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Macleans named top state secondary school

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Macleans College is top of class again.

Macleans College has been named the top state secondary school in New Zealand for all round student achievement for the fourth year in a row.

The recent rankings survey published by Crimson Education NZ is based on a review of academic performance, extra-curricular and leadership opportunities, equal access and students’ university pathways.

Students at Macleans College consistently achieve at the highest level in the New Zealand National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA) and the Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE), the school said.

Macleans College students have been accepted into a number of prestigious overseas universities, including Oxford, Harvard, Stanford, Princeton, Duke, University of California, University of Pennsylvania and Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

“The school also prides itself on the many opportunities for students to participate in a wide variety of arts, cultural and sporting activities. This is complemented by the unique Whānau House system, which provides an effective environment for learning, leadership and growth.”

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