Over the last two weeks, we have celebrated the community, sporting, service and academic achievements of our amazing Year 11-13 students.
The Wrap Up is back! With news of VUW scholarships and graduation success to selection for the Young Shakespeare Company in 2022; plus local successes at EPro8 and recognition of coaching talent by Netball Wellington there is much to celebrate. Also included are details of key dates for the term and an offer of great careers support for those leaving us at the end of 2021.
Former students of Wellington High School and Com Ed Centre graduating from Te Herenga Waka – Victoria University of Wellington It is with pleasure that we share a list of our former students who have graduated from Victoria University between June 2020 and May 2021. We acknowledge and celebrate their wonderful success. Victoria University graduates […]
Kia ora koutou There were a number of announcements from the Government in the last week that will affect how we operate in the future and I need to share these with you in this communication. It is pleasing to see the response by most New Zealanders to this latest COVID outbreak with high rates […]
Kia ora koutou I hope your young person has appreciated being back at school. It has certainly been nice to see so many students returning. Winter sport resumption It is already the end of the season for some of our winter codes but College Sport Wellington (CSW) have confirmed dates for the resumption of some […]
The two updates sent by WHS today can be read below or on the COVID-19 link from our homepage. Message to the community 2 – Tuesday 7 September Kia ora, Following on from my earlier email, we have now received advice from the Ministry about operations at level 2. Firstly, we will be following our […]
Kia ora koutou Following the Government’s announcement today to continue at alert level 4 until midnight Tuesday evening and move to alert level 3 from Wednesday onwards, we will start to make preparations for the school to operate under alert level 3. The Prime Minister said today that “students should only go to school if […]
Kia ora koutou Following the Government’s decision to extend Alert Level 4 across New Zealand through until Friday evening, we will be continuing with remote learning for the remainder of the week. Because of the uncertainty with the emerging situation and the lockdown length, it is important that students connect with their teachers and try […]
This is a copy of the email sent to whānau and students on 29 July 2021. Students in Year 11—13 will be sitting derived grade examinations in some of their subjects between Monday 23 August — Friday 27 August 2021. The timetable, student instructions and a revision advice booklet can be found via the main link on […]