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Pompallier Catholic College

Secondary (Years 9-13, approx age 13-17)

Pompallier College is situated in an exclusive rural environment, only five minute away from Whangarei town centre. The surroundings are ideal for students who enjoy adventure and are keen to try new sports or recreational activities. Our outdoor education program can accommodate students who are interested in hockey, surfing, diving, kayaking, sailing and many others activities. The number of International students is restricted to 20 which allows full integration in school life and an authentic experience of Kiwi lifestyle and tradition. The subject choice is versatile from traditional academic subjects to specialised courses like Photography or Electronics.
Tuition in advanced French, Russian or other languages can be arranged by the college.



Contact Pompallier Catholic College
Physical address

State Highway 14, Maunu
0179 Whangarei
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Phone numbers

64 9 438 3950

  • Number of students: 500
  • Number of international students: 14
  • Male and Female

Qualifications available

  • National Certificate of Educational Achievement

School features

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

Accommodation

  • Homestay

Religious Facilities (on-site)

  • Chapel

Religious Clubs

  • Anglican
  • Baptist
  • Catholic
  • Christian
The College has many facilities which include a library, very large sports fields, outdoor pool,
gymnasium, a Year 13 common room, computer rooms, modern classrooms for technology
and design and a large assembly hall. Wireless high-speed internet is available to all students.
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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