We offer a wide range of learning programmes from early childhood level to Year 13. You can study full-time or part-time, depending on your circumstances. Use our eligibility wizard to check if you are eligible to enrol with us.
You may also be able to enrol as a dual student if you meet the Ministry of Education’s eligibility criteria for dual enrolment. Dual students must be enrolled by the host school. You’ll find more information on dual students under information for schools.
Many of our courses require access to the Internet to complete some or all of the course components. Our course selection guide Choice indicates which courses require a computer and access to the Internet.
Years 1 to 6
Learning advisors of students in years 1 to 6 work closely with parents and supervisors to develop an individualised programme for each student based on the eight learning areas in the New Zealand curriculum.
Years 7 to 10/Te Ara Hou
Students enrolled in Te Ara Hou (meaning “new pathway”) will have a personalised learning programme based on their individual needs, interests and goals. Te Ara Hou offers an integrated programme of work which combines skills and knowledge from two or more subjects as well as more traditional subject-based learning. Your learning advisor will make sure all the curriculum areas are covered and that you are ready for qualifications level courses in year 11.
Years 11 to 13
You can choose from a wide range of subjects to earn credits towards NCEA as well as the National Certificate in Mathematics and National Certificate in Computing. Visit the earning qualifications page in the Student toolkit for more information about NCEA and the National Certificates.
You can search for courses online or download our course selection guide Choice.