Welcome to Kelston Boys High School
The School is the only single sex State Boys’ school in West Auckland, is over fifty years old and has a roll of just under a thousand students. The School enrols students from a broad geographical area encompassing the entire City of Waitakere. International Student enrolments are welcomed. Read More...
Harcourts Secondary School Team of the Year
Congratulations to Waka Ama, winners of Harcourts Secondary School Team of the Year at Sport Waitakere Excellence Awards on Friday 20 November.
Fred Safata, Metua Ewart, Rodney Smith,Lawrence Harder, Nathan Smith and Levi Farrell.
Alumni Dinner 2015
On Saturday September 26, 120 Old Boys and partners, staff members, friends of the School and special guests attended our Inaugural Distinguished Alumni Dinner. Our first four recipients were David Norman (1962-1965) CEO of the Pascoe Group, for services to business; Matthew Sanders (1966-1970) Professor of Psychology at the University of Queensland and founder of the Triple P – Positive Parenting Programme for academia; Duane Mann (1979-1983) former Rugby League Captain of the NZ Kiwis for services to the community/sport and DJ Forbes (1997-2000) NZ Sevens Captain for services to sport.
The evening was most enjoyable, with highlights being the inspirational speeches and listening to their achievements from all the recipients and the unveiling of the Honours Board, kindly donated by Shanahan’s Law. It was also great to see five of our ex staff members present who all won promotion to be Principals – Ian Sage, John Morris, Rob Sturch, Mark Shanahan, Roy Lilley and Robert Solomone and to reminisce with old Kelstonians. All of our Alumni referred to the School Motto ‘To Wisdom with Honour’ as playing a key role in their future success and all hoped to continue to be involved in forthcoming Old Boys activities.
A special thanks to the Old Boys Committee, in particular Janet Adams, for all their hard work in organising this most successful event.
Kelston Boys High School joins new initiative
Communities of Schools are groups of schools and kura that will come together to raise achievement for children and young people.
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Communities of Schools.