Term 4 (2020)

Jnr Sports Awards

Junior Sports Assemblies were held today (Tuesday 20 October 2020). in recognition of upholding our school values (EXCELLENCE: Rau O Te Huia; COURAGE; Ko Kauri; RESPECT: He Tangata, He Tangata; RESPO... Read More

A few words from our Principal

News Updates & Communication

Kia ora tatou It has been a great start to the term! The holidays were busy, with many students coming in to subject workshops or to study in the library. Seniors start their exams next week and so there is an a... Read More

19 – 23 October 2020

(Term 4) Senior Practice Exams

Years 11, 12, 13 students will be on study leave during the Senior Practice Exams (19 - 23 October). Please for the Practice Exam Timetable. The information shown wit... Read More

To be held at GBHS on 12 November

PINK SHIRT DAY

Anti Bullying Campaign Each year Green Bay High School proudly celebrates and supports Pink Shirt Day. It is a day where people across the globe come together to take a stand against bullying, and fundra... Read More

Term 3 Break

Supervised Study Space

School Library Green Bay High School has created an opportunity for students to have a quiet and dedicated space to revise (or complete ongoing internal assessments) that may not be available in ... Read More

We’re in good hands!

NZSL Week

Watch out for us on the TV! New Zealand Sign language is one of our three official languages here in Aotearoa. Three of our fantastic GBHS students, Damiano Agnew (Year 13), Romeo Agnew (Year 12) and Oliver... Read More

11 September 2020

Weekly Newsletter

Strategic Plan Consultation: Over the past few months, we have been working on developing our strategic plan for the next three years. Despite lockdowns getting in the way of us sharing our ideas wit... Read More

Te Wiki o te Reo Māori

14 - 20 September 2020

TE WĀ TUKU REO MĀORI Tēnā koutou katoa, next week is Te Wiki o te Reo Māori and Green Bay High School is proud to share some of our planned fun activities with you in preparation of an excit... Read More

Staying Safe

Alert level 2

Wearing masks at school is optional for students at Green Bay High School. Peter Dirga (Year 12) proudly wears his handmade face mask. With recent changes in Alert levels, Peter decided he would wear a... Read More

Returning to school

In Alert Level 2

Update: 26 August 2020 Dear Whānau and Families, with the news that the country is moving to Alert Level 2 just before midnight on Sunday, August 30th, we are really looking forward to welcoming our s... Read More