Student Links

NQZA Student Hub

The NCEA and NZ Scholarship student hub - Here you will find helpful information as you access your results or simply seek further information.


The StudyIt website is a great resource to assist students with NCEA. This website provides an open forum for questions and answers, discussion and help.Studyit is a web site run by the Ministry of Education. StudyIt does not replace teachers, schools or textbooks but provides free additional support online for Mathematics, Science and English NCEA students at night, in the weekends and in the holidays it also provides examination advice. 

Driving Licence Support - a website with videos and tip sheets to help you pass your practical drivers test


Should you wish to contact one of our Careers team:

Mrs Aroha Grapes - Gateway Coordinator and Careers Administration - [email protected]
Mrs Josie Hunter - Careers Advisor - [email protected]
Please email to request information or make an appointment

The following are some websites that assist with career decision-making, tertiary information, financial help, job seeking, gap year opportunities & in-school opportunities. 

Career Exploration Tools 

Job Seeking

Help writing your CV or cover letter– try using a CV builder, found on:

Where to look for jobs 


Where to access funds/support for your future 

Gap Years

Check out these links for Gap Year options


This is a work experience opportunity available to Year 12 & 13 students who are interested in a vocational pathway. Eg. automotive, building, electrical & plumbing, retail, hospitality, and early childhood placements. It involves spending one day per week for a period of 8 weeks, in a work placement environment. This occurs alongside your school programme and you will complete extra unit standards for this.
For initial enquiries, please contact Mrs Grapes on [email protected] or visit the careers centre. 

Transition Pathways

The following agencies and courses are stepping stones to assist students become work ready 

If any of the above interest you or you want to find out more, please see Mrs Grapes in the careers centre. 

University Information - get help with choosing what to study at university 

There are 8 universities in NZ. Auckland University is ranked number 1, but they all have world class reputations. The following are their websites for future students, where you can access a lot of relevant information.