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Thames High School was established in 1880 and it has a proud tradition of student achievement. Former students contribute in many areas of the community - academically, in a variety of leadership roles, in a range of professions, as sporting champions and as musical performers. Thames High School is proud of what we offer, and of the achievements of our students.

Mo tenei wa, arohanui. Dave Sim, Principal
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Newsletter - 15 April 2014

Click here for 15 April 2014 newsletter. more

Apr 15, 2014 at 11:44 a.m., Yana Silva
"Celebrating 2019" to be held 17th May, 2014

An evening where for the 4 hours of that night you are pretending it is like a reunion, where you have the chance to say again and again what you have done, where you have been, where you are now... more

Apr 14, 2014 at 02:43 p.m., Yana Silva
Waikato Sec Schools Athletics Champs

On Saturday the 22nd March the Waikato/Bay of Plenty Secondary Schools Athletics Champs were held at Porritt Park in Hamilton.  Congratulations to all our athletes - please click here for... more

Apr 08, 2014 at 02:54 p.m., K Broughton
Thames Valley Tennis Champs Results

On the 1st April  our team of tennis players competed in the TV Secondary School Champs held for the first time at the Paeroa Tennis Club.  It was a great venue with both the boys and... more

Apr 08, 2014 at 02:07 p.m., K Broughton
Thames Valley Show Jumping Results

The Thames Valley Show Jumping Champs were held on the 25th March at the Thames Pony Club.  Thank you to Louise Cameron, Carrie Balm and the members from the Thames Pony Club for hosting this... more

Apr 08, 2014 at 01:20 p.m., K Broughton

THS Health Clinic
THS Health Clinic with Rose-Marie-RN Monday lunchtimes in Mr Wood's office. No appointment necessary.