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Nau mai, haere mai ki te Kura Tuarua O Pukekohe

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 is about valuing respect, responsibility and kindness.


Puumautanga is about valuing commitment, perseverance and resilience.


Aarahitanga is about valuing pride, honour and leadership.


Ako is about valuing learning in everything we do.


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

What's On @ Pukekohe High School


Daily Notices


  • Hort careers expo
    Thought about a career in Horticultrue? Local growers and ex students currently working in the local Hort sector will be available for you to talk to and ask questions about what a career pathway in Horticulture could look like.
  • PHS Christian Student Opportunities
    The Christian Group are starting a bible study about parables at interval on a Wednesday. All students are welcome to come along. This will be happening all term. We have a meeting every Monday at Interval for Prayer. And we also meet Wednesday and Friday at 1:50pm for food, fellowship and games... great time to bring a friend. If you have any questions ask Mr Kemp...
  • Bronze Duke of Ed Meeting
    ALL Bronze Duke of Edinburgh students please attend a meeting in C4 at interval on Wed 12th August. Mr Hughes will be updating students on recording hours and tramp preparation. ALL Bronze students must attend. Be on time as there is a lot of important information to communicate over the next three weeks.
  • Arts Week
    ARTS WEEK!!!!!! Lots of exciting things happening next week.... - Wednesday night is the KBB performance night for Wind Band, Big Band, Concert Band, Stage Band, String Group and Combo which is open for everyone to come and watch. - ‘Throwback Thursday’ dress up (for year 13 only) is obviously on Thursday, - Thursday night is the ‘Winter Showcase’ that is going to show off some of our Dance, Drama, Music, Art and Cultural departments, from 6:30-8:00pm in the school hall. - Friday is the House Chalk Art competition during lunch, and there will be an ongoing Mural planning development team throughout the week, and for anyone interested, they can get in contact with Ms Hansen (Arts, not science).
  • Ball Notices
    Year 13 ONLY. All outside partner forms have been processed. If you have applied to bring an outside partner please see Miss Low in M3 (if not done so already) to see about the outcome,. All approved forms must be stapled to your own ticket form prior to purchasing. YEAR 12 and 13 If you are wanting to attend the ball and are below 90% in class attendance you must get an exemption form from the student centre and hand in by Friday 14th. The 90% attendance is ONLY for in class attendance and does not count any justified/unjustified absences. Ball tickets will be available for purchase in week 4 and 5 with forms being printed and in the student centre. Payment for these will begin on Tuesday 11th and end Friday 21st at 2.15pm. In order to pay for your ticket you must have a completed ball form - or approved exemption if under 90% in class attendance by Mr. Tindling - which is signed by yourself, your caregiver, Ms. Loader (who checks your attendance) and Miss Low (who checks the form is complete). The student centre will not take any payments for the ball without these steps being followed. Miss Low will be in M3 during interval for this each day during weeks 4-5, please do not come to her lessons for a signature while she is teaching. Week 6 - Tuesday 25th, Wednesday 26th and Thursday 27th during lunchtimes - bus sign ups will occur on these 3 days after all tickets are purchased. This will take place in M2 (for those needing buses 1 way) and M3 (those needing to take the bus both ways). See Miss Low in M3 for any questions
  • Practice External Assessment Books
    Practice External Assessment books can now be ordered for all external mathematics exams. They cost $7 each. See your maths teacher if you are unsure which books you need. Payment should be made at the students centre and the receipt handed to your teacher with your name on.
  • Hall Closed
    The school hall is closed at before school, interval and lunchtime this week.

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