Skippers Feast and Senior Prizegiving dominated last week in School House.
Thursday evening at the Regent Theatre parents, staff and students celebrated the successes of this year's student body.
Do not go gentle into that good night
I know I waffled last night and youve listened to enough speeches this week so to quote Flynn, 'Ive tried to keep this short like my hair.'
Senior prize giving was held on Thursday 1 November at the Regent Theatre. It was a special occasion to celebrate the students success throughout the year.
Please note that due to unforeseen circumstances the Quiz Night has been postponed until February 2019.
This week the school has received the following note of thanks from Claudia Babirat the Education Coordinator of Town Belt Kaitiaki.
Nicolas Sinnott and Samuel Chadwick were honoured with Mana Pounamu awards last Friday night.
This year, these projects have been designed and made by senior students in the technology department.
Congratulations to Ratu Fosita and Judah Nika who received Otago Polytechnic Pacific Island Recognition Awards and Scholarships last week.
Student Library Assistants got together at lunchtime on Monday to celebrate the end of the senior's year, farewell our Year 13 students, and most importantly eat!
School House keeps busy with study, the beach and Netball.
Congratulations to Year 11 student Cameron Moffitt, who has recently been named in the New Zealand Secondary Schools Athletics team to travel to Cairns for the Australian All Schools Championships in ...
During House meeting time today, the final was played between Aspinall and Park.
The School Council is pleased to provide a free sausage sizzle and drinks for all students to celebrate the end of the seniors year.
Congratulations to Year 12 student Michael Manson who has been selected to participate in the Red Bull Ignite7 programme.
Year 11 Science students Isaac Lee and Guy Rattanapan not only won an award at the Regional Science Fair with their Native Bird monitoring website - they have also gained accolade at the Kaitiaki Town...
Welcome to term four, we have a busy term ahead. It may only be eight weeks long, but a lot is cramped into these eight weeks.
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