ACG - Academic Colleges Group
Primary/Intermediate/Secondary (Years 1-13, approx age 5-17)
- Pre-school/Kindergarten, primary, middle and senior school education
- English language courses and
- University Foundation Studies for the University of Auckland and AUT University.
ACG is also part of a worldwide network of schools that are connected to the University of Cambridge and the International Baccalaureate associations through their international examination programmes.
- Number of students: 5,000
- Number of international students: 1,130
- Male and Female
- Foundation Programme
- Cambridge International Examinations
- International Baccalaureate
- Academic guidance
- Accommodation advisory service
- Career guidance
- English language support
- Homestay placement service
- International student services
- Wifi on campus
ACG comprises ten schools in three countries and is New Zealand's only multi-national group of schools.
Eight Schools in New Zealand are:
1. ACG Parnell College (Years 1 to 13)
2. ACG Senior College (Years 11 to 13)
3. ACG Strathallan (Preschool, Years 1 to 13)
4. ACG Sunderland (Preschool, Years 1 to 13)
5. ACG New Zealand International College (UoA Foundation)
6. ACG English School
7. ACG Norton College (AUT Foundation)
8. ACG Tauranga (open in 2015)
Two International Schools
1. ACG International School Jakarta (Indonesia)
2. Australian International School (Vietnam)
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