Scholarships

Congratulations to the Rangitoto College students from 2019 who achieved 192 Scholarships including 24 at "Outstanding" level. Rangitoto College for the second year running is the Top Scholarship School in New Zealand.
 

Academic Scholarships

  • NZQA Premier Award Winners: Tessa Herkt, seven Scholarships four at outstanding. Raymond Zhang six Scholarships three at outstanding and Noah Ferguson-Dudding five Scholarships three at outstanding.
  • NZQA Outstanding Scholar Winners: Davit Choi, Amy Crawford and Friederike Voit (Yr 12).
  • Top in the County for Scholarship Art History: Frederike Voit (Yr 12).
  • Ji Hoon Lee, Michaela Ryan-Lentini gained five Scholarships.
  • Sophie Chan, Mei Sen Chan, Amy Crawford, Zijin Ping, Joyce Yang and Nickolas Petranovic gaining four Scholarships each.
  • Noah Fergusson-Dudding 23/24 for English and 22/24 for Physical Education; Frederike Voit (Yr 12) 23/24 for Art History; Connor Rice 22/24 for Painting and Raymond Zhang 29/32 for Chemistry.
  • Rangitoto College Art History students, gained seven out of the 26 Scholarships awarded nationally and students who sat the Chinese Scholarship exam received nine of the 27 awarded nationally.

 

SCHOLARSHIPS ACHIEVED

Biology 27
Physics8
Chemistry 14
Geography10
History14
Classics7
Art History7
English31
Painting3
Photography6
Japanese3
Chinese7
PE14
Economics4
Accounting 5
Technology1
Statistics13
Calculus10
Media Studies3
Dance 0
Design and Visual Communication0
Music 2
Design 2
Spanish 1

 

Student-Athlete Scholarships 

USA Sports Scholarships

Div 1 Student-Athlete Curriculum Requirements

  1. Should aim to complete both Level 2 (by end of year 12) and Level 3 (by end of year 13).
  2. Must have five core areas from Level 1 or higher:
    1. Four of the five areas must be English, Maths (MATHS, CALCULUS or STATISTICS), Physical Science (SCIENCE, BIOLOGY, CHEMISTRY or PHYSICS) and a Social Science (GEOGRAPHY, HISTORY, SOCIOLOGY, ART HISTORY, CLASSICAL STUDIES, ECONOMICS)
    2. The last core area can be an additional Maths, Physical Science, English, Social Science, Language or Economics. It cannot be Physical Education, Computer Science/ICT, Health, Dance, Drama, Media, etc which are considered to be vocational courses. This does not mean you should not choose these subjects – it means you will not be able to count them as a core subject.
    3. Student needs 15 credits or more in each core area, above Level 1
  3. The highest of the 15 credits will be taken to consider GPA. The current minimum GPA level is 2.3) in each of the five core areas.
  4. SAT or ACT score must comply with the sliding GPA and test score table for a qualifier (essentially, the lower your GPA the higher your SAT/ACT score needs to be).

NCAA Division I Core Course Requirements

  • 4 years of English
  • 3 years of Mathematics
  • 2 years of natural/physical Science
  • 1 year of additional English, Mathematics or natural/physical Science
  • 2 years of Social Science
  • 4 years of additional courses (from any area above or a language)

Each year of study in an individual subject is considered a ‘course’. Ten of these courses must be completed prior to end of Year 12.

To support application a transcript showing all report grades from Year 9 will be required, along with an official NCEA record of learning for all levels.