2. King’s College
King’s College, often informally referred to simply as King’s, is an independent secondary boarding and day school in New Zealand. It educates over 1000 pupils, aged 13 to 18 years. King’s was originally a single sex boys school but has admitted girls in the Sixth and Seventh forms (Years 12 and 13) since 1980, and in the Fifth form (Year 11) since 2016. King’s was founded in 1896 by Graham Bruce. King’s was originally situated in Remuera, Auckland on the site now occupied by King’s School, Remuera, in 1922 the school moved to its present site in the South Auckland suburb of Otahuhu.
The school has strong links to the Anglican church; the Anglican Bishop of Auckland, and the Dean of Auckland are permanent members of the school’s Board Of Governors. The College is a member of the Round Square group. King’s will celebrate its 125-year anniversary in 2021 while the 40 year anniversary of girls attending King’s will be celebrated in 2020.
The School has a total estimated net asset worth of $277 million.
1.Dilworth School (2022 richest private schools in New Zealand)
Dilworth School is an independent (private) full boarding school for boys in Auckland, New Zealand. The boys attending are on scholarships covering education and boarding costs, as the school is owned and operated by a charitable trust.
The School has a total estimated net asset worth of $277 million. It is the 2021 richest private school in New Zealand.
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