Empowering Young Women

Green Bay High School is pleased to introduce "Cherish" an exciting new self-development group for young women in Years 11-13 taking place for 8 weeks this term, with a new group starting each term. Held ever... Read More

Youth Enviro Leaders Forum

Sir Peter Blake

Do you care about the environment and want to make a difference?

The Sir Peter Blake Trust Youth Enviro Leaders Forum is taking place in Waikato and Rotorua, from ... Read More

First Aid Refresher

Keeping YOU safe

Keep your Parent Portal (medical) up to date!

Nominated First Aiders at Green Bay High School are required to keep their First Aid qualifications up to date i... Read More

ID Photos / ID cards 2019

Monday 11 Feb + Tuesday 12 Feb

Photos are taken by Photolife Studios ltd. Student ID photos will be taken on Monday 11 February (Years 9-12), and Tuesday 12 February (Year 13). Be prepared - for the Schedule. All Gre... Read More

Scholarships, grants and awards

Maori/Pasifika students

There are many scholarships, grants and awards available. Green Bay High School's Careers Department can help guide you in the right direction. Many scholarships are listed online. It makes sense ... Read More

Year 9 Orientation

Congratulations on choosing your local high school. On Thursday 31 January, Year 9s and other newly enrolled students were warmly welcomed to Green Bay High School's whanau during a special Powhiri ceremony under the guidance of L... Read More

Yr 13 Graduation

Top Honours

Scholarships & Awards Congratulations to the Class of 2018. The Graduation Ceremony held last Friday was a great success. Once again it was an opportunity to see our terrific young people graduate, marking ... Read More

Welcome: NEW Principal

Fiona Barker

Powhiri Green Bay High School is delighted to welcome Mrs Fiona Barker, who will become our new Principal at the start of 2019. Fiona replaces Morag Hutchinson, who is looking forward to her retirement, af... Read More

Morag’s ‘Rewirement’

He aha te kai ō te rangatira? He Kōrero, he kōrero, he kōrero

What is the food of the leader. It is knowledge. It is communication On Monday evening (3 December) a farewell was held in our school Auditorium, to hon... Read More

Making Christmas Bright

For Refugee children

Hand crafted Worry Dolls Earlier this week, a group of Year 9 Fashion and Design students were given the opportunity to spread some Christmas cheer to children at the AUT Refugee Education Early Ch... Read More