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Visiting your Country

During the year, we visit our education partners, parents and students to let you know more about study options at Pukekohe High School. These options could be anything from 1 term to a whole academic year (February – December).

As the New Zealand border is closed at the moment, in-person visits are not possible but I am contactable through the social media links below or by email: and I am happy to meet you for an online meeting also.

Please also check our facebook, twitter and Instagram pages for news and events for Pukekohe High School:

To apply to Pukekohe High School, please download the application form here.
Any other queries, please contact us in the International Office.

We look forward to meeting with you and welcoming you to Pukekohe High School.

News & Events

Homestays Needed for 2024
If you’re interested in hosting international students attending our school during July and August, please contact Lydia Firmin-Cavanagh. Email for more information.
Hikoi to Pukekohe War Memorials
Our Year 9 Social Studies Pukekohe War Memorial walks have begun! 🌟 Year 9s are already diving into the rich tapestry of war memorials, exploring…

Daily Notices

  • Homestays Needed
    We have groups of international students arriving in July & August who need homestay families. If you are interested in hosting international students, please contact Ms Firmin -
  • Waikato Uni – Scholarship Presentation
    Careers Centre, Wednesday 22nd May, 10:30am.
  • Waikato Uni Open Day – Bus Transport
    Please return your signed permission slips if you have put your name down to attend the Waikato Open Day on Friday 24th May.
  • Gymnastics and tumbling
    Can all experienced gymnasts and tumblers who want to enter the schools competition please send Miss Ashford (Meghan Ashford) a message on Teams and go to the sports office to register your entry. Entries close soon. Competition is 13th June.
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    BYOD for Learning

    With the resurfacing of COVID in our region and changes in
    Alert Levels causing students to continue their learning from home, having a
    reliable device at home to access online learning, remain connected with
    teachers, and receive feedback about their work makes 
    BYOD more essential than

    Click here for a reminder of our BYOD recommendations.