9 February 2018

Our students’ achievement in their International Baccalaureate exams was outstanding and our top scholars received their diplomas at a special awards ceremony.


Eight of our students who gained marks of 40 or more – the Australasian average is 34 – received their diplomas from Sir John Key. Three of our girls achieved perfect scores of 45. More than 2,500 IB candidates across Australasia took the exam and there were 34 perfect scores. St Cuthbert’s students had a 100% pass rate.


There was a special awards ceremony for top IB scholars at Kristin College where some of our top performing students (pictured) were presented with their diplomas by former Prime Minister Sir John Key. Well done too to the other outstanding students who couldn’t make the presentation: Francesca Orchard Hall, Jessica Zhao, Sofia Sun and Narisa Limpapaswat.


Back row left to right: Amy Zhang,  Serena Li,  Sir John Key, Francesca Qu, Catherine Ye   Front row left to right: Noor Al-Shamma, Joia Che, Stacey Tian, Claudia Sinclair


Back row left to right: Amy Zhang,  Serena Li,  Sir John Key, Francesca Qu, Catherine Ye   Front row left to right: Principal Justine Mahon, Noor Al-Shamma, Joia Che, Stacey Tian, Claudia Sinclair


30 January 2018

We’ve had a wonderful first day back at school. Our girls were welcomed by Principal Justine Mahon, Head of Middle School Marg Talbot and Head of Junior School Julie Gifkins.


17 January 2018

Congratulations to all our NCEA graduates on your exam results at Levels 1, 2 and 3. Well done to students who worked so hard throughout the year to achieve their personal bests in their NCEAs. We are proud of you.


Remember that there is a course change meeting for all Senior School students on 25 January from 10am until 1pm in Clouston Hall. All the Deans and support staff will be on hand to give advice to any Year 9 to 13  students considering changing their course subjects.


Bon voyage to our Year 13 graduates, and to our returning Senior School students, we will see you soon.


12 January 2018

We are proud of all our students who passed their International Baccalaureate exams. And a shout-out to Joia Che, Francesca Orchard-Hall and Stacey Tian who got top marks of 45, among 12 students who scored 40 or more. Good luck to all of our students awaiting their NCEA results on Jan 16.


4 January 2018

We celebrated so many successes at St Cuthbert’s College in 2017. Our girls aim high and many have won college prizes, sporting titles, academic trophies, earned cultural and musical acclaim, and have represented New Zealand nationally and overseas. Some have made us proud serving their communities, helping others and fostering collaboration and teamwork. Others have achieved personal bests, challenged themselves and pushed hard to be the best they can be. We are proud of each and every one of you, our inspiring girls. 2018 promises to be another astounding year.