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Macleans College, New Zealand, opened in 1980 with a roll of only 199 students. The school now, approaching its 40th year, still has a compelling history to tell. It’s co-educational and is the first S80 or whanau house school to be built in New Zealand. It now also has a roll of over 2,500 students.

In 2016, the school formed its first Alumni Association bringing together past students, staff and associates wherever they were living around the world. The key aim of the Alumni Association is to promote and foster a networking environment for those that have attended the school – including past students, staff, parents, right through to the Board of Trustee members.

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