With summer sport getting underway, there has been a lot of sports action in the past week. Last Friday night, senior volleyball kicked off their season with a good 3-2 win over Taita College and a 3-0 win over Mana College at home. On Saturday, the 1st XI cricket side had a tight game against… Read more »
Congratulations to all the boys who participated at the Rongotai College Athletics Day on Monday. The boys who have made it through to the finals next Tuesday are listed outside the PE office and on the Sports noticeboard. Please meet directly at the track on the morning. Athletics training for all boys wanting to get… Read more »
16 Prefects have been announced to join Head Prefect, Lufi Lene Isara, for 2019. Prefects for 2019 are: Head Prefect Lufi Lene Isara Deputy Head Prefect Bede Brown Arts Captain Thomas J Moore Academic Leader Dean Banks Cultural Captain Christianlee Tutaki Sports Captain … Read more »
Congratulations to Angad Chauhan, the Rongotai College Dux for 2018.
Congratulations to Lufi Lene Isara, who was named the Head Prefect for 2019 at prizegiving.
Congratulations to our junior 3×3 basketball team who won the College Sport Wellington tournament in early Term 4. Well done boys!
A great year of sport was celebrated at the College Sport Wellington SPOTY awards ceremony on 4 November. Congratulations to Ezrah Vaigafa (Basketball) and Tim McKibbin (Floorball) for being named as Sportsmen of the Year in their respective sports. Congratulations are also due to Henry Hollis (Badminton), Shannon Lucas (Futsal), Sam Marsters (Golf), Sajan Patel… Read more »
We celebrated the success of students in a range of activities at our annual Sports Assembly on Friday 26 October. The following students were presented Honours awards at the assembly: Henry Hollis Badminton Finn McClure Basketball Ben Robertson Basketball Jaylin To’o Basketball Ezrah Vaigafa Basketball Sam Mycock Cricket Robbie Spooner Croquet Bruno Ferguson … Read more »
Congratulations to Jamal Fiso who has been named as the Rongotai electorate representative for the Youth Parliament for 2019. The six-month Youth Parliament programme provides an opportunity for young New Zealanders to discuss what is important to them as Youth MPs, and to actively work on topics and issues they are passionate about. Jamal will… Read more »
We celebrated the success of students in a range of activities at our annual Performing Arts and Cultural Assembly on Friday 19 October. The following students were presented Honours awards at the assembly: Dominic Coffin Music Tyrone Daniel Music Hamish Goodhue Music Ethan Makisi Music Thomas J Moore Music Lufi Lene-Isara Polynesian Club Luke Purves … Read more »