Te Kura accepts short term enrolments for students who want to use the summer break to earn additional credits or specific internal standards in NCEA. This may be to get into a tertiary course, training, or employment the following year.
A range of internal standards are offered at NCEA Levels 1, 2 and 3. You can view a provisonal list of standards and subjects offered at Summer School, please note these may change. View the provisional list of subjects and standards (Excel).
Our Summer School courses are delivered online so, provided you have access to a computer and the internet, you can study anywhere and anytime.
Summer School Key Dates
26 November: Enrolments open
17 December: Summer School starts
5 February: Enrolments close
12 February: Students must have final work submitted for the credits achieved to be counted towards their 2018 Record of Achievement
22 February: Summer School closes
Te Kura’s qualified teachers will be available online to answer any questions and assess your work. If you need help with your online learning, you can contact our Student and Whānau Support during working hours for assistance.
I thought it would be hard work changing from an average high school scenario into a home school scenario. To my surprise, it was pretty much the same, apart from being in the comfort of my own home. The teachers were so supportive and dedicated to helping me reach my goals…But the most important thing they taught me is to make realistic goals for yourself. Summer School at Te Kura was by far the best decision I ever made.