Rotorua Boys' High School

Rotorua Boys' High School

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Rotorua Boys' High School

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Rotorua Boys' High School is a state school educating boys from Year 9 to Year 13. It is situated just outside of the Rotorua CBD at the intersection of Old Taupo Road and Pukuatua Street in Rotorua, New Zealand.

It is notable for considerable sporting success, having won on several occasions the New Zealand and World secondary school championships in rugby and the world secondary school golf championship in consecutive years. The school has also produced national rowing champions in the under 15 quadruple sculls (2003, 2004), under 16 quadruple sculls (2004) and under 17 eights (2007). In 2008 a new centre for leadership was opened, headed by Clayton MacMillan, former representative rugby player for New Zealand Maori and the Bay of Plenty Steamers.

The Ministry of Education appointed a limited statutory manager late in 2009 to investigate alleged mismanagement, inappropriate drug-testing and financial issues regarding the school hostel.New Zealand Herald. , New Zealand Herald, Auckland, 28 February 2010. Retrieved on 2010-02-28.Daily Post. .Daily Post Rotorua, 4 February 2010. Retrieved on 2010-07-07.In June 2010 the limited statutory manager reported that, following his investigation, he had found that the school had no case to answer.


Rotorua Boys' High School had its beginnings as the Rotorua High and Grammar School, founded in 1927. By 1956 it had a roll in excess of 1200...
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