Fraser High School

Fraser High School E-Newsletter

March 2019



The school office is open each day from 8.00 am to 4.00 pm.

Should you wish to speak to a member of the Senior Leadership Team, please phone the receptionist on 847 9044 and she will arrange an appointment for you.

Alternatively, you may email the person you wish to contact directly. To access their email address, go to, click on ‘Contact’, select ‘Teacher contact’ and click on the email address of the person you wish to contact.


Monday, Wednesday & Friday - 8.50 am to 2.55 pm
Tuesday - 8.50 am to 3.20 pm
Thursday - 9.15 am to 2.55 pm


All school Board of Trustee meetings are open to the public and you are welcome to attend at any time.
The next meeting will be held in the school library from 4.30 pm on:

Monday 8 April
Monday 13 May
Monday 10 June
Monday 1 July
Monday 12 August
Monday 9 September
Monday 21 October
Monday 11 November
Monday 2 December

  1. We express our support and manaakitanga for our Muslim students and community

    Following the tragic and horrific attack against New Zealand's Muslim communities, in Christchurch; Fraser will acknowledge the victims, ... Read more…
  2. Visit to the Pop-Up Globe

    Pop-Up Globe this year was an amazing experience. The performances were hysterical, the action was high-octane and movie production grade. Read more…
  3. Fraser Junior Debating Team Debate With Confidence

    Fraser’s new debating club recently took a brave step and entered our Year 10 team into the Waikato Regional Debating competition. This ... Read more…
  4. A visit to the Hamilton Jamia Masjid (Mosque) in Claudelands

    On Monday 18 March, three days after the crisis in Christchurch occurred, myself along with Mrs Crawford, and the four Head Students; ... Read more…
  5. Students spend a day on the Marae

    Earlier this year each Year 9 Hub class had the opportunity to spend a day on our school Marae Te Taumata O Te Matauranga. Read more…
  6. #They Are Us

    Over 700 years ago my tupuna came to New Zealand on one of the seven Great Canoes, the Takitimu, and made their home in Tauranga moana. Read more…
  7. Support Students Compete in Special Olympics Swimming

    On Wednesday 6 March 2019, Fraser’s Supported Students went to the Aquatic Centre in Te Awamutu, to compete for the first time in a ... Read more…
  8. A New Year Begins

    Wednesday, 30th of January 2019, was a most dreadful day for Fraser’s senior students; The thought of returning to school had become a ... Read more…
  9. Students achieve skin-diving certification

    "Four days of training with local dive firm Wild Blue, resulted in Fraser High's first ever skin-diving certified students. Read more…
  10. Extensive Upgrade Underway

    On your return to Fraser High School this year, you may noticed a couple of building projects underway. Read more…
  11. We Welcome The Following New Staff To The Fraser Team

    Mary Ann ClaroMathematics & Statistics Kia Ora. I am originally from the Philippines where I completed a Bachelor’s and Master’s ... Read more…
  12. Top Junior Academic Students for 2018

    We congratulate the following junior students for their outstanding achievements in 2018. Read more…
  13. Fraser Staff Member, Mike Polley, Coach of the Year

    Congratulations to Mike Polley who was awarded Coach of the Year at the Brian Perry Waikato Regional Sports Awards, held on Friday 1 ... Read more…
  14. A Day of Firsts for Fraser’s New Students

    Tuesday 5th February, a day of firsts, that would last a week. It was the first time Year 9 students put on our Panirua, walked into the ... Read more…
  15. A Different Start to the Year in 2019

    Me ka moemoeaa ahau           If I am to dreamKo au anake                               I dream aloneMe ka moemoeaa e taatou    If we all ... Read more…