by NZ CATHOLIC staff
The principal of St Peter’s College in Auckland, Kieran Fouhy, has advised his school’s board that he will retire at the end of this year.

Kieran Fouhy, principal at St Peter's College.
Kieran Fouhy, principal at St Peter’s College.

The chairman of the college’s board of trustees, Nick Kumarich, sent an announcement to the St Peter’s College community, friends of the college and former students early this month advising
them of Mr Fouhy’s decision.
Mr Kumarich wrote that Mr Fouhy became the school’s ninth headmaster in 1989, and that he will retire after 44 years in Catholic school education.
St Peter’s College has transformed over the 76 years of its existence he stated, “and none more so than during the past 26 years under Mr Fouhy’s leadership”.
Mr Fouhy will remain on sabbatical until the start of Term 3, at which time he will return to his role as headmaster.

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