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Alfriston College

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

Alfriston International...sharing New Zealand now. Opened in 2004, Alfriston College is a modern and welcoming learning environment. We are a co educational school of just over 1300 students from years 9 to 13 and can provide you with a culturally rich and truly authentic New Zealand educational experience.
Curriculum
An extensive programme including all the core curriculum areas (Maths, English, the Sciences) as well as Technology, Design, Visual Arts, Photography, Hospitality, Drama, Dance, Social Studies, Outdoor Education, Classics, and Languages.
Extracurricular Activities
Full sports programme, - we can even help set you up with sports not played in school. Drama, Dance and Music.



Contact Alfriston College
Physical address

550 Porchester Road
2105 Auckland
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Phone numbers

64 9 269 0080

  • Number of students: 1,400
  • Number of international students: Around 7-10 FTE per year
  • Male and Female

Qualifications available

  • National Certificate of Educational Achievement

School features

  • Academic guidance
  • Homestay placement service
  • Wifi on campus

Accommodation

  • Homestay

As a new school, we have excellent facilities. Beach volleyball courts, a dance studio, a student run café and adjustable learning spaces (we can move walls to make classrooms bigger or smaller!) are just some of the great design features. All classes have access to computers in the room and the library is spacious and well equipped. For our senior students, the Independent Learning Centre offers a space to study outside of lesson times. All the whänau blocks have sinks and microwaves for students to use with spaces to sit, chat and make friends at break times.

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Auckland Central

Towns: 

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