Pinehurst School

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Pinehurst School
75 Bush Road, Albany, Auckland
Coordinates 36°44′25″S 174°42′17″E / 36.7402°S 174.7048°E / -36.7402; 174.7048Coordinates: 36°44′25″S 174°42′17″E / 36.7402°S 174.7048°E / -36.7402; 174.7048
Type Private co-ed composite, years 1-13
Motto Proud of who we are, what we know and what we can achieve.
Established 1991
Ministry of Education Institution no. 440
Principal Alex Reed
School roll 794[1] (February 2017)
Socio-economic decile 10

Pinehurst School is a private education institute located in Auckland, New Zealand with a roll of approximately 800 students. The institute was established in 1991,[2][3] The school is relatively new compared to the other private schools in the region of Albany, though has matured greatly over the past 25 years. 2016 was the 25th anniversary of the school.

The school is well known for its students' success in IGCSE examination syndicate and was granted the University of Cambridge fellowship in 2007 for their outstanding results in these examinations.

Also in the year 2007, the leader of the National party John Key opened the new arts and drama facility.

In 2015 the school proposed a new college block and a new multi-sports area to replace existing tennis courts.


  1. ^ "Directory of Schools - as at 6 March 2017". New Zealand Ministry of Education. Retrieved 10 April 2017. 
  2. ^ Wood, George. "Stadium, Schools & Rates". Channel. Benefitz. Retrieved 28 August 2012. 
  3. ^ "Pinehurst strikes a deal.". Newspaper Index. Local History Online. 7 September 1993. Retrieved 28 August 2012.