Student leader appointments have been made earlier than in previous years to enable the students to be fully involved in the development of ACG Parnell College, Senior Campus which will open early 2019.
Art student Kshema Amirapu came Top in New Zealand in Cambridge AS painting last year. Her portfolio, named ‘Her Tired End’ explored dementia in its final stages and the warping effect the disease can have on the brain. She drew inspiration from both science and clinical imagery, and the sentiments of people with dementia.
Former student joins world’s top innovators at global tech comp
“It’s awe inspiring to be able to compete against the world’s best and brightest – it’s taken nearly three years of development to get us this far and we’re looking forward for what’s to come.” – Zach Preston, Former ACG Parnell College student
Students reach finals of national Chinese speech competition
Angelu, now in her third year of learning Chinese, used the opportunity to talk about her frustration as a Filipino living in Hong Kong unable to understand a word of Chinese. Her desire to learn the language was finally realised when she joined ACG Parnell College in Year 7.
Physics and Computer Science teacher Charles Wilkinson led our Physics students to a 1, 2 placing in this year’s prestigious International Young Physicists Tournament – Auckland region. The passionate physicist believes his subject helps make sense of the world.