Kia Ora Koe   He mihi nui ki a koe   Ki te kura tuarua o Hotereni

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 - 17 October 2014

Click here for 17 October 2014 newsletter. more

Oct 17, 2014 at 03:09 p.m., Yana Silva
Thames Valley Basketball Trials

?The Thames Valley Basketball Trials are being held on December the 7th at the Thames High School Gym.  Please click here for times and more information more

Oct 16, 2014 at 09:21 a.m., K Broughton
Sports Prize Giving

Our annual sports awards to acknowledge the sporting success of our students, will be held in the school hall on Wednesday, 22nd October commencing at 7pm.  Our guest speaker is... more

Oct 03, 2014 at 03:20 p.m., K Broughton
Careers Spotlight: Building on a Natural Love for Early Childhood Education

For Shevana Davies and Mirren Wilson, work in early childhood education comes naturally.  “Ever since I began to walk, I would say hello to other children, try to climb in their... more

Oct 01, 2014 at 09:50 a.m., Community News
Practical Language and Culture at the Heart of Sister City Visit

Twelve students from Thames’ sister city in Japan, Misaki, dove into the Kiwi experience with a nine-day immersion based at Thames High School.  “They’re a... more

Oct 01, 2014 at 10:08 a.m., Community News

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