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School Zone

Pukekohe High School has a Ministry of Education approved enrolment scheme. Under this scheme, students will be enrolled if they live within the home zone.

Home Zone Details

Pukekohe High School has a home zone as shown on the attached map. All students who live within the home zone shall be entitled to enrol at the school. Please email enrol@pukekohehigh.school.nz if you have any queries.

The Pukekohe High School Enrolment Zone has within its boundaries the following roads:

  • (State Highway 22) north of Pukekohe to the edge of the Rosehill College Enrolment Zone
  • Sim Road
  • Burtt Road as far as Needham Road (including 141 and 146)
  • 2 kms north of Runciman Road and Tuhimata Road intersection
  • Dorsyd Way including 652 and 679
  • Kern Road and including Patrick Road
  • Coulston Road, Ambush Road, Flay Road
  • Great South Road, north of Flay Road
  • North of dogleg on Hillview Road
  • Chamberlian Road, Totara Road, Dunn Road
  • Ararimu Road from Totara Road intersection to Steel Road (including 822 and 825)
  • Paparimu Road, south of intersection with Matheson Road
  • Matheson Road
  • Lyons Road, Caie road, Jeff Road, McKenzie Road
  • State Highway 2 to Mangatangi Road intersection
  • Bell Road, Homestead Road, Chester Road
  • Koheroa Road east of number 341
  • State Highway 2 to State Highway 1 (and including) Baird Road, Serpell Road, Dobson Road, Irish Road, Rimu Road, McMillan Road, O’Leary Road
  • Nikau Road, Razorback Road, Beaver Road
  • Jericho Road, Ruebe Road
  • Harrisville Road, Buckville Road, Jamieson Road
  • Buckland Road to intersection of Tuakau Road
  • Ray Wright Road, Pukekohe
  • Upper Queen Street, Cameron Town Road, Clifford Road, Knight Lane
  • Tramway Road, Settlement Road, Fulton Road, Puni
  • Aka Aka Road (including Riverview Road, Shipherd Road and Massey Road) until the intersection with Eastern Drain Road
  • Eastern Drain Road and Wiley Road
  • Waiuku Road and including Waller Road, up to number 970
  • Baldhill Road to top of the hill (up to and including number 160)
  • Farm Park Road, Glenbrook Station Road to Gearon Road
  • Gearon Road to Quinn Road, Martyn Wright Road
  • Glenbrook Road east of Klipsch Road (but not including), to State Highway 22
  • Glenbrook Road (both sides) and all roads south of it (Cuff Road, Ostrich Road, Pearson Road, Kingseat Road)

Out of Zone Enrolment

The PHS Board will consider any out of zone applications. This is to be completed through our regular online enrolment form.

Annulment of Enrolment

The Education Act provides for the annulment of enrolment if the board has reasonable grounds for believing that, at the time of application, the parents provided false information or deliberately used a temporary address in an attempt to unfairly gain priority in enrolment. Annulment is via Section 110 (1) for the following reasons:

  1. although the student had an in-zone address at the time of application, the student had moved to an out-of-zone address by the time of enrolment (i.e. the first day of attendance); or
  2. the student had never lived at the in-zone address given at the time of application; or
  3. new evidence has come to light which suggests that the student is not, in fact, the sibling of a current or former student.

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    Career Centre, Thursday 20th June, 11:30am
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    For any senior students who require a Career conversation about their future plans, entry into the workforce, trades, including assistance with university applications & scholarships please visit the careers centre to make an appointment or message Mrs Jolly on Teams.
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