Come and join the future of secondary education!
Welcome to Wainuiomata High School, a signatory to the New Zealand Ministry of Education's Code of Practice for International Students.
Wainuiomata High School offers a supportive and challenging centre of learning for all students. We place high expectations on students to set and achieve goals for themselves. We provide our students with a modern school, excellent facilities, a truly modern curriculum and a committed staff.
Information is available in Chinese
Information is available in Korean
A place where excellent teaching and a passion for learning inspire young people to develop the values, competencies and knowledge needed to become life-long learners who positively contribute to society.
Location and Facilities
The High School is in Wainuiomata, a suburb of Lower Hutt, only 15 kilometres from the centre of Wellington, the capital city. It is a medium sized co-educational school of about 860 students.
Our facilities have been heavily rebuilt and upgraded since 2002, and are now among the best in the Wellington region. They include:
- An auditorium, capable of seating 500, with facilities for performance of musical and stage shows
- A purpose-built Student Services Centre
- Five computer laboratories
- A Library with study and computer facilities
- A Technology centre
- Two full size gymnasiums and a weight training facility
- Six science laboratories
- Modern classroom facilities
- Extensive floodlit sports fields
You can learn more about what Wellington has to offer at www.wellingtonnz.com
Snow is unusual in Wellington, even in the middle of winter. Wellingtonians' reaction to a snowfall on Monday August 15 www.stuff.co.nz/dominion-post/news/5468555/Snow-video-seen-around-the-world
What else can Wellington offer International students? Take a look at www.stuff.co.nz/travel/new-zealand/4292331/Wellington-cool-with-a-capital-C.
Another interesting story from Wellington's newspaper, the Dominion Post www.stuff.co.nz/dominion-post/news/5034889/Kiwis-host-Japanese-tsunami-victims
What can New Zealand offer International students? Take a look at www.newzealandeducated.com
Education New Zealand have recently supported a New Zealand produced, Chinese Language publication called NiHao NZ (Hello NZ). It provides general information about life in New Zealand, with a particular emphasis on Tourism, Education and Living. An online version is available at issuu.com/nihaonz/docs/nihaonz2010