Announced Friday, 20 Sept

Student Leaders

2018 We are pleased to announce our Student Leaders for 2018. Green Bay High School encourages our young leaders of tomorrow to reach their full potential and take advantage of leadership opportuniti... Read More

2017 Term 3 Reports

Term 3 Reports

29 September Term 3 Reports will be available on the Parent Portal from 4.00pm today (29 September). For families who cannot access the Parent Portal we will make alternative arrangements. Of course f... Read More

Kōtuitui network

Lifting aspirations

Raising educational achievement Last week, Green Bay High School hosted a full day Professional Development experience for our in-school Kōtuitui Community of Learning teachers. Approximately 45... Read More

Chloe Marsh

NEW Yr 9 Dean

2018 We are delighted to announce that our new Year 9 Dean will be Chloe Marsh, commencing in 2018. Chloe has been an integral part of our Science department for the past three years and we are looking... Read More

Mufti Day

Green Impact

Keen to be Green Are you keen to be green? Students involved in the school's Green Impact Group organised an environmental green day today. Students were encouraged to wear their finest green and join in ... Read More

Caring for others

Stock the Shelves

Vision West Green Bay High School students are helping those in need within our local community to STOCK THEIR SHELVES. Throughout the week, students were encouraged to bring a canned food item to ... Read More

Bertolt Brecht

L2 Drama

Evenings The final assessment performances from this years Level 2 Drama students took place earlier this week, comprising of three separate small one act plays. Performed by different casts each night.Read More

Public Health Service

Mumps Outbreak

Auckland Region Auckland is experiencing an unprecedented mumps outbreak. Auckland Regional Public Health Service reports there have been over 370 cases recorded, with more than 60 schools affected this ... Read More

Nominations Open

PM's Youth Programme

2018 Held annually since 2010, the programme is for young people aged 14 to 17 who live, work or attend school in Central, South, or West parts of Auckland, who have faced challenges in their lives... Read More


Automotive Pathways

Careers Dept This year Year 12 students, Sam Murtagh and Kimiya Rasekh, participated in a Female Automotive Pathways programme at Unitec this year, spending one day a week learning practical automot... Read More