Geraldine High School


THURSDAY 3rd Feb - New student info - UPDATED TIMES

Year 7 students are to meet at the main entrance where teachers will meet them from 8:20am.

Year 8 -13 new enrolments are to meet at the front gate between 8.30am - 8.40am. The official Powhiri welcome is at 8.50am, at the duration of this there will be a tour of the school.10 -10.30am in the Library to go over any questions/timetable/options etc. Year 8-13 new students will be ready to be collected at morning tea 10.40am.

Any queries can be directed to office@geraldinehs.school.nz or call 03 693 0017.


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