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NCEA information

NCEA is the main national qualification for secondary school students in New Zealand and are qualifications  recognised by employers, and used for selection by universities and polytechnics, both in New Zealand and overseas. Students must pay their fees to have their results recorded on their Record of Achievement, and to receive certificates.

Click here for our Parent Information Booklet (from 2018 Parent Evening).

Click here for the NZQA PAYMENT FORM.

Click here for Assessment Rules and Procedures for students.

Click here to help with your planning – and preview the official NCEA (2019) Exam Timetable.

Click here for tips on how to support your teen during exam time.

Click here to be directed to the NZQA website, for answers to all your NZQA questions.

How to Pay NZQA Entry Fees:  $76.70 for NZ Residents (OR) $383.30 for International Fee Paying Students.  This bill is added to your student’s account – which can be viewed on the Parent Portal.

The final date for payment accepted at Green Bay High School’s account office is Monday 3 September 2018, after this date payments will need to be made directly to NZQA – along with this completed form and will  incur a late fee of $50 (eg: $76.70 plus $50 or $383.50 + $50 for international students). If a community service card is held you may be able to apply for Financial Assistance up until the 3rd of September, this form needs to be completed and handed back into the accounts office. No financial assistance will be available after this date.  Please note: individual families must deal with New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) directly if payment of the entry fee is late and will be required to pay an additional fee of $50.00 per student.

Our school Accounts Office is open Monday – Friday from 8.00am to 4.00pm.

Please contact Accounts Manager, Debbie Tonkin for more information.