Enrolments

ENROLMENTS

Enrolments are now being taken. The school office is open for enrolments from 8am-3:30pm.

To enrol a child at Mangere College

Collect an enrolment form and prospectus from the Office. Return completed enrolment form with the following documents:

 NZ Birth Certificate (if not born in New Zealand, Birth Certificate and passport is required.)

 Most recent school report

 Proof of address (e.g. phone or power account)

Please note: Mangere College does not accept International fee paying students.

Late or Mid-year enrolments

Follow procedure for above.

Junior students are required to sit an Entrance Test which is scheduled for Tuesday and Thursday mornings 9:30am to 11am.

Senior Enrolments

If you are enrolling for Year 11, 12, 13 and are from another NZ secondary school, you will need to provide a copy of your previous NCEA results as well as evidence of credits gained throughout the current year.

Year 11 students are required to sit an Entrance Test which is scheduled for Tuesday and Thursday mornings 9:30am to 11am.

All overseas enrolments are also required to sit the Entrance Test.

Students who enrol at Mangere College throughout the year will also be required to attend an interview with the Assistant Principal.

Please feel welcome to download a copy of the school enrolment form and the school prospectus for your convenience.

If you have any further queries about the enrolment process you may contact:

Kathleen Beazley on 275 – 4029 ext 115 or email on k.beazley@mangere.school.nz

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Enrolment Documents (Abobe reader required)

MANGERE COLLEGE PROSPECTUS 2017

MANGERE COLLEGE ENROLMENT FORM 2018

2017 Year 11-OPTION-BOOK
2017 Year 12 & 13-OPTION-BOOK

Student Medical Form 2017

Planner Example

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Courses offered:

 

Year 9

English, Maths, Social Studies, Science, Technology, Art, Health, Music and Physical Ed.

Plus one language option – Maori, Samoan, Tongan, Cook Island Maori and Mandarin.

The language option is studied for two years.

There is also Literacy and ESOL support for students who may require extra assistance.

 

Year 10

English, Maths, Social Studies, Science, Physical Education, Health

Plus three options – Technology – Fabric, Food, Metal, Woodwork, Information

Arts – Art, Music, Art & Drama (1/2 year of each)

Business Studies

Language – Maori , Samoan, Tongan, Cook Island Maori and Mandarin.

There is also Literacy and ESOL support for students who may require extra assistance.

 

Senior Students work towards NCEA qualifications

 

Year 11

English, Maths and Physical Education

Plus 3 Options (option booklet available on enrolment)

 

Year 12

English and Employment Skills

Plus 4 Options (option booklet available on enrolment)

 

Year 13

Employment Skills

Plus 5 Options (option booklet available on enrolment)