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Community

From the very beginning, service and the community have been a vital part of the Kristin experience. At the very first meetings in 1972 it was clear that Kristin's values would be those of family and community. An interdenominational school which embraced a Christian way of living, it has always been the people at Kristin who made it such a unique and nurturing environment. 

These days the community has grown but the values remain the same. Kristin Family and Friends is comprised of many groups of parents, grandparents and friends of the school who, just like in those early days at Kristin, come together to support the community and facilitate occasions such as productions, sports matches and events.

Our Kristin Alumni groups remain strong, regularly coming together for reunions and special Alumni events, and we are proud to welcome back a large number of Alumni who are now Kristin parents themselves.

Over the years Kristin has accumulated a rich collection of documents, photos, videos and memorabilia that tell the story of the School's history. These archives are collected, collated and maintained by our archivist, John Winn. Available to view by appointment, the Kristin archives offer a rich and interesting insight into the years gone by at Kristin.

Latest News 
Junior School Bouquets
Wednesday 4th December
Congratulations to the following Junior School students:   YEAR 1 Winston Peacocke for writing a well-composed and thoughtful letter to a classmate Luke Smith...
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Junior Secondary School Tennis Champions 2019
Tuesday 3rd December
Congratulations to the Junior Boys Tennis Team that won the Auckland Secondary Schools Junior A competition on Saturday. In the final, they defeated Kings College 8-1 to take the title. ...
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