|Rangiora New Life School|
|Type||State Integrated Composite (Years 1-13)|
|Motto||Seek, serve, soar.|
|Ministry of Education Institution no.||418|
|Hours in school day||8:50 am–3:10 pm|
|School roll||474 (March 2019)|
|Intranet||New Life Connect connect|
|Apps platform||SharePoint & Office365|
Rangiora New Life School is a state-integrated Christian area School situated in Southbrook, Rangiora, New Zealand. It was established in 1979 as a private school and integrated into the state education system in March 1994. 474 students from years 1 to 13 (approx. ages 5 to 18) as of March 2019, many of whom are not of religious conviction (the school having a policy of acceptance towards personal religion). The current principal is Stephen Walters.The school has a roll of
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