Bream Bay College

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Bream Bay College
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Address
Peter Snell Road
Ruakaka, Northland 0116
New Zealand
Coordinates 35°52′36″S 174°27′20″E / 35.8766°S 174.4556°E / -35.8766; 174.4556Coordinates: 35°52′36″S 174°27′20″E / 35.8766°S 174.4556°E / -35.8766; 174.4556
Information
School type Public, high school
Founded 1972
Ministry of Education Institution no. 20
Years offered 713
Enrollment 500[1] (February 2017)
Language English Maori
Campus Ruakaka
Color(s) Black and Red          
Feeder schools One Tree Point Primary Ruakak Primary School Waipu Primary
Website

Bream Bay College is a secondary school in Northland, New Zealand. Situated at the central hub of the area, Bream Bay College serves this area along with One Tree Point, Whangarei and Whangarei Heads to the north, the marae-based community of Takahiwai to the west, the strongly held Scottish heritage of Waipu to the south, and the farming communities inland.

Notable alumni[edit]

  • Tammy D'Ath - Find a Star Winner/New Zealand Singer
  • Scotty Stevenson - Sky Sports presenter and personality[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Directory of Schools - as at 6 March 2017". New Zealand Ministry of Education. Retrieved 10 April 2017. 
  2. ^ Meikle, Hayden (14 June 2014). "The Big Interview: Privileged to do what he does". Otago Daily Times.