Auckland International College

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Auckland International College
Address
37 Heaphy Street, Blockhouse Bay, Auckland 0600
Information
Type Private: Fully Reg. Co-Ed Secondary (Year 11-13) with Boarding Facilities , accredited IB World School.
Motto Pathway to the world
Established July 2003
Ministry of Education Institution no. 473
Principal Carolyn Solomon
School roll 338[1]
Socio-economic decile n/a
Website

Auckland International College is an independent coeducational secondary school in Auckland, New Zealand. It adopts the IB Diploma Programme as its sole curriculum. It also offers a Preparation Year Programme for IB Diploma course (Year 11) to allow students to prepare for the IB curriculum. The school runs with a Northern Hemisphere timetable, as the school year commences in July, and students sit their final IB examinations in May.

History[edit]

  • July 2003: AIC is established with the funding of the Oshu Corporation Japan; Carolyn Solomon is appointed as Principal.
  • January 2006: Craig Monaghan takes over as Principal of AIC; Carolyn Solomon moves into the role of Executive Principal.
  • December 2006: Craig Monaghan resigns as Principal; Roger Lewis is Acting Principal from January to April 2007.
  • April 2007: Anne Willmann is appointed as AIC's new Principal.
  • June 2009: Mike Parry is appointed as AIC's new Principal
  • 2009: Agnes Chan is appointed as AIC's President.
  • 2011: Construction is started at new building for school in Blockhouse Bay and for boarding house in Avondale.
  • January 2012: School was moved into new building in Blockhouse Bay and NZ Prime Minister John Key is invited as chief guest for official opening
  • April 2013: Carolyn Solomon is appointed again as Principal

Curriculum[edit]

References[edit]

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