Melinda Xu gained 1st place in the 'Give It a Go' category in the 2021 Youthtown Songwriting Competition Aoteroa with her composition 'Hello'. We wish Melinda every success with the professional recording of her song which will be a track on the official 2021 Youthtown Songw
News and Achievements
We are delighted to share the huge success that 2 of our students have been selected to represent New Zealand in worldwide International Olympiads, a reflection of their amazing profiency and competency:
Well done to both of our premier water polo teams who came second at the New Zealand Secondary Schools Water Polo Championships!
Huge congratulations to our sailing team who have been crowned back-to-back national champions in the New Zealand Secondary Schools Team Sailing Championships! The team won an incredible 37 out of 40 races including 22 straight wins to lock up the title with a day to spare!
Congratulations to our Hip Hop Mega Crew who won the most original school performance at the Light It Up School Dance Competition on 23 April. They were awarded 5th place overall which is a fabulous achievement. We are very proud of the contribution of the outstanding student leaders
Te Kiko o Rangitoto proudly performed at Polyfest this morning for the first time in over a decade. All students involved have demonstrated commitment and dedication to te ao Māori.
Congratulations to Joe Leith who won the U16 silver medal at the 2021 Optimist Sailing Nationals! Joe has qualified for the World Championships in Italy in June/July as he finished the year's ranking regattas in 2nd place overall out of more than 100 sailors! Joe also won top gun
Another success for star skateboarder Sam Westerkamp! Sam competed in the Bowlzilla National Skateboarding Competition in Wellington last weekend and won the U16 Boys title.
Over the weekend, 83 amazing students and 6 staff represented the College at the 2021 Relay for Life fundraiser.
Our student Mufti Day on Wednesday raised over $3000 for CanTeen. Well done to everyone involved - we do continue to make a difference in our Community with our fundraising efforts.
Huge congratulations to our Premier Boys Volleyball team who won gold on Friday evening at the 2021 Seconday Schools' National Championships. It's the first time Rangitoto College Premier Boys have won the NZ Div 1 Championship.
Superb: our Premier Girls Team are the NZ Nationals Bronze Medal Winners. They have performed excellently this year and are the first Rangitoto girls team to win the Auckland Championship. They also achieved 1st in Premier League and 1st in Harbour Supe
Double Champions! Huge congratulations to our Premier Boys and Girls Volleyball teams who both won golds at the recent Volleyball Championships! Rangitoto College is the first school to ever win both the titles in the same year.
Congradulations to our sailors: Seb Menzies, Jess Redpath, Caleb Armit, Joe Leith, Lucy Leith, Kayla Abbott, Josh Ferrissey and Naiomi Ferrissey for winning the 2021 North of the Bridge Team Sailing Regatta.
Amy Im, in Year 11, came 6th in the Women’s NZ Amateur Strokeplay Championships over the weekend in Wellington. This events also includes all of NZ’s top professionals. She came top 50 including all Professionals.
Tamsin McAsey, Year 11, came 1st in the National Stand Up Paddleboarding Nationals held off Takapuna Beach over the weekend. Tamsin came 1st in the Sprints, Long Distance and Technical Races which is an outstanding achievement! Well Done Tamsin.
Parents and Caregivers are asked to read this Letter to the Community dated 6 March. This includes information about returning to Colle
We are delighted to announce our newly appointed Deputy Head Students for 2021: Maddy Smith, Reuben James, Olivia Kirk and Jaden Movold. Maddy Smith is a Service Committee Leader, Reuben James is a Cultural Committee Leader, Olivia Kirk is an Academic Committee Leader and Jaden Movold i
We welcome Ms Maggie Winterstein into her position as Chair of the Board of Trustees. Mr. Jason Buckley is now the Deputy Chair. Congratulations to Samuel Wong who has been elected as the Student Representative!
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