Campion College is a Christ-centred community committed to offering and encouraging the education and development of the total person in a Catholic environment.
He kura Katorika a Kapiana e kaha ana ki te manaaki me te whakapakari te tangata i roto i te matauranga e pa ana ki nga mahi Katorika
In 1974 the boys' and girls' schools were merged into one on the site of Edmund Campion College. In 1976 the administration as a co-educational College from Year 9-13 was set in place and the name changed to Campion College. In 1982 Campion College entered the State education system as an integrated school when an integration agreement under the Private Schools Conditional Integration Act 1975 was signed by the school's proprietor and the Minister of Education. In 2005, following the addition of the Hato Maria block to the grounds of Campion, year 7 & 8 students from St Mary's Primary School joined the college. Campion now caters for students from years 7 to 13.