Mount Albert Grammar School
Grammar School was founded as a Government boys' secondary
school in 1922. In the year 2000 girls were admitted for the
first time and it is now a fully co-educational school, with a
total roll of 2300 boys and girls. Boys and girls are taught in
separate classes in Year 9 and 10 and in largely mixed classes
in Years 11, 12 and 13.
It has a fine aquatic centre on campus, with two heated indoor swimming pools - a 25-metre competition pool with variable depth, and a leisure pool with wave action and a water slide. Two spa pools, a steam room, a sauna, a pool shop and a food outlet complete the complex.
The School has a farm on campus; young people from all over the Auckland region are able to visit this unique facility. Our students are able to study farm-related subjects as part of their courses.
The School has had a very popular boys' boarding hostel School House on campus for 75 years.