The Religious Education Curriculum, although intentionally educational, does aim to help students to develop a relationship with God and to witness to the teachings of Jesus Christ by the way they live. The programme also aims to teach material that is theologically sound.
- Year 9 and 10 programme.
- NCEA programme.
Art is taught at all levels from years 7-13 and includes working with a variety of materials and styles.
Music is an option for all students from years 7-13. Learning to play instruments, reading music and composing are all activities undertaken.
Drama is an option in Years 7-10 and is then offered for NCEA from Year 11 onwards.
Mathematics is a compulsory core subject in Year 9 and 10 and follows the National Curriculum.
At NCEA level, the subject specialises in the areas of Mathematics, Statistics, Calculus, Practical Mathematics
Physical Education is compulsory in years 7-10 but becomes an option for NCEA, splitting into Physical Education and Sports Studies.
Pathways/Star and Gateway
These courses allow students to gain credits that can be used towards the NCEA. In some cases students can gain National Certificates and / or Vocational Pathways Certificates on top of their NCEA results.