Kōtuitui Community of Learning

Raising educational achievement
Green Bay High School is part of a collaborative relationship between twelve local schools creating a learning community to investigate how 7000+ learners can be supported throughout their schooling. With investigation and research,  the Kōtuitui Community of Learning / Kāhui Ako aims to lift aspirations and raise educational achievement for every learner in our community. Our children have the greatest chance of succeeding when all teaching professionals have a shared understanding of the most effective practice, and have built strong, collaborative connections.

Green Bay High School is a state co-educational (years 9 to 13) decile 8 secondary school, with a roll of about 1350 students. Located on the edge of the Waitakere Ranges, much of the hinterland of the school is native bush reserve, flowing down to Auckland’s west coast beaches and Manukau Harbour.  The majority of students come from the suburbs of Titirangi, Green Bay and Glen Eden and the semi-rural areas of Oratia, Laingholm and Huia.

The school offers a wide range of sports, with a focus on both traditional sports codes but also seeking to respond to a diversity of interests in non-traditional sports activities and has a strong connection with contributing schools through the Kiwisport Activator programme funded by Sport NZ, which is managed by the Director.

The school is performing strongly.  The recent review by the Educational Review Office during Term 2 (2017) determined that the school be on a four to five-year review cycle.