WELCOME TO WAIHI COLLEGE
“All students who come to Waihi College will be given the opportunity to excel in the many programmes and activities provided by the school and to develop as well-rounded, productive citizens. We will ensure that the educational needs of this unique rural community are met in a caring, supportive and friendly atmosphere.”
Latest Waihi College News
Students who will be in Year 11 - 13 next year and their parents are invited to Waihi College to discuss subject information with teachers.
This will be held on Tuesday 21st November in the School Hall from 7:00 - 8:30.
The 2015 Senior Course Options Booklet is now available. To download, click on this link.
24 -29 August 2014
We wish our school Rock Band all the best for their tour of Wellington next week!
Performing at seven schools in 5 days, MadBand's 2014 show has a wide variety of music from the 60's through to the current top chart songs. Left to right: Nyah Frew, Savannah Harvey, Josaye Frew, Narada Bury, Siobhan Hare, Tyler Tamati, Keegan Brown and Ezra Thompson.
All students will be receiving their Mid-Year Reports on the 20th June. These will be followed on the 25th June with Parents/Teachers Interviews where you can discuss the progress of your student/s.
School will be closed for the day (June 25th) to allow for the interviews and parents/caregivers are encouraged make an appointment for you and your child to meet with the teachers.
To make your booking click on the following link:
or click below for the full 'special newsletter' from the Principal about School Reports and Measles update from Health Waikato
Our school community were treated to some fabulous performances by singers and musicians at our annual school Talent Quest in the last week of term one.
LAURIE RUTTERSMITH - Cultural Leader
Report on Talent Quest
This year’s talent quest was a splendid show filled with singing, dancing, lip synching and music.
It isn’t easy getting up on stage in front of so many people, so congratulations to everybody who performed. Thanks must go to the audience, who showed massive respect for the performers throughout the show. The night kicked off with Laurie Ruttersmith hosting the Junior Section, which included the amazing Lachlan Burne rocking out on his guitar and the brilliant singing of Samara Dodunski. This was followed with a short song from Jakob Twidle, Iain Collings, Liam Donald and Laurie Ruttersmith. This was a truly ghastly version of a piece from the movie ‘Anchorman’, but hilarious none the less. Next up, Sequoia Erickson hosted the Intermediate Section. Cruize Murray-Faulkner bravely sang ‘the Way You Are’ unaccompanied and Keegan Brown played a catchy guitar piece with Georgia Tokona singing. The Senior Section, hosted by Jessica Twidle, featured an incredible duet by Rose and Jazz Lord and a powerful guitar piece from Monty Parata. Sequoia Erickson wowed the audience with her rendition of ‘Somewhere Over the Rainbow’ accompanied by ukulele. While the guest judges deliberated we were entertained with a song by Emma Philson and Friends, a rap from Jack Kingsford and Makaire Kopara and then members of the audience took to the stage to show off their best moves. With the verdict in hand, spokesperson for the judging panel, Brian Gentil, commended all the participants. It was a really tough decision, but huge congratulations to our winners: Lachlan Burne in the Junior Section, Tyler Tamati in the Intermediate Section and Sequoia Erickson who was the winner in the Senior Section and the Overall Winner.