At Christ’s College, we get boys. It’s what makes us one of New Zealand’s leading independent schools for boys from Years 9 to 13. We understand what makes them tick. We enjoy their energy, their humour, their ideas and their zest for life. We celebrate boys and we teach in ways they learn best. Our commitment is to work with each boy, to inspire and encourage him to always aspire to reach his full potential.
"We have a clear vision at Christ’s College – to educate boys to be virtuous men who make a positive contribution to society."
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Year 7 Information Evening
Monday 1 November, 6:30pm
Give a boy a place to find his strengths and he'll excel. Christ's College is that place. We get boys, so we teach how they learn best. Our strong academic, cultural, sport and co-curricular programmes are supported by small classes and a holistic approach to wellbeing, while our House system fosters belonging and comradery. Attend our Year 7 Information Evening to find out what life is like at the South Island's only independent secondary school for boys.
Wednesday 3 November
Give the lifelong gift of opportunity. Giving Day aims to build a scholarship fund specifically for boys who might not otherwise be able to attend College. Every dollar you give on this day will be tripled with contributions already pledged by major donors. More details coming soon.
Everyone's welcome at Christ’s College. Visit our enrolments section to download a prospectus, explore College via video, learn more about boarding and get information for international students.
College bowls out CBHS in Gillette Cup
College was in fine form on Saturday, with the 1st XI scoring 224/9 to secure an impressive 44-run win over Christchurch Boys’ High School in the local Gillette Cup Semi-Final.
Conservation Award for Eco-Trust
A student-powered initiative to enhance the natural local environment has been recognised at the Conservation Awards.
College is renowned for the quality and strength of our academic, cultural, sport and co-curricular programmes, which are all designed to meet the needs of adolescent boys and prepare them for the future.