At Christ’s College, we get boys. We are New Zealand’s only independent school for boys from Years 9 to 13. We understand what makes boys tick. We enjoy their energy, humour, ideas, and zest for life. We celebrate boys and we teach in ways they learn best. We are committed to our mission – 'Each boy at his best' – as all aspire to reach their 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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Christ’s College is not just a boys’ school, but a school designed for boys. We understand how they learn, what inspires them, and the support they need to grow into well-rounded boys.
Thursday 14 March, 1–4.30pm
Bring our heritage into the light
Annual Appeal 2023
Right now, the heritage that has shaped us is hidden in the dark. It’s time to bring it into the light. Help us to create a place – packed with stories, treasures, and memories – where we can share our 175 years. This year’s Annual Appeal aims to raise funds for the furnishment of the Christ’s College Museum in time for our 175-year celebrations in 2025. Please help us preserve our heritage and bring it into the light to benefit generations to come.
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Aston, Harrison, Ben, Otto, and Jake lead the field
Five impressive Christ’s College athletes – Aston Nijjar, Harrison Laing, Ben Campbell, Otto Church, and Jake Boyd – have been recognised at Assembly for their multiple achievements on Athletics Day at Ngā Puna Wai.
Laying the foundations of College life
Christ’s College has celebrated the culmination of a four-week foundation programme for Year 9 students with a special Te Whakatakoto te tūāpapa ceremony followed by a powerful mihi whakatau welcoming new students, families, and staff to the school community.
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.