Enrol to Study at Howick College

Unlike other schools, we do not operate a postal enrolment system. We value the face to face enrolment meeting. 

 

The enrolment meeting - with senior staff - gives parents and students the opportunity to ask and discuss things in person. This is particularly useful for making known both special talents and interests or difficulties relating to learning which can then help us to better meet individual needs. 

 

Enrolment packs including forms and information will be distributed through contributing schools (Somerville Intermediate, Howick Intermediate, Beachlands School, Maraetai Beach School) and some local out-of-zone schools or are available from the school reception. Please feel free to contact us: phone 534-4492 or email reception@howick.school.nz to request an enrolment pack.

 

In-zone enrolments for 2018:  if you wish to enrol your child and live in-zone -  please contact the school office to arrange a suitable time to come in for an enrolment meeting.

 

An example of the enrolment form is available to view here - however all applications must be submitted using the form provided by Howick College.

 

Out-of-zone Enrolments for 2018

Applications for out-of-zone enrolments for 2018 have now closed. A ballot for places will be drawn under police supervision on Wednesday 6 September.
Successful applicants will be notified soon after the ballot is drawn.

 

Out-of-zone prospective students please note:

  • enrolments are provisional pending a ballot.
  •  applications for out-of-zone enrolments close on: Wednesday 30 August 2017 (please note this has been amemded from previous date).
  • a ballot will be drawn on Wednesday 6 September (please note this has been amended from previous date). Successful applicants will be notified shortly after the ballot and will need to come in to the school to complete their enrolment. The ballot is drawn under police supervision.

 

Order of Ballot priority -

First priority - any applicant who is accepted for enrolment in a special programme run by the school

Second priority - any applicant who is the sibling of a current student

Third priority - any student who is the sibling of a former student

Fourth priority - any applicant who is a child of a former student

Fifth priority - any applicant who is either a child of an employee of the board or a child of a member of the board

Sixth priority - all other applicants

General Information

For a quick guide to the enrolment process go to the General Enquiries section. 

 

Also in this section are:

  • instructions on how to make out-of-zone enrolments
  • information on Donations and Costs
  • information on issues related to Immigration 

 

Zone Boundaries

If you want to check to see if you live in the Howick College Home Zone go to Zone Boundaries.

Both new and old zones are described; if your street forms the boundary of the zone it is best to read the description to make sure your side of the street is in-zone.

 

Enrolment Forms

A variety of forms, contracts and questionnaires may need to be completed for enrolment, depending on the applicant's year level, caregiver status etc.

The Enrolment Application Form and other relevant forms are included in the enrolment pack. 

Translations of important information into Chinese and Korean are also available here.

 

International Students

Foreign Fee-payer enrolment information, application form and the procedures for applying for Homestay and/or Tuition can be found in the International section.

 

FAQs

Some answers to frequently asked questions.

 

Subjects

Year 9 and Year 10 subject choices can be viewed in the curriculum section.