Late Start For Year 9 and 10

Junior students (Year 9 and 10) will start school at 11.30am on Monday 2 December to accommodate Senior Sign Out. Bus students who are required to arrive at school at the usual time should report to the library where they will be supervised until normal timetable resumes. 

Senior Sign Out

Senior Sign Out is Monday 2 December. Students will report to the Gymnasium at 10.00am to complete sign out formalities. Students who have paid their fees and completed sign out will be issued a school magazine. Students will be released from school by 11.00am.

Late Start For Year 9

Year 9 students will start at 9.45am on Friday 29 November 2019 (no module class). Students should report directly to their form class on this day. Bus students arriving at the usual time can go to the library where they will be supervised until 9.45am.

Boxing NewsBoxing

Congratulations to Kyan Mooney and Ollie Beech on their boxing success. Kyan won a national title in the 48kg cadets category, and Ollie was runner up in the 54kg category.

Manawatu Secondary School Sports Awards 2019

Congratulations to the following students who were nominated as finalists for the 2019 Manawatu Secondary School Sports Awards:
• Noah Macdermid (Code Award Winner - Athletics)
• Lily Patete (Artistic Roller Skating)
• Kyann Williams (Official of the Year)
• Bianca Trewick (Student Volunteer Award)
• Sophia Babbage (Student Volunteer Award)

Noah was a Code Award Winner and was presented with his award at the sports awards held at the Regent on Broadway.

Scholarship SuccessOutward Bound

Congratulations to Annelies Orme and Bobby Pritchard who were awarded full sponsorships to attend an Outward Bounds course during the October holidays. Annelies and Bobby joined 12 other students from around the Manawatu and embarked on a 21 day outdoor experience in Anakiwa. During the course, students went rock climbing, kayaking, tramping, had daily swims in the ocean and spent two nights alone in the bush. The experience taught the students many lessons, most importantly "you can do anything you set your mind to". 

Congratulations also to Lucy Scrivener who has been awarded a scholarship from Rongotea Lions Club to attend an Outdoor Pursuits Challenge in December.

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