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The AIS NZ started with informal meetings of our non-catholic integrated schools in 1984. These meetings followed the annual meeting of the Association of Proprietors' of Integrated Schools at the Airport Hotel, Wellington. As the numbers of non-catholic schools grew it became apparent that there was sufficient interest to move to a more formal arrangement and it was agreed it would be prudent to have a forum where non-catholic schools could discuss matters that were relevant to their schools. In June 1988 interested schools met at the Catholic Education Office and Peter Mirams (Waikato Diocesan School) was elected Chairman and Brian Cheer (Nga Tawa School) was elected Secretary/Treasurer. The first formal meeting of the new Association of Integrated Schools New Zealand was held in June 1989 with a total of thirteen schools attending. AIS NZ continued to grow as more schools integrated and the total number of member schools is approximately 70 today... AIS NZ equips member schools to..
Also known as: Association of Integrated Schools New Zealand