Mufti Day is on Tuesday 15 April (gold coin donation)

As previously published in our e-newsletter, several students and staff members will be Shaving for a Cure (on Mufti Day) as part of New Zealand's signature fundraising event for Leukaemia and Blood Cancer.  You can sponsor them and help raise funds by c... Read More

  • By: KH

True Grit

True Grit - Tough Triathlon Competitiors

Harry McLoughlin and Liam Bird of the recently took themselves down to Gisborne for the Triathlon Championships, pitting themselves against the rest of the best from around the country. In a tot... Read More

  • By: KH

Sports News – Making the most of the Summer Season

The fantastic weather we are having lately is helping everyone to keep fighting fit as Winter approaches. The school field at lunchtime is a tiny reflection of the talents on offer within our school sports teams. It has been an e... Read More

  • By: KH

University Choices – Become SOMEBODY

From the beginning of their secondary schooling, students are faced with important decisions that will lead to future career choices. Many opportunities are offered in class and by the Careers Adviser to advise and encourage students to make wise ... Read More

  • By: KH

Junior Elite Training Squad

Junior Elite Training Squad (JETS) is a group of up to 10 Green Bay High School students who are identified for their sporting potential. They are selected based on a number of attributes and not just their current sporting performance. Selectors ... Read More

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Make a Movie in 2 Days!

Back by popular demand, Green Bay High School students are taking part in the 48HOURS film project. This is a global competition where teams of filmmakers write, shoot and edit a short film in a 48 hour period. Filmmaking teams are get... Read More

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Listen Up!

A selected group of Year 10 and 12 students are taking part in a leadership workshop facilitated by the University of Auckland and the Pindrop Foundation, to help promote the awareness of noise damage and hearing loss to younger students in neighb... Read More

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BYOD – Bring Your Own Device

In an increasingly digital world, the need to use ICT (Information and Communications Technology) in classrooms has grown exponentially. Students, families and teachers want connectivity for learning and communication and we have devel... Read More

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Reporting to Families – a new approach

Progress Reports will be available online via the Parent Portal, towards the end of Term 1. Earlier this week, a letter was posted home to parent/caregivers reminding them of their unique Username and Passwords to access their .   Ou... Read More

  • By: KH