With over 60 campuses throughout Australia and New Zealand, North Shore provides the most comprehensive and effective educational options for all students from Pre-school to University entrance.

We offer exceptional courses of tuition in all key subject areas including Writing, English, General Ability, Mathematics, General Science, Physics and Chemistry.

North Shore News

  • 2018 ICAS: International Competitions and Assessment for Schools
    It is with pride that North Shore Coaching College is an official ICAS Testing Centre. Your child is invited to participate in 2018...
  • Top school drops Cambridge exams
    Westlake Boys switches to ‘excellent’ NCEA in move hailed as vote of confidence in criticised qualification. The principal who introduced Cambridge exams to New Zealand says he believes the qualification still has a place here, as a top school opts...
  • Younger students face testing times
    School students face more testing after the Education Minister revealed options to assess pupils aged 13 and 14. Principals have questioned the move and are worried about over-assessing eating into teaching time. The belief that better use of data can...
  • High school exams moving online
    100 schools to offer paper in digital format, with more subjects to follow. High school students will be sitting exams on computers by the end of this year. The New Zealand Qualifications Authority is offering an NCEA maths paper in...
  • Students advised to build ‘wiggle room’ into credits
    More than 20 per cent of students who applied but failed last year to enter university have managed to fight their way back in or have enrolled in a university bridging programme to get up to speed. Nine hundred school...
  • Meet the maths brain of New Zealand
    Tristan Owain Pang of Auckland smiles mischievously when you ask him what his favourite subject is. “I like them all … but obviously I’m quite good at maths.” The 10-year-old Ficino School pupil is being modest. Last year he sat...
  • Maths whiz reaches high to keep up with the big kids
    Jensen Au Yeung was doing basic maths by 2 and algebra by 3. Now aged 10, the Auckland boy is making friends with teenagers after skipping five grades at school. Jensen, who loves Lego, his dog Fluffy, and also plays...
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