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    Lynch family profile: “Would we make the same choice again? 100%”

    One daughter is sporty, one daughter more academic, both are thriving. Caroline Lynch puts it down to a school culture in which students are down to earth, accept each other and feel safe to be who they want to be.
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    Participation key to an all-round education

    Principal Danny O’Connor says ACG Strathallan aims to provide students with a challenging holistic education, underpinned by five key elements – academics, student well-being, sport, activities and the arts, experiential education outside of the classroom, and leadership and service.
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    Prize for outstanding Maths teacher

    Krista Rabulall, Faculty Coordinator Mathematics, has been granted the 2018 Margaret and John Kalman Charitable Trust Mathematics Teaching Prize, awarded through the University of Auckland.
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    Culture of sport flourishing under new principal

    Sport is integral to New Zealand’s culture and way of life and it is a crucial part of the co-curricular programme at ACG Strathallan. It improves wellbeing, it helps students’ bodies and minds to develop, it develops resiliency and it grows a sense of belonging and a positive school spirit.
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    Ruiterman family profile: “It’s been a total turnaround”

    Kirsten and Mike Ruiterman have two daughters at the school – Jaime and Tonii. While Jaime has always been an outgoing student, Tonii was naturally more reserved. Now, her confidence is growing, along with her involvement in school life.
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    Student results make ACG Strathallan top school in South Auckland

    Excellent University Entrance pass rates have earned ACG Strathallan the title of South Auckland’s top-ranked school in Metro magazine’s Best Auckland Secondary Schools list.
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    Siobhan Balle wins NZ Road Race Championship

    ACG Strathallan student Siobhan Balle, Year 10, has won the U15 Girls New Zealand Road Race Championship. The win completes Siobhan’s remarkable streak of three road race wins in two weeks.
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    Student success at Counties Zone Cross-Country

    There were some great performances from our students at the Counties Zone Year 7 and 8 Cross Country in Pukekohe recently, including Georgia Lynch, who took out 1st place for Year 7 girls.
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    ACG Strathallan appoints new Primary Principal

    ACG Strathallan is delighted to announce the appointment of Kristie Thomas as principal of the Primary School from Term 4.
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    Teachers recognised by Microsoft as technology experts

    Year 4 teacher Cherie Boucher-Cunningham believes there are many benefits to incorporating technology into education – easy access to information, real time feedback, online collaboration, and access to content in highly engaging multimedia formats.
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    Introducing first XV coach Frank Ulberg

    New first XV coach Frank Ulberg has a vision for rugby at ACG Strathallan and, with strong growth in the sport and many players choosing to play for the first time this season, the right foundations have been laid to achieve it.
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    Cross country success in challenging conditions

    Siobhan Balle, Year 10, has never raced in such unique conditions. The course was so boggy that organisers suggested runners might like to replace their running spikes with roofing nails! “…that was the best part of the whole race because it challenged me to push even harder to make it through.”
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    Clean sweep for students in Chinese speech competition

    ACG Strathallan students took out first, second and third prize at the Auckland region Chinese Bridge Speech Competition. “The outstanding results are a reflection of their passion and enjoyment for the subject.”
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    Teacher recognised for leadership potential

    English Faculty coordinator, teacher and past student Freya Jenner explains that at ACG Strathallan she was surrounded by a supportive network and a number of role models, helping her recognise the signs of a strong leader and develop self-awareness.
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    Mooting team wins national competition

    Jack, who hopes to be a lawyer, said it had been one of the most intense experiences of his life, and that the team had spent hours researching past cases and preparing for the moot.
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    Talented all-rounder set to shine on stage

    House leader Nikita Horan is a competitive hip-hop dancer, premier netball player and qualified New Zealand surf lifesaver. In August she will compete in the final of her first pageant – Miss Auckland, raising money for Youthline.
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    World Challenge 2018: Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan

    Great Wall of China, the Silk Route, Ala Archa National Park… As our students head off on New Zealand’s first-ever World Challenge expedition to Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan, we find out more from teacher Katherine Greenley about what the trip holds.
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    Outstanding all-rounder aspires to world stage

    Libby Murphy has just been named Junior Swimmer of the Year at the 2018 Swimming Counties Manukau Prize Giving. But the talented athlete has more than one string to her bow – she also played a lead in our recent production of Oliver.
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    Spotlight on Staff: Penny Stafford-Bush

    Our amazing teacher aide Penny Stafford-Bush is a dedicated thespian who directs our college musical and acts in local theatre productions. She’s also a Strathallan parent who’s had two children go through the school.  
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    ACG alumna making waves in fashion

    Aged just 23, ACG Strathallan alumna Lucy Gill is already making waves in the world of art and fashion. Having graduated from Elam School of Fine Arts last year, she has exhibited her paintings in Matakana’s Vivian Art Gallery, Sanderson Gallery in Auckland, and worked at Paris Fashion Week alongside Kiwi fashion consultant Jo Knight.