A CENTRE OF CREATIVE EXCELLENCE

Commitment. Achievement. Resilience. Respect.

Hornby High School is a place where student learning and success matter

At our school, every student is known and valued as an individual, and personalized pathways – academic, cultural, sporting – are created. We are proud to be a diverse, friendly school and a place where the needs of each individual student are at the forefront of everything we do. We are proud to be a school where all students can make their mark and set their direction for life after secondary school.

Hornby High School is also proud to be one of seven fantastic schools (the Uru Mānuka Cluster) which have been part of Manaiakalani Outreach Programme since 2015. We work collaboratively to accelerate student achievement through the Learn, Create, Share, pedagogy. Our aim is for students to be empowered, visible, and connected, and whose learning can occur any where, any time. Visit the Uru Mānuka website:

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LATEST NEWS

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May 22, 2019

The PPTA has advised the Hornby High School Board of Trustees that teachers at our school will be taking strike action on 29 May 2019.

The Board has carefully considered the availability of teaching staff, and unfortunately decided that we can’t provide the normal teaching services during the strike so the school will officially be…
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May 14, 2019

Newsletter – 16 May 2019

‘Mā te huruhuru, ka rere te manu’ ‘Feathers enable the bird to fly’ 'Be prepared, have the right tools to achieve' Read the full publication
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May 2, 2019

Year 7-8 Cross Country is on today – 3 May

2pm at Kyle Park. Read more
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April 7, 2019

Newsletter – 4 April 2019

‘Mā te huruhuru, ka rere te manu’ ‘Feathers enable the bird to fly’ This whakatauki has been gifted to our school by Ngai Tahu. Its meaning 'Be prepared, have the…
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March 27, 2019

Information Evening and Open Afternoon

Hornby High School will hold an Information Evening on Wednesday 15 May at 6pm in the auditorium. Read more
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March 13, 2019

Newsletter – 14 March 2019

‘Mā te huruhuru, ka rere te manu’ ‘Feathers enable the bird to fly’ This whakatauki has been gifted to our school by Ngai Tahu. Its meaning 'Be prepared, have the…