Announcement |

School  will be closed for a  Ministry Teacher Only Day on Thursday 13th May




A 21st Century Education

Our focus is to ensure that Albany Junior High School provides our students with a 21st Century education emphasising traditional literacy and numeracy skills while fostering innovation. Our new school provided us with a great opportunity to deliver positive education outcomes for our children.
Our year 7 to 10 model, combined with the modern buildings designed to incorporate technology, means our children have every advantage. We have successfully provided an Enriched Learning Environment for our children to achieve academically. Our students consistently attain above the national average, our Performing Arts are strongly supported with many students taking musical instruction and there is strong participation and success also in the sports arena.
We have had two excellent ERO reports; during the establishment phase of Albany Junior High School and in our second year; both reports are available to be viewed on the MOE website. The extremely positive support we have received from students, parents, staff and our local community since Albany Junior High School opened has been wonderful.
We encourage you to all become involved in the school through the Parents’ Forum, sports and cultural activities and the Board of Trustees. We look forward to working with you to ensure your child’s experiences at Albany Junior High School help them to be the best they can be. To contact the Board of Trustees please email:

Board of Trustees members:

 The AJHS Board of Trustees are as follows:  Lisa Compton (Board Chair), Stephen Kendall-Jones (Principal),  Fran Dowson, Lisa Lumsden (Staff representative), Trish Ripi, Stuart Tabuteau, and Gareth Juddery.

View Annual Report 2018

2019 Annual Report.pdf

Board of Trustees Meeting Minutes 2020

25/02/2020      Minutes

05/05/2020      Minutes

26/05/2020      Minutes

23/06/2020      Minutes

27/07/2020      Minutes

25/08/2020      Minutes

22/09/2020      Minutes

20/10/2020      Minutes

23/11/2020      Minutes