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Why not try something new in 2015?
Waimea College Adult and Community Education aims to offer a wide range of interesting, educational, fun and affordable courses to members of our community.
Community Education is not-for-profit.
Our classes are for adults (over the age of 18 years)
We're very pleased that you are considering participating in further education and learning. What better way to meet like-minded people and enjoy an evening or Saturday workshop. 'Put a little class in your life!'
You can also enrol by phone or in person at the Waimea College Finance Centre which is beside reception.
Internet banking details are on your enrolment confirmation invoice.
We will advise you if a course is full at the time of your enrolment and can place your name on a waiting list.
Jo Johnston Barbara Tuhou
Community Education Co-ordinator Liaison Assistant
Well we are well in to Term 2. This has been a busy and exciting time with the prospect of a new Principal on the horizon.
Information Evening for Parents of Students entering Year 9 in 2016
This will be held on Tuesday 28 July at 7.00 pm in the Hall. This is an opportunity for parents to hear how our school is organised, our support systems and expectations and to meet in small groups in a question/answer session.
Enrolments are now open for 2016
Please have these in to the school by Friday 28 August 2015.
Enrolment & Open Day Information
Open Day: Monday 3 August (4.00 - 5.30 pm and 7.00 - 8.30 pm)
Selling your home?
The ASB bank will give $500 as a donation to participating schools if you take out a new home loan over $150 000 before 31 December 2015. Click here to find out more.
The School Day
Form Time 8.45am - 8.55am
Period 1 8.55am - 9.55am
Period 2 9.55am - 10.55am
Break 1 10.55am - 11.20am
Period 3 11.20am - 12.20pm
Period 4 12.20pm - 1.20pm
Break 2 1.20pm - 2.10pm
Period 5 2.10pm - 3.10pm
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