Kamo High School

Aerial Photo of the Kamo High School Whangarei Campus.

Kamo High School Head Prefects 2016

Jordana Johnstone-Chappell (Deputy Head Girl ) | Su Min Seo (Head Girl) | Mrs Hutt | Ezra Sadler (Head Boy) | Stephen Scott (Deputy Head Boy)

e-Learning

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.

Dux 2015

Congratulations "Thomas Berry" Kamo High School Dux 2015

Kamo High School

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

Kapa Haka

Kamo High School is building a strong Kapa Haka group from Year 9 to Year 13 who proudly represent the school and our Māori community.

Young Enterprise Company of the Year

Konrad May and team, NE1 Marketing Solutions, who won the Excellence in Communication Award sponsored by the Northern Advocate, and the Northland Young Enterprise Company of the Year sponsored by Top Energy.

Kamo High School

Prefects 2016

The Arts - Ngā Toi

Kamo High School offers a wide range of subjects from the Arts curriculum including: Art, Music, Music Technology, Visual Art, Drama, Dance and more.

International Students

Kamo High School International Department offers an exciting opportunity to study in a diverse but uniquely NZ community. International Students are welcomed with genuine warmth and friendliness.

Kamo High School Library

Stage 1 Modern Learning Environment taking shape

Kamo High School

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

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Latest

Former Kamo townie tops farming competition

A  Northland man who grew up as a 'townie' has won the prestigious Young Farmer of the Year competition and $80,000 worth of prizes. Thirty-year-old Athol New, a former Kamo High School pupil now based in Canterbury, took out the national competition on July 9 in Timaru. As farm manager for Purata Farms he heads a 10 strong team who he described as being supportive and encouraging of his... Read more