About

About

School Environment and Culture

Auckland Grammar School is one of New Zealand's leading secondary schools, with a reputation for all-round excellence.

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The Grammar Way

Often referred to as ‘The Grammar Way’, Auckland Grammar School sets its standards very high, demanding excellence across all aspects of daily life.

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Built upon our History

The School was endowed by the Governor of New Zealand, Sir George Grey, in 1850. Grey made a series of land grants to set up and maintain a grammar school in Auckland that was to be for the education of...

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Facilities

Auckland Grammar owns a number of world class facilities for boys and staff alike to use. From historic buildings that honour the past, through to modern architecture with the very latest technology, the school has an abundance of choice.

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Our History: A Timeline

The history of Auckland Grammar School is wide and varied, starting from 1850 when the Governor, Sir George Grey, made a series of land grants with the objective of setting up and maintaining a College and Grammar School.

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Headmaster

Mr Tim O’Connor became Auckland Grammar School’s eleventh Headmaster in late 2012, after 10 years as Palmerston North Boys' High School.

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Board of Trustees

All Board members have sons currently at the School or are parents of Old Boys. They have a range of skills and disciplines that gives assurance to the community that the governance of the School is in capable hands.

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School Rules

All students at Auckland Grammar School must abide by these rules and are representing the School in all aspects of life, including outside in the community.

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