Top in Subject Awards

Be The Best! Academic Assemblies recognise students who gain first place in their subjects. Assemblies held at Green Bay High School throughout the year recognise Academic, Sporting and Cultural... Read More

Bricklane Opens Gateway to Career Pathways

Thank you: Bricklane Restaurant, in New Lynn, who have provided placements while supporting the Gateway programme at Green Bay High School. Can I take your order, please? Mrs Hutchinson and Sarah Smith, our Gateway Co-ordi... Read More

Green Bay Heads to Parliament

Economists from Green Bay High School travel to Wellington for the annual Economics in Action field trip. Sunday 29 June saw 37 Level 2 and Level 3 Economists from Green Bay High School travel to Wellington for the annual Econ... Read More

United Nations Ambassador

Emma Goldsworthy (Year 13) is off to Parliament - she is set on making her mark on future Government policies. While many young people of voting age are still learning about what Government Elections... Read More

Master Chef


Yasmane Hankins, Jessica Bannister, Peter Tasi, Sabrina David, Melissa Kapma And the winner is (drum roll please) to be announced at our end of Term 2 Assembly, next week! The following students competed in Thursday... Read More

Smokefree Rockquest

We Won People's Choice Award!

Congratulations to 'Courtney Hate' -  your text votes helped! Two student bands from Green Bay High School had a fantastically successful weekend at t... Read More

Gifted & Talented

Gifted & Talented Programme: Parent Meeting

Held on Tuesday 24 June, 6.00pm This year, a special focus is being placed on reviewing Gifted and Talented Education (GATE) at Green Bay Hi... Read More

Senior School Ball…Another Success!

The Green Bay High School 2014 Ball was held at the Pullman Hotel on Friday 27 June. It was a wonderful occasion with over 320 beautifully dressed students and their partners attending our premier social event. Some amazing photos recorded the evening fo... Read More

Whare Akoranga

Kakariki Marae was born in 1976.

It was the first marae to ever be built upon a school in New Zealand and has been used for Hui, Tangihanga, and Wananga. School based learning and enrichment initiatives such as Mana Tane, Kia Kaha Day, student e... Read More