Years 9 - 13
We aim to provide cultural & spiritual programmes that meet the needs of our students & community; leading to improved cultural outcomes and positive kapa haka opportunities.
Dedicated to promoting and developing social and cultural environments, and economic advancement of its people within its tribal region. This may include the attendance of students and/or staff at days of significance to our designated character e.g. Poukai, Koroneihana, Matatini, Raukawa history, Tangihana, Trust board activities, Te Reo celebrations including Manu Kōrero, openings, dedications etc.
Meet the prefects
Tau 13 Kaihono Mahi-a-rēhia
Tau 11 Kaihono Mahi-a-rēhia
Assistant Principal's Welcome
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Aaron Koopu, Assistant Principal
Meet Our Teachers
2nd in Charge, Year 13 form teacher, Physical Education
Year 12 form teacher, Business Studies
Year 9 form teacher, Te Reo Māori, Tikanga
Year 10 form teacher, Māori Performing arts
Senior teacher, Art, English