Important Information for students using the 036 School Bus Route

8th June 2018|0 Comments

The school has been advised by Auckland Transport that the 036 School bus service will cease to run from the end of Term 2.  Please read the attached information for more details. Auckland Transport has identified that alternative Public Transport options are now available.  Information on these services can be found by following the links provided in the attachment. 036 School Bus - McAuley High School

Parent Teacher Student Interviews

30th May 2018|0 Comments

Parent/Teacher/Student Interviews – Parent Information Tuesday 12th June 2018 (Term 2, Week 7) – Surnames A-M Tuesday 19th June (Term 2, Week 8) – Surnames N-Z We invite you to discuss your child’s progress with her subject teachers between 2.45pm and 6.00pm on Tuesday 12th June for whānau with surnames from A-M and on Tuesday 19th June for whānau with surnames from N-Z. School will finish for all year levels at 2.15pm on these days. Making Appointments Online: This year we will be trialling the use of an online booking system.  This is what you can do to make appointments. [...]


28th May 2018|0 Comments

Please find attached a brochure and a poster for the Auckland Diocese TE IWI MAORI KATORIKA hui on Saturday 23 June, Enhancing Mana Maori and Maori Leadership in Te Hahi Katorika. 8.45am to 4pm at the Francis Xavier Church Hall, 63 Park Ave, Whangarei.  Cost is $20 which includes lunch.  Register by 10 June with Martha Dawson or Marilyn Williams For travel assistance from Auckland contact Rangi Davis, or 021 0274 7185. TE IWI MAORI KATORIKA Whangarei Poster (002) Brochurewhangarei

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 hope” – 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.