the ‘winterless north’. The area has beautiful beaches, forests, lakes and rivers. Māori culture is rich and vibrant.

Whangarei, Northland’s largest centre, means ‘cherished harbour’ and the small coastal town certainly lives up to its name.

Northland is a popular holiday destination for Aucklanders who fish, dive and sail in the stunning Bay of Islands. Take a cruise and you’ll almost always see dolphins.

Northland is where European history in New Zealand began and there are fascinating historic Māori and European settler sites to visit.
Main centres: 

Kerikeri, Paihia, Whangarei

Towns: 

Ahipara, Cape Reinga, Dargaville, Okaihau, Kaikohe, Omapere/Opononi, Kaitaia, Rawene, Kohukohu, Tutukaka

Regional information provided by Tourism New Zealand
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