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At Mahurangi College, we extend and challenge our students who are eager for more learning. Through clubs, students are extended and challenged beyond the classroom. They can try something new, seek even more knowledge, apply their learning in new contexts, hone their abilities and solve problems by thinking “outside the box”.

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Students can participate in friendly matches of the timeless strategy board game. Every Thursday lunch time in J4.


Drama Club is a place where our students can enjoy learning more about drama through games, improvisation, and work on short scripts. We meet at least once a week (usually Tuesday lunchtimes) under the guidance of experienced drama teachers. In Term 1 students will be working on items for the SCGNZ University of Otago Sheilah Winn Shakespeare Festival. This focus will shift later in the year as students begin work on the school production.

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Students prepare for and take part in the Auckland Schools Debating competition.

Our Year 7 and 8 Debating club runs every Wednesday lunchtime.


Year 7-10 students have the opportunity to join in a variety of social sport in the Gymnasiums during lunchtime every Tuesday and Thursday. Our Senior Prefects organise a variety of different activities. During Term 1 and 4 the pool is also open 1-2 lunchtimes a week for free play. Listen out for the “Daily Notices” for the activities on offer.


For Years 7-9. Every Tuesday 3.30-5pm. Vex IQ is a nationwide Robotics competition that our students will be involved in this year.

They compete in local (North Shore) scrimmages and then are able to attend the National Competition later in the year.


Are you keen about helping the environment? Do you want to make a difference in the world around you and beyond? If so, come join the Enviro Group, open to all ages. Our group meets every Monday at lunch in K9.  Projects include planting a Bee & Butterfly Garden, Tree Planting, creating a school compost program, actions to Decrease Plastics, Shellfish Monitoring and more. 


For Year 7-10 students interested in having the opportunity to practice and learn photography skills alongside other students. Runs every Tuesday lunch time in D1. Students will need to bring a phone or other camera abled device. See @mahuphotoclub on Instagram.

Coin Trick

Every Monday B10 at lunch time. Come along and learn some new tricks!

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In 2018 Mahurangi College began a pest monitoring and trapping program working alongside Auckland Council, in the bush surrounding our school and river. New students are welcome to join.


 Homework help, support with study skills and exam preparation.

Runs every  Wednesday lunch time in A3 for Years 9-13. All welcome.

CONTACT:  Joanna Jessop


Dance club runs every Friday at lunch time for ANYONE who wants to dance. We try different styles of dance each week with no pressure to perform or even to remember the dance from week to week. Everyone is welcome, regardless of experience or ability. Hip Hop dance club is every Thursday at lunch time, and anyone is welcome to join to learn key skills and sets in various styles of hip hop. This group will have the chance to perform in the dance showcase in term three if they want. For other dance opportunities, check out our two auditioned dance companies.


Indoor rock climbing and activities designed to develop climbing skill, confidence and general fitness. Each term, several trips are made to Birkenhead Leisure Centre which has a variety of climbs catering to various skill levels. We take term by term sign ups and a max. of 24 students. Students who wish to try the sport can come along for a 'have a go' session. Fees are charged for transport, climbing and gear maintenance.

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Boost your Spanish speaking and listening skills. Spanish culture, conversation, games, songs,  videos etc. 


Years 7-9: Tuesdays at lunchtime

Years 10-13: Mondays at lunchtime

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Want to become the next JK Rowling? Fancy yourself as horror master Stephen King? Or comedy genius David Williams? Or do you just want a chance to write, get feedback and hear from other budding writers? Come along to the Writers Club! Every Tuesday at lunch in E4. Bring your lunch, a pen and your imagination.

CONTACT:  Ms Hinton

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NZSL is the language of New Zealand´s Deaf community and an official language of New Zealand. Join our club and have fun learning Sign Language and Deaf Culture. You will practise how to use NZSL in common situations.

Every Thursday at lunchtime.

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