I am delighted to be able to welcome you as you view the pages of our website. Please make sure that you do take a look at our newsletters, which are posted here on the website during the term.
As the Principal of Papakura High School may I say what a pleasure it is to be able to provide these words of welcome and introduction read more
On Wednesday 8 February 2017 a team representing our local iwi Ngati Tamaoho visited the school for a special assembly in which they presented the school with three significant names connected to the Papakura area, which relate to previous settlements and geographical features. read more
The Kootuitui ki Papakura Trust is a charitable trust established to support a cluster of schools in Papakura. Kootuitui is to inter-connect and weave together, ki Papakura is ‘in Papakura’. The Trust supports a programme which integrates health, homes and education for children, their families and whānau and aims to:
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Naumai, haere mai, piki mai. Welcome to Papakura High School.
Our school is one of the southernmost secondary schools of the Auckland region and one of the two state schools that service the Papakura district.
On Friday morning we were delighted to welcome two new staff to our school - HOD Maori Matua Ian Marino-Tauhinu and More ...
On Saturday 28th October 2017 our kapa haka group took to the stage at James Cook High School to compete for a place in More ...
On Saturday 21 October 2017 a special occasion was held in our school hall, in which the team of approx 30 women who have participated in the Wananga o Aotearoa weaving classes (six weekends here based in our wharenui) handed over the new kakahu More ...
Level 3 Dance Exam: 9.30am - 12.30pm
Y8 Orientation Day 10am - 2pm
End Term 4