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Welcome to Carmel College

Visit our school via this video and hear from our students why Carmel College is the best place to study.

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From The Principal

While writing last week’s newsletter, final preparations for Carmel Day were being made.  Now, it is with a huge sense of warmth and pride that I reflect on the events of last Thursday, not only on the college’s feast day, but also the afternoon performances.

Enrolments are now closed.

Timeline for enrolments in process:

  • 12 July                  Offers of place emailed to parents 
  • 2-5 September   Welcome meetings
  • 1 November        Orientation Day

Any queries, please email Jane Meurant (jmeurant@carmel.school.nz) 

News & Events

Zonta Market Stall

Recently Carmel College’s Zonta Club held a stall at the weekly Sunday Takapuna Markets, to raise money for Bellyful, a wonderful local charity that provides…

Diocese Job Vacancies

Vacancy 1 – Administration Assistant to the Leader Pastoral Services Group The Catholic Diocese of Auckland is seeking a methodical, cheerful, dedicated and highly efficient…

Homestays Wanted

As we welcome International students to Carmel College, we are looking for warm and caring long term and short term host families reasonably close to…

Performing Arts News

Anouk O’Malley Cain (Year 13 and Head of Kelly House) is performing in the Auckland Performing Arts Academy’s production of “Mary Poppins.” She is playing…

Year 7 Carmel/Rosmini Social

Carmel College School Hall  Friday 9 August 6.30pm-8.30pm  $15 per ticket Food and drink is available for purchase during the event. Ticket sales close Thursday…

Sports News

We are SO PROUD  A massive congratulations to Nina Brown (2019 Carmel old girl) who has been named in the 2024 New Zealand Olympics team…

From the Chess Club

Carmel College’s Chess Club participated in two interschool tournaments recently. Within the North Shore intermediate competition two enthusiastic Year 7/8 teams showcased their skill.  For…

Jumping June

Year 7 students have raised over $8,000 for the Heart Foundation through the Jumping June skipping event.  This great cause raised money for research into…

Brain Bee Challenge

On 26 June, five Year 11 students (Alisha Gonsalves, Madeline Susanto, Rhianna Balingit, Polly Walker and Yu Na Lim) represented Carmel College in Round 2…

Cake In A Jar

Year 10 Food Technology students were given the brief to create their own cake in a jar recipe along with a recipe card and label. …