Upcoming Events

Enrolments 2023

Thank you for considering Te Aroha College as your school of choice for your student.  All families are welcome to attend the Te Aroha College Open Evening, Wednesday 24 August at 7 pm.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact the College on 07-8848625, or email [email protected], or come in to visit the school.  We will be glad to help you.

Enrolment forms must be completed by a parent or guardian. 

To enroll your child please contact R Johnson on [email protected] or phone the office at 07 8848625

Te Aroha College Graduate Profile

‘The students of Te Aroha College are our future, they will be confident, connected, well

rounded and have a clear future direction. They will have pride, purpose and flexibility. They

will seek excellence and excel locally, nationally and internationally in their chosen strengths.

They will be culturally aware and demonstrate tolerance, respect and understanding and will

go out into the world and sustainably take responsibility for themselves and those that rely

on them.’

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Upcoming Notices

Detentions will be in C1 starting at 12:55pm, and finishing at 1:15pm.

Students who fail to attend will be transferred to the next school day. Two failures will result in the detention being doubled.

The following students are to attend detention on Wednesday 30th of November

Year 9:
- Sophie Ryan, Amber-Lee Ruby, Jake Horan, Naysha Poko, Craig Klaassen, Jante Collinson-Samuels, Reuben Ngamu-Albert, Denzel Grace, Katy-June Loomans, Quaran Poloa, Jake Anderson, Saskia Stewart, Natasha Gardiner, Keyarn Manga, Olivia Carey, Rita Sophorn, Haedin Nola, Danelle Kheang

Year 10:
- Dylan Sowman, Ruby White, Aurora Lennon, Izabella Peart, Finn Parsons, Charley Wahanui, Ruby Dickson, CJ Flavell, Senator Hiriwani-Wilson, Natasha Burgess, Noah Karika, Lyla Gemmell-Taylor, Olivia Phan, Michael Wade
- Wednesday 30th November, 2022 (AYO)
Can the following students please be sent to the front office during form time.

- Ryder Matiu
- Shavonne Parker
- Wednesday 30th November, 2022 (AYO)
When you require support

This summer break if you need someone to talk to or things are overwhelming, here are some places to contact for support. If you don’t get help the first time, keep trying.

Youthline 0800 376 633 www.youthline.co.nz
What’s up 0800 942 8787 www.whatsup.co.nz
Lifeline 0800 543 354 or free text 4357
Suicide Crisis helpline 0508 828 865
Depression helpline 0800 111 757 www.depression.org.nz
- Wednesday 30th November, 2022 (ADA)