Northcote College is a New Zealand secondary school for boys and girls (co-educational) located in Northcote, Auckland. The school caters for Form 3 (Year 9) to Form 7 (Year 13). It was founded in 1877 and is the oldest secondary school on the North Shore.
|Type||State Co-educational Secondary (Years 9–13)|
|Motto||Ut Prosim Aliis|
That I may be of service to others
|Established||1877 (144 years)|
|Ministry of Education Institution no.||32|
|School roll||1187 (March 2022)|
Sporting codes and cultural activities include rugby, football (soccer), drama/performance, jazz band, orchestra, theatre sports and cultural groups. The school rules are based on respect and aimed at encouraging hard work, courtesy and concern for others.
The school's motto is Ut Prosim Aliis, Kia Manaaki te Tangata, That I May Be of Service to Others.
- Steven Ferguson (born 8 May 1980), Olympian, swimming and kayaking
- Arthur Jennings (born 1940), 1967 All Black
- Alexa Johnston, art curator and author
- Kevin Locke (born 4 April 1989), rugby league, Warriors and NZ Kiwis
- Nisha Madhan, actor, director and producer
- Bill Ralston (born 1953), journalist and broadcaster (graduated 1971)
- Mike Rann (born 1953), premier of South Australia (graduated 1970)
- Hollie Smith (born 1982), singer-songwriter
- Nick Williams (born 1983), rugby player North Harbour, Blues
- Martin Winch (1949–2011), guitarist, composer, sound engineer, teacher and mentor
- George Wood (born 1946), Auckland councillor and former Mayor of North Shore City
- Terry Wright (born 1963), All Black 1986–92
- Anne Wyllie, scientist who developed the COVID-19 saliva test
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- "New Zealand Schools Directory". New Zealand Ministry of Education. Retrieved 23 April 2022.
- "Author of the Week – Alexa Johnston". Auckland Libraries. Archived from the original on 28 January 2016. Retrieved 2 January 2016.
- "Martin Winch Profile". Audio Culture. 10 December 2015.
- "Northcote alumni leads 'gamechanging' COVID test". Northcote College. Retrieved 12 September 2021.