Hard work, perseverance,
purpose, and happiness
encourage success.

1:12

average teacher to student ratio in our classrooms

23

students achieved highest mark in the world, or highest mark in New Zealand in Cambridge International Examinations

35

sporting codes participated in by students at the College

Kia Ora.
Welcome to our campus.

Why choose Huanui?

Huanui College is committed to promoting achievement and providing an environment that encourages all students to develop their abilities to achieve personal excellence.

We provide education support for every student, working with them to extend and maximise their talents and interests. At Huanui College we encourage our pupils to take pride in their accomplishments and we celebrate their successes. Our role is to provide a wide range of stimulating and enjoyable learning opportunities that will enable pupils to realise their potential.

  • Huanuian #4 bi-annual magazine out now!

    Featuring stories from students such as Teuila Fa’alogo on her trips across the globes playing 3×3 Basketball for New Zealand, to Scott Slater and Nick Byles who report on the wonderful results our Clay Target Shooters earned in the shootoffs this year, we have a bumper edition for readers this semester. Kelsey Eaton and Juliet […]

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  • Clay Target Shooting results

    Overall results from the Northland Secondary schools Clay Target Series It has been an absolute pleasure to be associated with these students and watched their progress. Thank you John Hendriks for your time and coaching and all parents and supporters. Winners Ernie McConnell Memorial Trophy Winners Teams event Nick Byles: High gun of the series […]

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  • Huanui College features on TV3’s The Project!

    Just outside of Whangārei, a small rural school is consistently churning out some of the best marks in the country. Huanui College seems to have found the trick to successful schooling – but how are kunekune pigs involved? Click here to watch the feature on our College on TV3’s The Project

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  • A Soiree of Student Performances

    A large, appreciative audience enjoyed performances of music, dance, and drama at the lovely Hatea Rooms, Riverbank Theatre, on Tuesday 16th August, given by musicians Alex Horwood, Nicholas Merry, piano, Joseph Prout, guitar and George Sherwood, drums. Senior students’ flautists Kate Bradley and Heidi McGregor, singers Amy Wallace, Jules Benson-Wright and Natalya Newman gave wonderful […]

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  • Wizard of Oz production a College success!

    We would like to express how grateful we are to everyone who was involved and supported the College production of The Wizard of Oz.   Congratulations to everyone involved in our production of the Wizard of Oz. After hours of hard work, we finally pulled it together to delight hundreds of audience members over Matariki […]

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  • Science Fair Results

    During Science Week, the Science Department host the annual Science Fair Awards and presentation evening. This evening is where we acknowledged the fantastic achievements of our students. During this event, food was made and served as part of the Agricultural component of our Junior Science Curriculum. This even included a yummy slice made with the […]

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  • The Huanuian #3 – College Magazine out now!

    Our first edition for 2022 features stories such as: Ollie Brooks flying high in the sky; Emily Stolwerk racing IRB’s for the Waipu Surf Lifesaving Club; Ms Tracie Lark co-teaching a creative “mini Magic” writing workshop; Updates from each Whānau Group’s student leadership teams; Updates from Alumni and much much more! Click here to read […]

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Student Success

Huanuian #4 bi-annual magazine out now!

Featuring stories from students such as Teuila Fa’alogo on her trips across the globes playing 3×3 Basketball for New Zealand, to Scott Slater and Nick Byles who report on the wonderful results our Clay Target Shooters earned in the shootoffs this year, we have a bumper edition for readers this semester. Kelsey Eaton and Juliet […]

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Natalya Newman runner up in the NZ schools poetry competition!

Congratulations goes to Natalya Newman, who came as runner up in the NZ schools poetry competition held by Victoria University of Wellington. Last Saturday, she was flown down to Wellington to attend a poetry Masterclass session.   Click on the link below to read more about the event, and read Natalya’s entry called “‘Transparent eyeball”. […]

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Clay Target Shooting results

Overall results from the Northland Secondary schools Clay Target Series It has been an absolute pleasure to be associated with these students and watched their progress. Thank you John Hendriks for your time and coaching and all parents and supporters. Winners Ernie McConnell Memorial Trophy Winners Teams event Nick Byles: High gun of the series […]

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UPCOMING EVENTS

At Huanui College

Whānau Camps!

30th Nov 2022

It is that time of year again! We are all off to Whānau Camps together 🙂 Compulsory event for ALL students to attend! 30 Nov – ...

Whānau Teacher/Student/Pare...

5th Dec 2022

Mon, 5 December 2022, 11am – 7pm 11:00 AM – 7:00 PMFollowing on from the parent/student/teacher conferences that have occ...

Whānau Prize-giving 

6th Dec 2022

Whānau Prize-giving  Tue, 6 December 2022, 12:00pm – 2:30pm Online streaming available.

Year 13 Leavers Dinner

7th Dec 2022

Y13 Leavers Dinner Wed, 7 December 2022, 6:15pm – 9:15pm 6:30 pm – Mingle 7:00 pm – Welcome + Dinner 8:00 pm – Mr. Coombe...

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