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Our chess players have again outflanked their opposition, this time in Chess Power's national competition. The AIC team is the new national secondary school champion team. 

Congratulations to Rachel Cho for achieving the top score for Year 11 science at the 2013 International Competitions and Assessments for Schools (ICAS). She will receive the University Of New South Wales medal.


Year 11 student, Jessica Ge, who competed in the National Taekwando Championship,  won a gold medal in the Junior Female 15-17 Team category and a silver medal in the Junior 15-17 Pair category.




Year 12 student and golfer Lita Guo, won her first national title after carding a one under par in the final round of the Lawnmaster classic on the Charles Tour in Manuwatu.

Lita, who recently claimed a bronze medal at the Australian Youth Olympics Festival as part of the NZ mixed team, was delighted to win for the first time on the Charles Tour.

“I have had a few runner-up finishes and top fives but it is a great feeling to win,” says Lita.

The NZ Golf website article compares Lita’s playing in the tournament to Lydia Ko who is currently the World No. 1 Amateur.

Congratulations on your win Lita!  

The Office of Ethnic Affairs is the government’s primary source of information and advice about ethnic diversity. Applications were sought by this Office for Auckland-based ethnic youth to join the Young Leaders and Collaborators Programme. 130 youth applied and ten, including AIC Year 13 student  Fatumata Bah, were chosen. 

ZuoPeng Xiao has won a medal in the Australian Mathematics Competition. 

Young Yang Lu has been selected as one of four  World Vision Ambassadors. Young was invited to attend a special workshop during the term break. From 55 applicants, a group of ten were invited to attend the workshop and from that group the four ambassadors were chosen. 



AIC students once again achieved excellent results in the 2012 China Bridge speech competition in Auckland. 

Two teams represented AIC at the Central Auckland Region Business Plan Presentations of the Young Enterprise Scheme. The business plan explains the business idea, company setup and how the team plans to produce, market and sell their product. It also shows projected costs and expected profits. Using information from the business plan, students then pitch their business idea to a panel of outside judges. 

One of the teams ‘Echo,’ was highly commended for its innovative idea and the judges were extremely complimentary about the marketability of their product. The second team ‘Crossroads’ was awarded first place, and will go on to compete in the national competition later in the year. Congratulations to the both teams for representing AIC so well and to Mr Muir for his hard work in assisting and guiding these teams.

Crossroads : Samuel Shim, Danny Shin, Alex Kim, Chaeri Yoon, Phillip Kim, Jeong In Hwang, Shaun Lim

Echo: Margaret Zhou, Kelsey Lee, Roseanna Cen, Martin Lee, Jace Hong, Andrew Jun, Mona Yang




The AIC chess team came third in the 2011 Australian National Interschool Open Competition (missing out on second place in a nerve-wracking tie-breaker). 

Nicole Tsoi came first in the secondary girls competition and Boyd Siripornpitak came third in secondary boys. These are excellent results and your school is proud of you all. Dr Sesiashivili, HOD Maths and teacher in charge of chess


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