An analysis of our academic results demonstrate the extent to which the InZone opportunity is acting as a circuit-breaker for our students.
Our academic results are consistently above national benchmarks for Maori and Pasifika .
In 2017 combined average InZone student performance across the four qualifications we monitor (UE, L3, L2, L1) was 13% ahead of the national figures for Maori and consistent with the national average (all ethnicities).
In addition, 91% of our InZone Māori Boys and 100% of Māori Girls achieved NCEA Level 2 – this compares to 77% for Māori nationally and 92 % of InZone Pasifika students achieved NCEA Level 2 – compared to 73 % nationally.1
(Note 1: Boys’ and national figures are a five-year average, 2012-16. Girls’ figures are for 2016).
2018 was a successful year academically for our students with several crossing the stage at Auckland Grammar School an Epson Girls Grammar senior prize giving. Prizes awarded include:
Epsom Girls Grammar
- Prize for Service to Te Reo Korero and highly recommended in Physical Health Programme
- Prize for Biology
- University of Otago Performance Entrance Scholarship
- Distinction in Te Reo Māori
- Distinction in Sports Science
Auckland Grammar School
- One first in class, two second in class and 1 third in class across Forms 3-7
- Award for Poutaki reo Māori / Top Te Reo Māori speaker in the school
- Kairangi Haka award for Excellence displayed in kapa haka
- Ricky Kumar Memorial Award for Biology
- University of Otago Māori Entrance Scholarship
- University of Auckland Keystone Scholarship
- Certificates in Classical Studies and Biology (Class 7C1)
- Certificates in Biology, Chemistry, Physics (Class 6C1)
- Certificate in Career Studies (Class 5O)
- Certificate in Te Reo Māori (Class 3K)