Making their Mark Award

8 June 2017


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The Making Their Mark and Marking Service Awards, along with the Old Girls Honour Award, celebrate our successful Old Girls who are contributing to our society

in so many different ways. They have taken the spirit of our motto ‘By Love Serve’ into their life and work for the greater good of our society.

This year we hear from a businesswoman, a film producer and women’s health specialist. Successful women who have made a huge impact on our world through their areas of expertise. The Marking Service recipient has spent many hours in the community helping the disadvantaged while completing her degree as a clinical psychologist. We will also celebrate the Old Girls’ Honour Award recipient and her recent appointment.


When: Tuesday 27 June, 7.30am – 8.30am


Where: Joan Holland Auditorium


Cost: $15 per person for a Breakfast Box from ‘Eat My Lunch’. Have a delicious breakfast, while providing a lunch for a kiwi child in need.





We look forward to seeing our students, parents and Old Girls at this interesting and inspiring event.


Please contact Sarah Powrie: or (09) 5204159 ext 7607 if you have any questions.




Experience Boarding

19 May 2017


Spend the Day and Sleep Over


Thinking about Boarding in 2018?

You are invited to shadow a St Cuthbert’s student for a day and then join the Boarding family for a night in Boarding. It’s the best way to experience the amazing atmosphere at St Cuthbert’s College.


Please click here to email us.


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Campus Tours

19 May 2017

Campus Tours


Thinking about a campus tour? Click here to find out more


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Student for a Day

19 May 2017


Thinking about Year 9 2018?


You are invited to shadow a St Cuthbert’s student for a day – the best way to experience the amazing atmosphere at St Cuthbert’s College.


Click here to Join us for a Day


Thinking about entry at another level?

Please email us here



Teachers Really are the Difference

16 February 2017


The depth of talent amongst the St Cuthbert’s faculty shone through again this year, with two staff guiding students to Top of Subject results in the 2016 NZQA Scholarship exams.


Head of Design, Ms Deb Cullinane, achieved an extra special result with two of her students receiving awards: Jess Veronica McDougall was Top of Subject in Design with fellow student Mary Allen in second place. Jess Veronica McDougall also received an Outstanding Scholarship in Painting.


Music teacher Dragana Yelavich, guided Music to a 100% pass rate in Scholarship, with Year 12 student Francesca Qu scooping Top of Subject.


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Ms Yelavich says, “Teaching at St Cuthbert’s is a joy, particularly when music students are rewarded with results such as these.”


College staff again showed their passion for teaching with excellent NCEA results, with 92.6% of students across all levels achieving  NCEA certificates endorsed with Excellence or Merit. 98.4% of students also gained University Entrance.



Pass rate 98.4

Endorsed Merit or Excellence 89%

Endorsed Excellence 50.4%

University Entrance 98.4%


Pass rate 99.3%

Endorsed Merit or Excellence 94.1%

Endorsed Excellence 57.8%


Pass rate 97.5%

Endorsed Merit or Excellence 94.7%

Endorsed Excellence 64.5%


Congratulations to all our NCEA students and staff, who have worked so hard to achieve these great results.