WAKATIPU HIGH SCHOOL
TO REACH FOR THEIR HEIGHTS
#2 in NZ
co-ed state schools for University Entrance in 2019
academic scholarships awarded in 2019
Level 2 in 2019
(national average: 78%)
achieved University Entrance in 2019
(national average: 49%)
Our vision is to create a supportive and well-resourced environment for all students; enabling them to reach their potential.
Since 2013, the WHS Foundation has supported the delivery of an outstanding education at our school.
We recognise that through education, our youth can enrich both their own lives and our community.
We believe that when we all work together, great things happen.
In what has been a difficult time for the Wakatipu community, we are proud to work with a range of amazing supportive businesses and committed community members to make a difference at WHS.
The generosity from the Wakatipu community ensured that in 2020, we once again were able to support WHS with $252,000.
- Sat, 19 FebQueenstown
- Time is TBDSkyline QueenstownTime is TBDSkyline Queenstown, Brecon Street, Queenstown 9300, New ZealandJoin us for an inspiring long lunch to raise funds for youth education in the Wakatipu Basin. Featuring guest speaker Rt Hon. Sir John Key followed by a Live and Silent Auction. Gather your colleagues and friends to enjoy a delectable three-course lunch paired with Central Otago's Akarua wines.
Are you interested in supporting youth at WHS?
We are seeking new Trustees to join the WHS Foundation Board and provide hands-on involvement as the WHS Foundation continues to drive community engagement and financial support for WHS. Trustee positions are on a voluntary basis.
This is a fantastic opportunity for someone who is passionate about the Wakatipu community, youth education and has the time available to contribute to a multi-faceted organisation and our future aspirations.