We’re fundraising for Active Waiheke

Waiheke High School is raising money to replace the surface of the current dilapidated tennis courts for use by the whole community.

A new turf will provide a multi-sport facility for sports such as: Netball, Basketball, Field Hockey, Futsal and Football, Tennis, Pickleball and Ki o Rahi.

The facility would be available for community use after school, summer evenings, and weekends. 

For sponsorship opportunities or more information, please visit us here.

2023 Careers Expo and Creative Industries Exhibition

Waiheke High School Career Expo

All students Years 10-13, and their whānau, are warmly invited to attend.
Come along and meet with over 25 tertiary providers, including universities, polytechnics and private training enterprises. This is a great way to compare options and get your questions answered without going off-island.
30th May / 4.30 – 6 pm / Hall

View list of Tertiary Providers

Whare Toi and Beyond

Join us in Whare Toi to view a range of past Creative Industries students work from their current tertiary courses.
30th May / 4.30 – 6 pm / Whare Toi

WHS Students with Solar Panel

Sponsor a solar panel

As one of the largest organisations on Waiheke, we use a lot of power. Our power bills can be up to $3,000 per month. We are raising money for a new solar power system to save money on our power bills and contribute to a sustainable future for our kura and motu.

Check out our new solar panel sponsorship page for more details and information on how you can sponsor a solar panel for our school.

Term 1 Sports Timetable

We have lots of exciting sports competitions coming up in Term 1 including: Girls Rugby Academy, Cricket, Basketball, Waka Ama and heaps more ⚽️🏀🏐

Check out our new Term 1 sports timetable for what is on offer!

Flavours of our Whānau

The Creative Industries Faculty invites you to an opportunity to taste a range of innovative new pie flavours inspired by our favourite family recipes. Join us on Friday August 5th to taste test a selection of pie flavours being prototyped by Year 11 Hospitality. Accompanying these taste sensations are a range of reconditioned stools designed and fabricated by Year 11 Design and Visual Communication students to brighten up our workshops.

WHERE: Te Whare Toi Atrium

WHEN: Fri August 5th, 3:30 – 5:00 PM.

Window Into Our Lives Wed May 18th

Join us next Wednesday in celebrating select works from the Faculty of Creative Industries in the brand new Whare Toi. This is a great opportunity to see some of the awesome things happening in Visual Art, Junior Technology, Photography, Painting and Building and Construction. Whare Toi will be open from 4 – 7pm on Wednesday and works will be on display until the end of term if you happen to be on campus and would like to have a look around.

UNIFORM SHOP January 2022

 Year 7 and new students who are purchasing full uniform – fittings are by appointment only as per enrolment confirmation letter.
● School Uniform Shop opening hours for all other students are:

Monday 24 Jan – 9:00 am to 12:00 noon
Tuesday 25 Jan – 9:00 am to 12:00 noon

Wednesday 26 Jan – 2:00 pm to 4.00 pm
Thursday 27 Jan – 9:00 am to 12:00 am

Alternatively, all uniform can be purchased from Out There Surf Shop (Belgium Street).  Prices are the same as the school uniform shop but second items are not available.

Year 7 – 10 Students returning to School

On Wednesday, 10 November the government announced that students in Years 1 – 10 can return to school.  This is our plan for the return of our Year 7 – 10 students, if you have any questions, please contact the school on 09 371 9000.

Term 4, Week 5
Wednesday, 17 November – Years 11 -13 students only, final day onsite before starting Study Leave.
Thursday, 18 November – Years 9 and 10 students only, learning at school.
Friday, 19 November – Years 9 and 10 students only, learning at school.
Term 4, Week 6 onwards
Starting Monday, 22 November:
Years 7 and 8 only, learning at school on Mondays and Tuesdays.
Years 9 and 10 only, learning at school on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
This will be the pattern until further notice. When students are not learning at school, they are expected to continue with their online learning from home.
When students are learning at school, they will need to bring their own facemask, a drink bottle and lunch. The tuck shop is also open. Facemasks are required on the School Bus.

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