26th May 2017|0 Comments

A safety message for parents is to make sure their children arrive to school safely in the morning and leave with them in the afternoon.  If your children have sport's training or other commitments after school please arrange pick up times and where they can wait where it's safe.  Any suspicious activity relating to students being approached by people they don't know should be reported to Police at the earliest opportunity, the smallest piece of information can be used to identify patterns and trends.

Community Input into Principal Appointment

24th May 2017|0 Comments

The BOT has just begun the process of appointing a new Principal for McAuley High School. We are collecting community views on what they want the Board to consider when making this appointment. We are keen to hear about the qualities and skills you would like the new Principal to have. We would like you to summarise your thinking into three points for each question. Please submit your responses by 4pm on Wednesday 31st May.  The results will be summarised by the Advisor to the Board for the appointment process. All responses are anonymous.  Click on the link below to [...]


23rd May 2017|0 Comments

The gate at the main entrance to the school in High Street will close at 4.30pm each day. After this time, students should wait to be collected from the gym entrance in Hutton Street.  There is shelter and better lighting in this area and the gym is open till later in the evening.

Welcome, Kia Ora, Talofa Lava, Malo E Lelei, Ni Sa Bula Vinaka, Fakalofa Lahi Atu, Kia Orana.

Our Motto – “Domine in te speravi – Lord, in you I have hoped” – stresses our trust in God and the responsibility for each one of us to be people of hope for the world.

McAuley High School offers a quality Catholic education to girls in academic years 9 – 13 which challenges students to strive for standards of personal excellence. The school was founded in 1963 by the Sisters of Mercy, and we continue to walk proudly in the Mercy tradition. McAuley students are from multicultural backgrounds, and we rejoice in our diversity.

We pray that when a young woman leaves McAuley High School she will be a woman of Mercy with strong Gospel values. She will have concern for others, especially those less fortunate than herself.

Staff care about their students – our school has a family atmosphere, and we provide a supportive environment, in which students can excel. We also offer a wide range of artistic, cultural, sporting, career and outreach opportunities.