Welcome to CHS

E ngaa mana, e ngaa reo, e ngaa iwi puta noa i te ao. Nau mai, haere mai ki te kura tuarua o Te Okohoroi.

Established in 1883 Cambridge High School (CHS) has a proud tradition of meeting the educational needs of our local community. With a roll of approximately 1700 students we are able to offer our diverse school population a wide range of academic, cultural and sporting opportunities. The school combines modern facilities and a progressive education programme with traditional core values and high expectations of student achievement.

Ngaa mihi nui

Greg Thornton
Principal

Cambridge High School latest news

CHS Covid Updates

Teenaa koutou e te whaanau Dear Parents, Caregivers and Students It has been great to get the life of the school back again. We have had an average of 80% attendance at school this week and theRead more

Year 9 & 10 Learning Plans

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Final Week of Term 3

Good morning Whaanau, The last week of term is upon us.  Please find attached plans for this week.  The attachment for Seniors also covers details for assessment week in the first week of nextRead more

Further details about the end of year calendar

Good afternoon everyone, Teenaa koutou,  It has been great to see all the students back at school again over the last week. When I catch up with them they are enthusiastic about being back and getRead more

Year 10 Work Plan 23-27 Aug

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Year 9 Work Plan - 23-27 Aug

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Covid Lockdown Update - 20 August

Good afternoon everyone, I am sure that you will have all been listening to the Prime Minister’s announcement about the extension of Level 4 restrictions. We will be in Level 4 until 11:59pmRead more

COVID Update - Wednesday 18 August

Kia ora whaanau, The following is the plan for the remainder of the week. Thursday – CHS will remain ‘open’ for with an online timetable. Students, if you need help or input from staff – Read more

COVID Lockdown 4 from 11.59pm Tuesday

Good evening everyone, Teenaa koutou whaanau, The Government has often reminded us that going into a lockdown was likely, the reality, however, is another thing and I am conscious that for some thisRead more

Introducing the new CHS website

Teenaa koutou whaanau, Dear Parents / Caregivers, I trust that you have all had a great break and enjoyed having the family around again. We are now in week 3 of Term 3. It never ceases to amaze meRead more

The road to Matariki at CHS

The digging of the Hangi on Friday morning, July 9. Photos by: Troy Lennox, Jack Lennox and Molly Norvill Matariki won’t become an official national public holiday until June 24 next year. But forRead more