Waimea College has an approved Enrolment Scheme in place to help manage roll growth and to ensure its students can attend their local college. Students who live within the geographic zone have priority right of entry. For details on the boundaries of our enrolment zone, go to http://www.schoolzones.co.nz to download the geographic zone map.
Click here to view the Enrolment Scheme
All students interested in enrolling for 2013 can collect an enrolment pack by telephoning the school office and we will be happy to post one to you. This pack will contain details of enrolment procedures and key dates.
The exact number of out-of-zone places will depend on the number of applications received from students who live within the college's home zone. If the number of out-of-zone applications exceeds the number of places available, students will be selected by ballot (except in the case of special programmes, where the criteria in the enrolment scheme apply). Applicants will be advised of the results shortly after the ballot and successful applicants will need to notify us promptly whether or not they wish to accept the offered place. All unsuccessful applicants will go onto a wait list and if extra places become available, these will be offered to the next people on the list.
Enrolment applications close towards the 24 August 2012. If a ballot is required, this will be held in September 2012.
More information can be obtained by contacting:
Phone (64 3) 544 6099
Tue 29 Jan 8.00pm - 4.30pm
Wed 30 Jan 8.00am - 4.30pm
Thu 31 Jan 8.00am - 4.30pm
Fri 1 Feb 8.00am - 4.30pm
Sat 2 Feb 9.00am - 3.00pm
Wed 6 Feb 9.00am -12 noon
After Wednesday stationery will be available before school, Break 1 and Break 2.
Purchase your stationery at school break times or when called out of class.
From Monday 11 February stationery will continue to be sold before school, at Break 1 and Break 2 from the Stationery Shop in the Kiosk Quad.
Follow this link to signup onliine for instrument lessons
Waimea Goes Wireless
Students now have access to wireless at Waimea. Students are welcome to bring laptops and netbooks in class to aid their learning.
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