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Arts

ACG Senior College is renowned for its outstanding arts department, and offers a dynamic line-up of extra-curricular art groups.

ACG Senior College Arts

  • Art Club

    Get creative! Paint murals and artwork for the school.

  • Backstage Crew

    Help backstage in the school production.

  • College Production

    Act and/or sing in a school production.

  • Debating

    Take part in Auckland Schools Debating – the largest secondary school debating competition in the country, or enjoy social debating with fellow students during lunch times.

  • Library Assistant

    Become a student librarian.

  • Music Tuition

    Music lessons are available at the College.

  • Smokefree Rockquest

    Battle it out at Smokefree Rockquest, New Zealand’s only nationwide, live, original music youth event.

  • Sheilah Winn Shakespeare Festival

    Celebrate the work of William Shakespeare by performing in this annual secondary school competition.

  • Contribute to Pulse

    Pulse is the ACG Senior College student-run magazine. Get involved! Create awe-inspiring artwork, write engaging, thought-provoking articles, or help to edit and format this vibrant student publication.

  • Writing Club

    Add polish and panache to essays, and share your writing talents with others.

  • Our top design student makes her mark in the city

    Gabriella Lidstone White, 18, a top Year 13 student at our college has spent much of her school holidays designing and spray painting a mural on the hoardings outside the Central City library.

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  • Rönisch Auckland Secondary Schools Piano Competition

    Our Year 11 student, Jonathan D’Souza has won 2nd prize at the prestigious 2016 Rönisch Auckland Secondary Schools Piano Competition.

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  • Art Club’s inaugural smartphone photography competition

    ACG Senior College Art Club has held its inaugural smartphone photography competition, raising money for Lifeline.

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