Welcome to Tauranga Boys' College


Head Boy, Logan Green, welcomes you ...

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Why A School for Boys?

Find out more here.

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Education Review Office - External Evaluation, June 2020

Positive and affirming learning-centred relationships are built on a strong foundation of success, the ‘Respect Code’ and the ‘Good Man Qualities’.

High levels of pastoral care and student success are a priority for the school

Students are supported to know, understand and explore future pathways for learning and employment.

Rich and diverse experiences across the broad curriculum promote student engagement and active participation in all aspects of school life

A deliberate and strategic approach to build leaders’ and teachers’ capability in culturally responsive pedagogy to raise and promote Māori success is evident.

Almost all teachers take part in co curricular activities and events to support students’ involvement in sports and culture.

The school is achieving excellent outcomes for the large majority of students and is working towards equitable outcomes for all.

Read the full ERO report here.


NCEA Results 2020

Qualification
Tauranga Boys’ College
National Average
National Boys Average
(All schools)
NCEA Level 1
80.6%
71.8%
69.6%
NCEA Level 2
86.2%
80.1%
77.8%
NCEA Level 3
78.8%
72.1%
67.9%
University Entrance
59.2%
53.4%
42.61%

PLUS : 16 NZ Scholarships; and 28 boys gained 56 stage-one university papers graded A- or above!


Year 13s taking University Papers

Tauranga Boys’ College has a close and long-standing relationship with the University of Waikato and Victoria University of Wellington where we deliver a number of university papers for our Year 13 boys.

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See here for full list of 2021 First Semester results.

Notable Old Boys

Academia

  • Bryan Gould - Rhodes Scholar, UK Labour politician & Vice Chancellor University of Waikato
  • Rod Gover - Rhodes Scholar

The Arts

Public service

Sport

For more information about enrolling, please contact the Enrolment Officer at Tauranga Boys’ College or phone 07 578 4029.