Roncalli College offers a holistic curriculum that provides students with the opportunities to develop their academic, cultural, spiritual and physical potential.
Students will complete 6 courses in years 11, 12 and 13 working to achieve NCEA Level One, Two and Three. We recommend all students from Roncalli College leave with at least NCEA Level Two.
To achieve NCEA Level 1 you must gain
To achieve NCEA Level 2 you must gain
To achieve NCEA Level 3 you must gain
To achieve University Entrance you must gain
Students can achieve a course endorsement if they gain;
14 credits at Merit level or higher for a Merit endorsement or 14 credits at Excellence level for an Excellence endorsement. This has to include credits from at least one external standard at Merit or Excellence, respectively (except PE and RE).
Students can achieve a certificate endorsement if they gain;
50 credits at Merit level or higher for a Merit endorsement or 50 credits at Excellence level for an Excellence endorsement. Students who gain NCEA Level Two and Three with Excellence may qualify for monetary scholarships at some Tertiary institutions.
To track student progress, the following is available
For academic queries, the first port of call for students and parents/guardians at the College is the student’s subject teacher or subject Curriculum Leader.
If necessary, you can also contact the following staff:
Year Level Dean
Year 11 - Victoria Chappell (email@example.com)
Year 12 - Kelby Hackler (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Year 13 - Sally Betts (email@example.com)
NZQA liaison (Principal’s Nominee)
We aim to promote the academic profile within Roncalli. We want every student to them to take advantage of it.