Henderson North, New Zealand

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Henderson North
Basic information
Local authority Auckland Council
Electoral ward Waitakere
Population 5,304 (2006)
Facilities
Train station(s) Sturges Road Train Station
Hospitals(s) Waitakere Hospital
Surrounds
North Massey West
Northeast Lincoln
East Te Atatu South
Southeast Glendene
South Henderson
Southwest Western Heights
West Ranui
Northwest Ranui
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Henderson North is a suburb of Auckland, New Zealand. The population was 5,304 in the 2006 Census, an increase of 741 from 2001.[1]

Henderson North is also home to the Waitakere Hospital, Waitakere City Council Chambers and Westfield WestCity.

Education[edit]

Waitakere College is a coeducational secondary (years 9-13) school with a decile rating of 3 and a roll of 1078.[2] It opened about 1974.

Liston College and St Dominic's College are secondary (years 7-13) Catholic schools for boys and girls, respectively. They have decile ratings of 5 and 6, and rolls of 733[3] and 903.[4]

Henderson North School is a coeducational contributing primary (years 1-6) school with a decile rating of 3 and a roll of 400.[5] It celebrated its 50th jubilee in 2007.[6]

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Coordinates: 36°52′17″S 174°37′14″E / 36.87139°S 174.62056°E / -36.87139; 174.62056