Congratulations SeoYoung on your acceptance to NYUAD (Abu Dhabi) on a full fees scholarship.
News and Achievements
Stuss have passed X-Factor bootcamp and are now in the final 24 acts going to the Judges Retreat round.
Congratulations to Rangitoto College band, Stuss!
Cody Wilcox, Pierre Beasley, Luke Lattimore and Josh Strand (all Year 13 students) have qualified for Boot Camp on X-Factor NZ.
Soomin Kim was the winner in the 16-18 years category at the New Zealand Aria Awards in Rotorua. She performed six songs in total and was awarded a trophy as well as a monetary prize.
Emma Aley travelled to the Gold Coast, Australia in January to compete in the Showcase National Finals.
The Head Girls are Carla Camilleri and Amy Crowther.The Deputies are:
Joe Abbott, Eru Hudson, Steven Kim, Stephanie Cooper, Danielle Goh and Megan McGhie.
Well done to all 2014 students who completed their NCEA examinations.
Congratulations to James McLean and Matthew Taylor.All the best at The George Washington University attending on a Waterpolo scholarship.
Congratulations to Nicole Chestnut.Nicole is off to Michigan on a full Student Athlete Scholarship for Volleyball. All the best Nicole!
To read the full NZ Herald story please click here.
Congratulations to the Premier Boys Waterpolo Team who finished 1st at the 2014 Trans Tasman School Boys Tournament – hosted by Rangitoto College from 12-15 December. The boys played Auckland Grammar in a thrilling final and came away with an 11-4 win.
Congratulations to the Premier Girls Touch Team - winners of the 2014 New Zealand Secondary Schools Touch Nationals played at Bruce Pulman Park 12-14 December. The girls worked extremely hard to get through the pool play to reach the finals on Sunday - the first half of the final looke
Congratulations to all the recipients of the Year 9 and Year 10 Junior Prizegiving.
Congratulations to all Māori and Pasifica students for their achievements and accomplishments this year.
Please click here for the link to our school’s profile on TV2’s The 4.30 Show.
A donation page has been set up by friends to assist with supporting one of our students, Keagan Scott and his sister. They tragically lost their mother, in unfortunate circumstances last Thursday 27 November. Rangitoto College would like to help Keagan and his family.
Tai Wynyard's winning streak continues. At the Maori Sports Awards 2014, Tai was named Maori Sportsman of the Year. Tai is sharing this honour with his life long hero. Congratulatons to Tai Wynyard and his father Jason Wynard on achieving such a success.
The temporary lockdown has been lifted and life at the College returned to normal routine.
All students and staff appreciate the concern shown by our community.
Dr Nigel Evans, on behalf of the Wolf Fisher Trust, awarded Doug Udy Bothwell, a teacher from our maths department, with a Woolf Fisher Fellowship.
ASB College Sport’s Young Sports Person Of The Year [YSPOTY] awards were held last evening at the ASB Lounge, Eden Park.
Rangitoto College achieved 5 category award winners: