Our school’s motto is “tukua o punga” – cast your nets, which encapsulates the key purpose of schooling – to enable students to cast their nets so that they can be successful learners, reach their personal potential and be purposeful, productive and caring members of society

Latest News

  • 2020 Head Prefects

    Congratulations to our student leaders for 2020 Head Boy: Sean Cooper, Head Girl: Te Arani Bennett Deputy Heads: Skyla Anderson-Wynn, Bryon Apiata, Bonnie Durrant, Brandy Henare, Boston Kake, Talia-Nanette Rangiuia, Jasmine Spraggon and Sophy Tua-Martin  

  • Amoho wins Volleyball Title second Year in a row at the Secondary Schools ASB Sports Awards

    Dedication, long hours of training and commitment to his code has seen Amoho Karetai-Mahanga win the Volleyball title for the second year running at the ASB Sports Awards held at Kensington Stadium on Thursday 24th October.  The sports awards gathers the Secondary School Sports alumni to acknowledge the hard work

  • Te Putahitanga finalists at YES Awards

    On the night of the Wednesday 23rd October at the Copthorne hotel we represented Tikipunga High School’s Te Pūtahitanga Unit at the Lion Foundation Young Enterprise Scheme (Y.E.S) Northland Regional awards for 2019. As a competing finalist our company Peke Hangarua was nominated in three categories which were: Dave Templeton

  • Senior Art Exhibition

    With a legacy set by their predecessors, art work of all types were put on display in the Library on Tuesday 22nd October.  Staff, students and whanau were treated to a sneak peek viewing of the Senior School Art classes portfolios current and past years.  A colourful evening thoroughly enjoyed