About Us
Te Puke High School

Welcome to Te Puke High School, the bay's friendly, future focused school.

Te Puke High School is a semi-rural, state, co-educational secondary school located in the Te Puke township, which has a population of approximately 7000.  The school serves the area from Otamarakau in the East to Papamoa in the West with approximately half of the students travelling to and from school by bus.  The majority of students who attend Te Puke High School come from Te Puke Intermediate, with the balance from contributing full primary schools in the rural areas: which include: Pongakawa Primary, Rangiuru Primary, Pukehina Primary, Te Ranga Primary, Otamarakau Primary and Te Kura Kaupapa Maori o Te Matai.

Te Puke High School has a multicultural population of approximately 900 students including: 49% New Zealand European, 37%, Māori, 10% Asian (including 6% Indian), 4% Other European, 4% Pasifika.  Staff consist of approximately 60 Teaching Staff and 30 Support Staff.