The 2013 ERO report has been released.
"The school’s Catholic character, based on the Marist Charism, continues to be central to the ethos of the school. This is strongly reflected in all aspects of the school community, including caring relationships amongst staff and students, the curriculum, environment, and in school protocols and ceremonies."
"During the last three years, levels of achievement in NCEA have consistently been at or above those of students in similar schools, especially at Levels 1 and 2."
"The school curriculum is responsive to the needs and interests of boys as well as the school’s Catholic character, and encourages participation in a wide range of learning experiences."
"Students receive appropriate advice and guidance in making decisions about careers and future pathways."
"Teachers maintain positive and supportive classroom environments."
"The school is effectively promoting educational success for Māori students."
"The school is well placed to sustain and improve its performance."
The previous 2010 report can be seen here.