School Environment and Culture

School Environment and Culture

Providing an education for young men from Form 3 to Form 7, the School offers an academic programme based on both national and international syllabi, catering for a range of students from diverse backgrounds, socio-economic groups and ethnicities.

The student cohort at Auckland Grammar includes young men from a wide range of backgrounds, including European, Maori, Chinese, Korean, Indian, Sri Lankan, Japanese, Taiwanese, African, Tongan, Samoan, Cook Island, Fijian, Niuean, Cambodian, Middle Eastern and Vietnamese.

We make sure that our policies and plans are implemented in ways that are sensitive to the cultural backgrounds, values and needs of both the individual students and their families.

The School also recognises the mutual rights and obligations provided for by the Treaty of Waitangi, and in so doing ensures the curriculum reflects both Maori perspectives and values.

We report on progress towards our objectives annually in the School's Annual Report. A copy of the 2018 report can be accessed here.
The Main Block at Auckland Grammar School, which celebrated its centenary in April 2016
The Main Block at Auckland Grammar School, which celebrated its centenary in April 2016