Tena koutou katoa,
Ko Bukit Timah te māunga
Ko Singapore te awa
Ko Paul Ang te tīpuna 
Ko Ngati Peranakan te iwi 
Ko Blair te whānau 
Nō Singapore ahau 
Ko Adeline tōku ingoa 
No reira tena koutou katoa

Kia ora koutou, Talofa lava, Malo e lelei, Kia orana, Ni sa bula vinaka, Fakatalofa atu, Fakaalofa lahi atu, Malo ni, Noaˈia ˈe mạuri gagaj ˈatakoa, Mabuhay, Namaste, Anyeoung haseyo, As-Salaam-Alaikum, Ni hao and warm greetings to all.

Welcome to the Kelston  Boys whānau.

Kelston Boys’ High School / Te Kura Tuarua o ngā Tamatāne o Kerehana is a school with a long tradition of providing all-around excellence and developing exemplary young men. As the only full-state boys’ secondary school in West Auckland, Kelston Boys’ High School is a “School of Achievers” with many past Kelstonians excelling in the fields of academia, art, business, community, and sports.

Our school’s vision of “Inspiring growth through wisdom and honour / Hihikotia kia tupu ai tōna matauranga me tōna mana Motuhake” provides the direction for learning to be innovative, engaging, and relevant. Success for our students is demonstrated through our school values of:

  • Kairangi / Excellence
  • Tohea / Resilience
  • Mana / Respect
  • Whānau / Family

We are proud of our last ERO report which indicates that “Kelston Boys’ High School’s goals and priorities focus on student achievement and wellbeing”. We want the best for our boys and expect the best from them in return.

We strive to be nationally recognised as exemplary in all areas of school life, where our students excel in an environment of manaaki and high expectations.  Focusing on effective teaching practices that embrace the diverse cultural identities of our students, we have built an expertise in educating boys. Our staff are committed to their own professional development and model lifelong learning in the pursuit of positive outcomes for our students and we want our community to view Kelston Boys as a school that will inspire their sons to be successful role models.

​​​​​​​To Wisdom with Honour

Hei te matauranga I ou nei Mana


Adeline Blair

Principal/Tumuaki