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Online Learning from Home

23rd March 2020|0 Comments

Please see attached for information related to online learning from home. All students. Online Learning Guide

SCHOOL UPDATE

20th March 2020|0 Comments

Due to uncertainty relating to the Coronavirus, McAuley High School has made changes that will affect some meetings and information evenings for parents and EOTC events such as class trips and camps.  These changes have been based upon the most current advice from the Ministry of Education and the Department of Health, which we monitor closely. Groups of 30 or more are to be avoided where possible.  This allows classes to continue, but will restrict larger gatherings.  If a gathering of more than 30 people is unavoidable, then additional space will be provided to allow participants to spread out. The following events have [...]

IMPORTANT NOTICE FROM AUCKLAND TRANSPORT

20th March 2020|0 Comments

Removing cash fares on buses and at service centres From Monday 23 March From Monday 23 March 2020, Auckland Transport will be suspending cash fares on all buses.  We are doing this to minimise physical contact between customers, Auckland Transport staff and people who work on buses during Covid-19. Customers will be expected to pay their fare using AT HOP cards only. This will eliminate cash handling on buses and at depots to reduce the risk of transmission of the virus through touching money and interacting with customers. Our priority is to protect our customers and staff to ensure we can [...]

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.