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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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Stationery Lists for 2015

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Jan 27, 2015 at 09:48 a.m., Yana Silva
Thames Students Win Waikato Secondary Schools Sports Awards

Thames High School made  a strong showing at the Waikato Sports Awards with trophies that reflect years of hard work. Congratulations to students Cole McDowell (finalist in swimming); Casey... more

Dec 21, 2014 at 10:58 a.m., Community News
Accelerated Literacy Project Brings Great Results for Thames Students

Seven students who struggled with reading took exceptional steps in their reading speed and comprehension this year thanks to the Accelerated Literacy Project, a national pilot project that... more

Dec 21, 2014 at 10:25 a.m., Community News
From Thames to Great Barrier Island: Year 10 Camps Emphasise Hands-On Learning

Nearly every Year 10 student participated in a camp this year, with options ranging from a local camp with art or multisport day trips to adventures across the North Island. Many of these camps... more

Dec 21, 2014 at 11:21 a.m., Community News
Renovations to Bring Significant Upgrade for New Year

Builders have begun extensive renovations in the two-storey C-block at school, making immediate progress on changes that principal Dave Sim explained “will result in significantly improved... more

Dec 21, 2014 at 11:30 a.m., Community News

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