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A young man with big aspirations

December 29, 2016

Tyrone Rogers is Whangaroa College Dux for 2016 and won a $10,000 scholarship from Otago University. He will undertake  a Bachelor of Physical Education in which he wants to return home and help his community.

WHC Digital Academy - Kaeo students earn IT laurels

February 23, 2023

A group of students travelled to Avondale College in Auckland to participate in the Microsoft Program. 

Manuka proves best bacteria fighter

May 28, 2023

It started with a spider bite that just wouldn't heal.

After hearing the bite was treated with a natural remedy, budding scientists Cheyenne Rush and Georgia Mills wanted to find out more.

Rush and Mills, Whangaroa College students, investigated whether manuka (tea tree) oil and a Kawakawa leaf extract, proved more effective at killing bacteria than Savlon and Betadine in a scientific experiment.


Congratulations to Te Rina Kahle - winner of Far North's Got Talent 2016. 


January 05, 2020

In 2015, a writer from National Geographic explored our little piece of paradise called Whangaroa. When the article appeared in the magazine, the senior English classes were given the opportunity to respond to the reporters findings.

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E Tu Whanau 2016 Songwriting Competition


Congratulations to Te Rina Kahle & Fairy-Allen Rikihana for their song ‘Moving Forward’ which place 2nd in the recent E Tu Whanau 2016 Songwriting Competition.

Te Rina & Fairy have worked hard towards their song with a huge acknowledgement to Whaea Maruia for helping them with their vocals, I hope this win in the E Tu Whanau Competition will inspire and help to foster their love for music and performance.

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