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Peace Experiment welcomes students from all over the globe to be part of our community.

Course Details


Peace Experiment offers a Montessori learning programme for 11 - 18 year old students.

We have staff who are able to support an ESOL (English as a Second Language) students. 

There are no uniform requirements at Peace School, and the stationery is provided for free.

NCEA is New Zealand's national school leaving qualification and is optional for those wishing to gain levels 1, 2 or 3.  Students may study at any level that they feel comfortable at; and may choose any set of topics, subjects or standards that they are eligible for. 

Please note: The staff will assist with tutoring English to non-English speaking students


The school believes in the value of engaging the community to create opportunities for education to assist in personal and social development. We work closely with organisation in our community to offer shared facilities such as the use of the public library, swimming pools, gymnasium, Mt Wellington reserve, local shops.

All students are encouraged to participate in Physical Education, sport and fitness activities to create active, healthy and integrated individuals.

Community Based Education


For 2023, Including GST, the tuition fee is NZD $15 025 per year including GST. 


This is usually paid quarterly.  The Tuition fees increase by 5% per annum.

There is also a  NZ $386 non-refundable application fee, and a bond payable in advance of NZ $3,090. 

Should you be submitting an application to NZ immigration for permanent residency, it is recommended that fees be paid term by term, or per semester.

All international students attending Peace Experiment must have current medical insurance that covers the entire duration of the time enrolled, which costs approximately NZ$250 pa.



You can apply online using the Domestic Student Application for Enrolment Form. 



For full Terms and Conditions, Enrolment Procedures, Conditions of Acceptance, Refund Conditions,

Withdrawal, Fees Protection, Disputes and Complaints - please see the link below

Terms an conditions


Full details of visa and permit requirements, advice on rights to employment in New Zealand while studying and reporting requirements are available through the New Zealand Immigration Service, and can be viewed on their website at the link below.

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