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 Download SchoolBridge App

Current parents can download and use our Schoolbridge app. Download the App for Permission Slips, Alert Notifications, Links to FACTS, quick links to School Newsletter, School Event Calendar, and much more! If you are not yet a current parent, you can still visit in a web browser for important school information.

Note: SchoolBridge replaces SchoolApp our previous mobile app.

Transport Services

Pinehurst offers a subsidised bus service to students. For detailed information on bus routes, timings and costs see our current bus brochure here.

Pinehurst Bus Routes:

Route 1 - Devonport

Route 2 - Northcote

Route 3 - Greenhithe/West Harbour

Route 4 - East Coast Bays

Route 5 - Coatesville/Kumeu/Waimauku

Route 6Gulf Harbour/Manly/Silverdale

Route 7 - Matakana/Warkworth

Route 8Hatfields/Orewa/Millwater/Dairy Flat

Route 9 - Paremoremo Loop

See here for a map of bus zones in relation to the fee structure which is outlined in the bus brochure.

Email: [email protected]
Phone: (09) 414 0960
Mobile: 021 483 433
Emergency (after hours): 0800 244 6877

Onsite Services

Before School Care

Before School Care is available for students from 7:30am – 8:15am. Before School Care is a complimentary free of charge service.

After School Care and Holiday Programme

Year 1 to Year 7 students can participate in an on-site, after school care programme free of charge from 3:15pm until 4:00pm or fee based from 4:00pm - 5:30pm.

Pinehurst and Youthtown are proud to partner with each other in the operation of the after school programme and holiday programme.

Please click here to secure yourself a booking with us.  


Pinehurst School employs a full time School Counsellor who is available to meet with students’ school wide on a self-referral basis.

Parents may make appointments and discuss any concerns with the School Counsellor by phoning (09) 414 0960 extension 902.

At times, teachers may make referrals for a student to see the School Counsellor and, where necessary, the Counsellor will inform the parents.

There is no additional cost associated with this service.

Other Services

Over the past years, Pinehurst have gradually introduced a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) Programme. Laptops are compulsory for all students in Year 7 - 13 and available for all other year levels to purchase if they wish.

Students can either:

  1. Buy a suitable laptop from a preferred supplier. 
    Note: Pinehurst School do not benefit from purchases through suppliers
  2. Buy their own laptop and bring it to school  as long as it adheres to the school’s recommendations.

Click here for all the information on our laptop programme and a link to a preferred supplier or if you have purchased a new laptop and want to know what you can do to set it up ready for use.

Stationery Requirements

Primary and Year 7-8 College students will be given their stationery packs at the beginning of the year at parent/teacher conferences. 

College students Year 9 to Year 13 need to order their 'back-to-school' stationery and to make it easy we've teamed up with OfficeMax My School. All your child's school stationery list requirements are uploaded online and you can shop online at, freephone 0800 724 440 or in your local OfficeMax store. 

Download the 2024 Stationery Lists Below

Year 9
Year 10
Year 11
Cambridge AS Level
Cambridge A Level


Online ordering with Ezlunch 

Order before 9am on the day or schedule in advance. Lunch will be delivered to school at lunchtime. Click here to view menu.  

Create your ezlunch account… Click here to get started.

Need help? [email protected] or tel. 0800EZLUNCH term time 8am-4pm.


Tuck Shop Menu (for College students)

College students only, can order their lunch from the school tuck shop onsite. A menu of what is offered can be found HERE. 


Career Services

Our Career Counsellor is one of the best and most knowledgeable in New Zealand. She spends time with every student from Year 9 upwards and, when students become a little older, she will spend a long time helping them to make their future choices.

In Year 11 all students complete self-assessment based on Holland's theory of career development which very simply put, aligns 6 possible personality strengths with 6 areas of work.  The assessment gives students a 3-letter code (RIASEC Code) highlighting the 3 areas they are most compatible with.  This code is used as the basis for ongoing career discussions with the student. Students can research possible occupations based on their RIASEC code using O*NET OnLine


When you are choosing your school subjects, it is important that you consider prerequisite and recommended subjects for any courses in which you are interested. Our Career Counsellor will help you make the right subject choices to gain entry to your chosen university courses showing you the right pathway to take. When you are ready she will help you apply to university.