Auckland Grammar School was originally endowed by the Governor of New Zealand, Sir George Grey, in 1850.
The members of the Auckland Grammar School Board of Trustees include parents of current students, a number of Old Boys and a staff representative.
Mr Tim O’Connor became Auckland Grammar School’s eleventh Headmaster in late 2012, after 10 years at Palmerston North Boys' High School.
Grammar is one of New Zealand's leading secondary schools, with a reputation for all-round excellence, sporting and cultural pursuits.
Referred to as ‘The Grammar Way’, Auckland Grammar sets its standards very high, demanding excellence across all aspects of daily life, while embracing the core values.
The announcement of the Student Leadership team is steeped in tradition. The Head Prefect is always the first student to cross stage at the first full School assembly of the year.
Auckland Grammar School owns world-class facilities for students and staff to use, from historic buildings that honour the past, through to modern architecture with the latest technology.
All students at Auckland Grammar must abide by these rules and are representing the School in all aspects of life, including out in the community.
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