We hope that everyone has had a smooth start to 2017.
We certainly enjoyed the powhiri for all our new students and their whanau.
This wrap up will happen each week to keep you up to date with what is coming up and what we’ve been doing. You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter and get the Wellington High School app for smartphones. More information see
You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter and get the Wellington High School app for smartphones. More information see App Links
|8 & 9 February||School Photos|
|9 February||Year 9 Whanau Information Evening|
|13 February||Board of Trustees Meeting|
|20 February||Te Whanau a Taraika hui|
|20 – 24 February||Year 9 Noho Marae|
|2 March||Athletics Day|
|13 April||Last Day of Term 1|
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WHS CAR PARK & PUBLIC TRANSPORT
Please be aware that the WHS carpark and Taranaki Street can get very snarled at the end of school due to a large number of students leaving all at once (approximately 1200 people exiting the campus). We ask that if at all possible, students are met by parents in cars at a nearby alternative location.
The school buses are run by the Regional Council and GO Wellington (Metlink). The Island Bay school bus is particularly crowded and some students are missing it due to the crowding. If you are concerned about this, we ask that you contact the bus operators directly as the school has no control over the number of buses provided. Contact details are here. Students who are over 16 can still get a child fare
Students who are over 16 can still get a child fare with school ID. Information about new IDs will be out next week. In the meantime, students can come to Student Services to get a letter confirming their student status.