Week four at WHS has flown past with everyone settled in and working hard.

Monday night saw Year 9 whanau attend a meet the teachers and information evening .  This was a valuable evening and was very well attended.  Junior students also sat their PATs on Monday and Tuesday.

Rock climbingNext week, the second round of Year 9 camps begin.  You can find some photos here which will have photos added to it as they are available.

The Duke of Edinburgh award is a fantastic way for students to get involved in the community, to do some tramping and to work towards a long term goal.  To register you need this form  DOE Registration Form and for more information contact Bharat Pancha on bharat.pancha@whs.school.nz.


Upcoming Events

  • 7 March : SOLO Curriculum Information Evening
  • 24 March : Learning Conversations for all Year Levels
  • 25 March : Good Friday, School Closed
  • 28 March : Easter Monday, School Closed
  • 29 March : Easter Tuesday, School Closed  (find out more here)
  • 4 – 8 April : Summer Tournament Week
  • 11 April : JUNIOR Parent/Teacher Evening
  • 13 April : SENIOR Parent/Teacher Evening

Sporting Congratulations

James Matheson NZ Men's Floorball Team 2016Floorball International Representation

Floorball is a type of indoor hockey that originated in Scandinavia. It is a fast-growing sport around New Zealand, particularly in Wellington where there are school, social, and club leagues. The New Zealand Men’s floorball team recently took part in the World Cup Asia Oceania regional qualifier held in Pattaya, Thailand.  Wellington High School student, James Matheson, was part of this team.
The other countries represented were Australia, Thailand, Japan, Malaysia, Korea and Singapore. The New Zealand team included seven members of the U19 national team. Although the men’s team didn’t qualify for the World Cup they gained valuable international experience. The U19 team will compete for a place in the U19 World Cup at the end of this year

Women’s Cricket

Wellington High School’s former student (2015) and all round sports star, Lucy Edwards, has been playing T20 cricket for Collegians Premier Girls. They have become T20 champions after a dramatic 3 run victory against Johnsonville in the Premier Girls T20 League.

Congratulations to both James & Lucy!