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Year 9 Enrolment 2024



Pukekohe High School has now moved to fully online enrolments.

Online enrolments for In Zone families are available throughout the year.

You will need the following documents to complete an Online Enrolment:

Notes: if you have not received a message from the school within 3 working days, please check your ‘spam’ or ‘junk’ folder. If you are having problems completing the online enrolment document, press the ‘refresh’ button (top left round arrow) several times and try again. 

To start an online enrolment, please follow the link HERE

A student is deemed enrolled at Pukekohe High School once a confirmation of enrolment message has been received. There is no requirement for future Year 9 students to have an enrolment interview – all of the required details can be gained from the online forms. If your student has learning support needs, and you would like to have an interview, please let us know on the enrolment application.

Subject selection for 2024 will start in September and is completed online through SchoolPoint. Login details will be emailed directly to caregivers, along with a how-to guide. Login details are sent each Friday pm to families who have completed an enrolment in the preceding week.

Enrolment 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. A copy of the zone is available from the school office or HERE on our website.

Out of Zone Enrolment

From the beginning of 2018, the Pukekohe High School Board of Trustees determined that out of zone enrolments will only be accepted from siblings of current students and that there will be no limit on the number of such enrolments.


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