Long Bay College
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|Long Bay College|
|Motto||"Success with confidence and creativity."|
|Ministry of Education Institution no.||27|
|Principal||Carol Maré (Acting)|
|School roll||1656 (February 2017)|
Long Bay College is a state co-educational secondary school located on the North Shore of Auckland, New Zealand. The decile 10 school serves Years 9 to 13 (ages 12 to 18), and has 1656 students as of February 2017. Russell Brooke is the former principal of Long Bay College, leaving in June 2017 after 13 years at the school as being principal for 9 of them.
Long Bay College opened in the North Shore of Auckland in 1975. The very first Principal of Long Bay College was Ian Sage, who then had a street leading from the school named after him - Ian Sage Ave. Like most New Zealand state secondary schools of the 1970s, the school was built to the S68 design, characterised by single-storey classroom blocks with masonry walls, low-pitched roofs with protruding clerestory windows, and internal open courtyards.
- Mrs Carol Maré - Acting Principal
- Mrs Jac Beasleigh - Acting Deputy Principal
- Mrs Jayne Jones - Deputy Principal International
- Mrs Thea Kilian - Deputy Principal
- Mrs Carol Mare - Deputy Principal School Logistics
- Mr Rajeev Sharma - Deputy Principal
At the May 2013 Education Review Office (ERO) review of the school, Long Bay College had 1657 students, including 99 international students. The school roll's gender composition was 51% male and 49% female, and its ethnic composition was 52% New Zealand European (Pākehā), 17% South African, 14% British/Irish, 7% Asian, 4% Māori, 1% Pacific Islanders, and 5% Other.
- Bridgette Armstrong - played for the New Zealand women's national football team, attended Long Bay College.
- Andrew Papas - member of the boyband Titanium.
- Paul Wiseman - spin bowler and played international cricket for New Zealand
- Jason Hicks - Footballer
- Ben Simmons - Basketball Player Drafted 1 2016 NBA Draft
- The school's 25th jubilee took place in 2000. "Jubilees & reunions - Long Bay College". Education Gazette New Zealand. 78 (5). 29 March 1999.
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