Kamo High School

Kamo High School is a co-educational school which has a proud tradition of providing quality education.

Kamo High School

The school offers a wide range of sports including our sports Centre of Excellence for Rugby, Hockey, Cricket and Basketball.

Kamo High School

Kamo High School defeated the odds, to be crowned NABT 2014 Champions

Kamo High School Head Prefects 2014

Elijah Edwards | Irihaapeti Tewhata-Ashby | Tayla Alexander-Crawford | Joseph Faithfull

Kamo High School

e-Learning and BYOD enable students to have all their own information and learning activities at their fingertips, at home and at school.

Kamo High School Trades Academy

The Trades academy is focused on delivering trades and technology programmes based on partnerships between schools, tertiary institutions, industry training organisations and employers.

Kamo High School

Aerial Photo of the Kamo High School Whangarei Campus.

Featured

Results from NZ Age Groups 2014 for David... [more]
Kamo High School students, are to race mini... [more]
“Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears; I... [more]
Congratulations to Summer Cassidy-Maeva, year 12, on being... [more]

Latest

Davids fly at NAGS 2014

Results from NZ Age Groups 2014 for David van der Star, held in Wellington last week. Competing in the tough 17 & 18 year age group is a hard call for a 17 year old, especially one who has been competing for only 2 1/2 years! Here are the results from David's 2nd NZ Age Groups (NAGs)
#4 Boys 17&18 400 Free Prelims     4:17.41 (14th... Read more

KHS students “Grand Prix” at Manfield this week

Kamo High School students, are to race mini motorbikes they built themselves at a “Grand Prix” at Manfield this week. The students will be taking part in the Mini MotorSport Grand Prix, a three-day event that is expected to attract about 100 entrants from 23 schools nationwide. Building the bikes is a first for Kamo High School students – and... Read more

Luke Baker at the Globe Theatre in London

“Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears; I come to bury Caesar, not to praise him. The evil that men do lives after them; The good is oft interred with their bones; So let it be with Caesar. The noble Brutus hath told you Caesar was ambitious: If it were so, it was a grievous fault, And grievously hath Caesar answer'd it. Here, under leave of... Read more