Will your teenager be moving into Year 11, 12 or 13 in 2020?
Join us at our Senior School Information Evening to learn more about our Senior School model and the significant benefits afforded our Senior School students. The focus is not purely on the academic, but also on developing the whole person, their leadership skills, emotional intelligence and social skills which will enable them to tackle any future challenges head on.
When: Tuesday 28 May at 7pm
Where: Dove Theatre, Kristin School, Gate 2, 390 Albany Highway, Albany
Kristin offers a Dual Academic Pathway in the Senior School, which allows students to choose between the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma or NCEA in Year 12 and 13. As the first school in New Zealand to introduce the IB Diploma, Kristin has over 30 years experience in offering this globally recognised qualification.
NCEA and IB are both challenging qualifications. The dual pathways provide the opportunity for students to take greater control of their learning, allowing them to choose an academic format to suit their learning styles and to customise their qualification towards their tertiary goals. Kristin students from both pathways have gone on to study at the most prestigious universities around the world.
Kristin Senior School also offers a very strong pastoral and Tertiary Futures programme and a vast amount of leadership development, sporting, performing arts and other co-curricular opportunities.
Come along to learn more!
Light refreshments available after the short presentation.
Interviews for new to Kristin Year 11, 12 and 13 students in 2020 will take place until the end of June with offers being made during July.
Note for existing Kristin families whose children are transitioning from Year 10 in Kristin Middle School into Year 11 of Kristin Senior School in 2020, information regarding this transition and the different opportunities available to Kristin Year 11 students will be presented to you separately in due course. In the meantime, please feel free to let your friends who have children in Year 10 at other schools know about this event.