Each year, our young sports people enjoy considerable success in regional and national competitions.

All of our top sports teams in the major codes play in the premier divisions and are performing well with pleasing results.

Our state-of-the-art sports centre boasts two court spaces, one catering for volleyball, basketball, netball and badminton, and the second catering for netball, basketball and badminton. One of our court spaces has an electric curtain which allows it to be configured into two distinct teaching spaces or left as one large 1,800m2 space. Alongside this, we have five PE and Health teaching spaces, large changing rooms and office spaces for staff and Sport Development coaches.

The centre also features a large fitness centre that includes a physiotherapy room and a presentation room for video analysis. A popular space within the facility is the dance studio which has the capacity to host performances as well as be divided into two acoustically separate teaching spaces. This is achieved by having an electrically operated, sound proof, dividing wall which retracts into the ceiling space to give greater flexibility of available space. This space also extends downstairs to another multi-purpose dance/activity room which has suitably cushioned floors, fit for purpose, to reduce the impact on students’ bodies.


Strength and Conditioning is available to every student in Year 10 and Year 11 as a component of Core PE. Our expansive grounds offer immaculately groomed fields, a multi-purpose artificial turf playing surface, tennis courts, including one under cover, and an indoor cricket facility. Our location on the banks of the Tamaki Estuary means an extensive rowing programme can be offered right on our doorstep.

With top coaching for over 250 sporting teams across 24 sporting codes, the opportunity is assured for all students to explore their personal interests and pursue their potential.

Sporting Codes

The College offers the following sports:


Here is a documentary that showcases the Sports Development Programmes, called 'For the Love of the Game'.