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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Eva Hammond Scholarship Trust Award

Eligibility: Any past student who is about to commence a course of tertiary education including students who are within 6 months of leaving school for that purpose. Purpose of Award: To give... more

Oct 11, 2016 at 03:25 p.m., Yana Silva
Support for Keenan

A month and a half after Keenan Alexander suffered a serious spinal injury on the rugby field, the community continues to rally around the Thames High School student. As Keenan works hard on... more

Oct 05, 2016 at 07:38 p.m., Community News

The new wharenui is taking shape at Thames High School. Towards the end of October there'll be the official opening, which will be a dawn ceremony. The former wharenui, or meeting house, was... more

Oct 05, 2016 at 07:35 p.m., Community News
Thames Indoor Sports Facility

It's just a bare patch of land now, but soon it'll be home to the new Indoor Sports Facility in Thames. Based at the school, the facility will be open to the whole... more

Oct 05, 2016 at 07:33 p.m., Community News
Senior Speech Finals

Thames High's top orators have had their say at the senior speech competitions. As ever, the standard was incredibly high. The winners were:  Yr 11 - Anna Hamilton on Being Noticed,... more

Oct 05, 2016 at 07:20 p.m., Community News
THS Bank Account Details
Payments for school fees and donations can be made via telephone/internet banking to the following account:
Westpac:  03-0458-0142385-00
Please include the student's name as a reference.