Samuel Marsden Collegiate School’s artwork ‘Matariki – Māori New Year’ has won the prestigious 2017 Saatchi Gallery (London) Art Prize for Schools.  This is one of the most significant student art awards globally and the large collaborative work is on display at the Saatchi Gallery in London 4 – 13 July. The work was chosen from more than 24,000 entries from 66 countries.


A new agribusiness programme aims to encourage high-achieving students into primary industry careers.

Hamilton independent school St Paul’s Collegiate has worked closely with NZQA, the Ministry of Education and representatives from the private sector to design a set of new NCEA achievement standards.

These standards are currently being trialled by 10 lead schools across the country, but will be available to all secondary schools from 2018.


Independent Schools of New Zealand would like to congratulate Auckland International College students Tony Wang and Harry Yeom on their recent success at the National Olympiad competition open to all New Zealand Secondary Schools competing in both Chemistry and Mathematics.


Auckland International College students Angela Jing, left, and Megan Fan

These teens understand the power of the dollar.

Year 11 Auckland International College (AIC) students Angela Jing and Megan Fan are harnessing their fellow students' purchasing power to give free lunches to other Auckland kids.


Auckland International Monetary Policy Challenge Team National Finalist.

The students are left to right are: Anna Tskhakaya, Alan Tran, Angela Jing and Kevin Nguyen

A record number of entries to the Reserve Bank’s Monetary Policy Challenge resulted in tough competition with six schools selected for the national final.