Cameron King
A graduate from ACG Strathallan with a love of all things boating and a talent for football has been accepted into a prestigious Marine Engineering Programme at a university in Canada.

Relay For Life Students
Raising over $9000, the Strathallan Student Leadership team and teachers participated in the Relay for Life last weekend, in support of the Cancer Society.

Caleb Pahina

Our school President Caleb Pahina spoke to the Franklin County News recently about himself, his goals and learning from his mistakes.

Ella Rose Klinac
From her admiration of Sir Peter Blake to a passion for protecting the environment and everything in between… find out what else our Vice-President Ella Rose Klinac spoke to the Franklin County News about recently.

Rugby World Cup Strath

Last Wednesday we were lucky enough to host the legendary Sonny Bill Williams in our very own school theatre.

Jasbir Kaur with NZMA cookery student Lingmin Gao and ACG Strathallan Year 11 student Grace Christy
Heading back to school has become a whole lot tastier for our students this year thanks to our new partnership with top cookery school NZMA.

Gymnast to represent NZ in Washington

Our young gymnast from Clarks Beach has been named a finalist in the 26th Annual College Sport Auckland Young Sportsperson of the Year Awards.

Emma Doherr Book Story

Year 13 student Eve Doherr has had her writing published for the first time.

Olympic Visitor 2


Playing with broken bones and being dropped from the New Zealand team were just two of the lows in a sporting journey shared by Olympic hockey player Shea McAleese today with students from ACG Strathallan.

Chris Ahn

Chris Joon Ha Ahn is hardwired to be a Physicist.

A top Year 12 student at ACG Strathallan in South Auckland says Physics is his favourite subject because it is the base of all sciences. “Everything in the world is Physics,” he explains. “Even if I’m studying Biology, I’m relating it to Physics. For example, if I’m studying DNA, I see that it’s about codes, and I start to think about whether we could reproduce those codes using a computer, which then becomes Physics. That’s how my brain works.”

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