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Caring Staff Connected Community

Caring Staff Connected Community

Achievement respect responsibility

Achievement respect responsibility

101 Years of Education Excellence

101 Years of Education Excellence

Relevant Learning

Relevant Learning

Responsibility Respect Achievement

Responsibility Respect Achievement

Welcome to Whakatāne High School 

Whakatāne High School challenges students to achieve with strong values around responsibility, respect and achievement. Kia Whakatāne Au I Ahau.

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Years Old. Started as a District High School in 1920, becoming a full high school in 1950.

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2019 NZ Representatives: Cross Country, Volleyball, Judo, Surf Lifesaving, Equestrian, Motocross,    Swimming, Adventure Racing.

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Gemma Baldey - Cross Country, Caitlin Studer - Volleyball, Emily Julian - Volleyball, Codi Laurent - Volleyball, Beau Henry - Volleyball, Cameron Mackey - Judo, Jamie Julian - Surf Lifesaving, Tyrone Herring - Surf Lifesaving, Skye Edwards - Equestrian, Ashleigh Jackson - Surf Lifesaving, Nicolas Cannell - Surf Lifesaving, Brooklyn McGovern - Motocross,  Ashleigh Lawlor - Swimming, Ari Goodman - Adventure Race, Cambell Julian - Adventure Race, Ella Julian - Adventure Race, Hayden Sisson - Adventure Race, Campbell Forsyth - Beach Volleyball, Ava Andersen - Volleyball.

 

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8 Olympian Former Students; Lisa Carrington, Karen Hanlen, Jozef Klaassen,

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Stacey Waaka, Jon-Paul Tobin, Nathan Twaddle, Toni Jeffs, Noel Mills.

 

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Getting Connected

Getting Connected

Want to keep up to date with what is going on at Whakatane High School?
As well as downloading the Whakatane High School App, we encourage all of our students, parents and whānau to join our Facebook page and follow us on Instagram.

Download the Whakatane High School APP: whakatanehighschool.apps.school.nz/share/ and sign up to the various groups, report absences and stay up to date with student notices.

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Parent Portal
The Whakatane High School Parent Portal provides access to information about your student’s timetable, attendance, fees, results in real time, and accurate contact details. Portal url: http://www.whakatanehigh.school.nz/parent-portal. Sign in details have been sent home. Enter the username and caregiver password when prompted. We suggest that you keep these details secure for future use. You may contact the eHub via email at ross.mckay@whs.co.nz for assistance.

Student Portal
http://www.whakatanehigh.school.nz/student-portal. Student sign in details share the same username as the parent portal but require the student password (details have been sent home).

Whakatane High School Digital Newsletter
The newsletter is emailed fortnightly, on Thursdays. Please email anne.nillesen@whs.co.nz if you have news about your student’s achievements. Subscribe to the newsletter and stay informed: https://www.smore.com/bzd43-issue-10-8-july-2021?ref=email-content#w-9245391650

Report an Absence
Absentee Hotline: 308 8251 ext 702. Email: absent@whakatanehigh.school.nz.
Web: http://www.whakatanehigh.school.nz/report-an-absence, or use the WHS APP.

Important Dates

Important Dates

Below are some keys dates and events to look out for in Term 3 2022


12 August

Innovation Station 10am-2pm
https://www.whakatane.com/events/whakatane-high-school-innovation-station-market-day

 

17-18 August

Arts Festival from 6.30pm both nights
Free entry - but a koha is appreciated.

 

24 August

Subject Information Evening

 

25 August

NCEA Teacher Only Day

 

7-8 September

Student Mentoring Interviews

All students are to study at home on 8 September

 

9 September

Model United Nations

 

13 September

Year 8 Open Day and Evening
Senior Students are to study at home this day.

 

14-20 September

Senior Exams

 

30 September

School Cross Country

 

COVID-19 ORANGE ALERT LEVEL

COVID-19 ORANGE ALERT LEVEL

Covid Orange Alert Level from 13 April 2022

Whakatane High School will be operating at Covid Orange until further announcements from the government.

Here's some information on how the school will run during this level.

 

2022 Whakatane High School Fees

2022 Whakatane High School Fees

School fees, charges and donations

In 2022 Whakatāne High School has opted into the Ministry funded school donations scheme. Full details can be found by clicking here. In a nutshell the Ministry funded donations scheme means that the Ministry will pay the school $150 per student directly. This means that there are no school fees for trips, resources, tuition or activities (including sports) that are part of your child's core learning programme (curriculum). For more information: https://www.whakatanehigh.school.nz/school-fees