THE ANGLICAN CHURCH IN AOTEAROA, NEW ZEALAND, and POLYNESIA has three parts
corresponding to the three parts of its name. It has 13 dioceses; seven of them are dioceses of the Pakeha (European) portion of
the church, five of them are Hui Amorangi of the Maori portion of the church, which physically overlap the seven dioceses with
different boundaries. The last part is the Diocese of Polynesia, which encompasses Fiji, Tonga, Samoa, and the Cook Islands.
In addition to this page, you'll find these areas in our New Zealand
Auckland, Auckland University
School of Theology. Founded in 2003.
Auckland, The College of St John the Evangelist. The residential Theological College
of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia. Incorporates three Anglican colleges: The College of the Southern Cross
(for the Anglican Dioceses in New Zealand), The College of the Diocese of Polynesia (the theological college of the Diocese of Polynesia)
and Te Whare Wananga o Te Rau Kahikatea (the theological college of Te Pihopatanga o Aotearoa). The college premises are shared with
Trinity Methodist Theological College.
Auckland, Toru. The Anglican Centre for Youth Ministry Studies based at The College of St John the
Christchurch, Theology House: Feeding Heart, Mind and Soul. Operated by the College House
Institute of Theology. 'It has a Board of Trustees, which is chaired by the Anglican Bishop of Christchurch. Through its Board and
historically the Institute has links to the Anglican Church, but there are no denominational restrictions on entry to courses, and
Theology House is an independent body incorporated under the Charitable Trusts' Act 1957.'
Nelson, Bishopdale Theological College. 'Through its Board and historically the College has
links to the Anglican Church and encourages lay and clergy formation development; however, working in association with Laidlaw College
there are no denominational restrictions on entry to courses. Bishopdale Theological College Trust is an independent body incorporated
under the Charitable Trusts' Act 1957.'
Te Whare Wananga o Te Pihopatanga o Aotearoa: 'Tertiary institute of the bishopric of Aotearoa
Wellington, Victoria University Anglican Chaplancy.
Anglican Schools Office:
'exists to support, resource, provide training opportunities and build fellowship between the Chaplains and Religious Education teachers
working in its associated schools in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia, and encourage interaction between the schools and the Church'.
Auckland, Corran School: 'Boutique
in scale and global in outlook', primary through secondary.
Auckland, Dilworth School:
'An independent (private) full boarding school where all the boys attending are on a scholarship. Two campuses: Years 1-8 and 9-13.
Auckland, Diocesan School for Girls
Auckland, King's College: A boys independent secondary school (high school) for day
and residential students.
Auckland, King's School: Preparatory school (grades 1-8) for boys.
Auckland, Kristin School: Junior, middle and senior school education for boys and girls.
'At Kristin, education is a partnership in which parents and school work closely together to ensure that our young people are able
to be confident, caring and capable citizens of the 21st century.'
Cambridge, St Peters School: A co-educational boarding and day school, grades
Christchurch, Cathedral Grammar School: A co-educational pre-school 'with seamless
transition to separate boy and girl preparatory schools'.
Christchurch, Christ's College: A boys independent secondary school with strong house
system 'in which boys are attached to one of four boarding or six dayboy houses, provides a pastoral focus and sense of identity for
day-to-day life at school.'
Christchurch, Medbury School: A boys day and boarding school, grades 1-8.
Christchurch, St Margaret's College: A girls primary, middle, and senior school, day
Christchurch, St Mark's School
Christchurch, St Michael's Church School: Boarding, co-educational, years 1-8.
Dundein, St Hilda's Collegiate School: For girls, day and boarding.
Hamilton, Southwell School: The largest preparatory boarding and day school for boys
and girls in New Zealand.
Hamilton, St Pauls Collegiate: For young men and women.
Hamilton, Waikato Diocesan School for Girls: Boarding and day school.
Hastings, St Matthew's Primary School: Parish school of St Matthew's Church (Waiapu)
Havelock North, Hereworth School: A preparatory school
for boys aged 7-13 years. Boarding, day, and weekly options.
Havelock North, Woodford House: 'an integrated school for boarding and day girls from Years
7 to 13', 'closely affiliated to the Anglican Church and under the jurisdiction of the Bishop of Waiapu'.
Marton, Huntley School: A boys preparatory school, boarding, years 5-8.
Marton, Nga Tawa School, Wellington Diocesan School for Girls: Years 7-13.
Masterton, Hadlow School: Preparatory (pre-school-grade 8) school.
Masterton, Rathkeale College: Secondary boarding school (grades 9-13) for boys. Spirited
Rathkeale is a dedicated chaplaincy website for the college. 'Whatever their background or belief, our students are welcome to
participate fully in all of the Anglican rites and festivals celebrated in our twice a week chapel services where our whole community
is welcomed to worship.'
Masterton, St Matthews Collegiate School: Pre-school-13, both boarding and day.
Napier, Hukarere: Maori girls college, though welcomes all girls grades 9-13.
Pukehou, Hawke's Bay, Te Aute College: Affiliated with the Diocese of Waiapu, founded 1854.
South Canterbury, Waihi School: For boys.
Stratford, St Marys Diocesan School: Full or weekly boarding school (grades
9-13) for young women.
Timaru, Craighead Diocesan School: A 'state Integrated Anglican Girls' School
for Daygirls and Boarders from Year 7 to 13.'
Wanganui, St George's School
Wanganui, Wanganui Collegiate School: A co-educational boarding and day school, years
Wellington, Chilton Saint James School: A girls school, pre-school through year 13.
Wellington, (Hutt Valley), Hutt International Boys' School: residential, years 7-13.
Wellington, Samuel Marsden Collegiate School: pre-school co-educational; years 1-13, girls.
Wellington, St Mark's Church School: Offers pre-school co-education, years 1-8.
Wellington (Days Bay), Wellesley College: An independent boys school, years 1-8.