Ms Flood will be holding workshops over the school holidays on Thursday the 11th and Friday 12th of October in the Art Room from 9.30am until 2.30pm both days. These are for Level 1, 2 and 3 Portfolio students, Painting, Photography... Read more
If you missed buying your fruit and vegetable bags from our awesome Young Enterprise team at the Hawke’s Bay Farmers Market, don’t panic. The team will also be selling at the Napier Farmers Market on Saturday 25 August and they will be... Read more
Click here to view our story about the Restorative Justice journey at Tamatea High School
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Bestowed with an ONZM in the Queen’s Birthday Honours, Caren Rangi of Napier, is unsurprisingly proud.
In her career Rangi has rubbed shoulders with Prime Ministers, other Cabinet ministers and corporate leaders, in New Zealand and abroad... Read more
… Why is it so hard?
How can we help teenagers and young adults make better more effective career decisions? It is a very complex process yet somehow it seems to be left to chance and somehow they will ‘figure’ it out! With the... Read more
Click HERE for School Uniform price list and info. Click HERE for Stationery Ordering instructions.
Monday 22nd January – School Office Opens 9.00am – 3.00pm daily
Uniform shop open 9.00am – 2.00pm
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Joanna Glengarry grew up in Napier and went to Tamatea High School. ‘It’s not known for sending people to medical school,’ she laughs, ‘but it had great teachers. It was close to home, so I could walk. It wasn’t a... Read more
In 2014, Tamatea High School student Deane Peters suffered a traumatic brain injury as the result of a mountain bike accident. Follow his amazing and touching journey so far …
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On 30th September, our very own Lilly Deihl competed in the Taratahi Future Sheep Competition where Lilly’s team gained first place in the “Best Team Overall” section! Click on the link below to view the clip and find out... Read more
In 2016 Tamatea High School applied to the Napier Together Fund for money to plant daffodils down Taradale Road to remind us all of those we have lost to cancer and to provide cheer to the many motorists passing the school.
The daffodils were... Read more