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WELCOME TO PUKEKOHE HIGH SCHOOL

Nau mai, haere mai ki te Kura Tuarua O Pukekohe
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A Welcome from the Principal

He wahi whai-mana ki to rapu matauranga or a positive place of learning.

At Pukekohe High School our vision is to be a positive place of learning where our students are challenged, become equipped to fulfill their potential and achieve their aspirations.

We provide a range of learning experiences and help students create pathways that will lead to success at school and in their future.

In addition to our academic programme, we offer opportunities to develop their interests through an extensive range of arts, music, drama, outdoor pursuits, sports and cultural groups.

We also encourage all of our students to become connected members of our school community through their vertical form classes, house activities, peer support and leadership opportunities throughout the school.

He wahi whai-mana ki to rapu matauranga or a positive place of learning.

At Pukekohe High School our vision is to be a positive place of learning where our students are challenged, become equipped to fulfill their potential and achieve their aspirations.

Our Living Values

Manaakitanga

Manaakitanga is about valuing respect, responsibility and kindness.

Puumautanga

Puumautanga is about valuing commitment, perseverance and resilience.

Aarahitanga

Aarahitanga is about valuing pride, honour and leadership.

Ako

Ako is about valuing learning in everything we do.

Kotahitanga

Kotahitanga is about valuing community, whanaungatanga, relationships and working together.

What's On @ Pukekohe High School

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  • RELAY FOR LIFE – Y12/13
    This year, Relay for Life will be held in the Claudelands Events Centre in Hamilton on March 27th. This will run from 10am-10pm and is a fundraising event for people living with cancer. This is for Year 12s and 13s and those who are interested are to go collect a permission slip from the table in Upper Massey or the Sports Office. See Mrs Grass or Mrs Lowe for more details.

News & Events

Wednesday Bell Time Change
As communicated previously, on Wednesdays, students should be in their whaanau roopuu (form class) by 9.40am, as staff professional learning has moved to Wednesday mornings…
2021 Centenary
SAVE THE DATE – 22 to 24 October 2021 for the Key Event! We hope you can join us! Our new PHS Centenary page on…

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COVID 19 Update
Change to Alert Level 2

School will be open for all students and staff from Monday 8 March.

Kia kaha, kia māia, kia manawanui.

Be strong, be brave, be steadfast.