The song of two Y10 Kristin students, Eleanor Lang and Stephanie Townsend, was chosen for the official Olympic Games CD in a London soundtrack competition.

The girls’ entry is one of four secondary school entries to be included on the “Anthem in Black” CD which will be promoted by the NZ Olympic Committee during the build up to the games.

The Committee, in conjunction with Play it Strange music trust, recently launched a nationwide search for the soundtrack to the London Olympics and approached schools to join the competition.

David was one of Christ’s College’s top academic students, and was awarded its joint Dux award for 2010.

Saint Kentigern College reports that for the second year a in a row, the Premier Girls' Tennis team has won the NZ Secondary Schools national title, with the Premier Mixed team also in a podium finish in third place.  This is testament to the ongoing strength of the advanced tennis programme at the College and the work of Academy Director, Mr Peter Langsford and his team.

In July Michael Moore-Jones, a Year 12 student at Scots College will be packing his bags for Singapore. Moore-Jones has been selected as one of just 30 young Internet entrepreneurs aged 16-25 years, world-wide, to participate in the MyCube Digital Life Academy, a 6-week internship program that runs from 4 July - 14 August 2011.

ACG was the recipient of the Air New Zealand Cargo Exporter of the Year Award – Consultants & Services Category, at the annual awards ceremony held at the Auckland Langham Hotel on Friday 17th June 2011.