The College at ACG Tauranga offers a comprehensive, well-rounded academic education and a strong foundation for a bright future. We equip your child with the confidence, knowledge, and skills required for tomorrow’s world.
Our College is divided into two levels, Lower Secondary School (Years 7-10) and Senior School (Years 11-13).
At every stage, your child will develop a range of skills like problem-solving, critical thinking, creativity, teamwork, independent learning and communication, underpinned by an internationally recognised curriculum.
The ACG Tauranga Student Leadership model provides an integrated approach that acknowledges the diverse ways in which students can contribute to and participate in the life of the school. It aims to encourage involvement and a collegial approach to leadership, whilst recognising the value of service. Each year, a variety of leadership roles are filled by senior students, including roles in sports, peer tutoring, social events, and the arts.
NCEA is a curriculum built around internal assessments that take place throughout the academic year. Because of the heavy assessment schedule, teachers may spend a lot of time preparing, delivering, moderating, and marking assessments. The Cambridge curriculum allows our teachers to use classroom time more effectively. Cambridge is externally examined, with an end-of-year examination, allowing teachers to spend more time teaching students and less marking assessments.
We understand that choosing a school for your child is a significant decision. We welcome you to contact us and visit at a time that suits you.