Papatoetoe High School
|Papatoetoe High School|
|Nicholson Avenue, Papatoetoe, Auckland
|Type||State co-ed secondary (Year 9–13)|
|Motto||Digne Lampada Tradas
("worthy to carry the torch")
|Ministry of Education Institution no.||95|
|School roll||1609 (November 2013)|
|Website||papatoetoehigh.school.nz (requires plugin)|
PHS has a disability unit called The Richard's Centre, named after a previous principal. The Richard's Centre supports people with many different types of disabilities. The Richard's Centre has a Physio Therapist, Occupational Therapist and a Speech Therapist on site at all times during school hours.
The school is home to the first and largest Key Club in the New Zealand/South Pacific District. Key Club celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2007 and as of 2008 had 59 registered members. It also has a reputation for its sports teams in South Auckland
- Phil Goff, politician, former Leader of the Opposition (2008–11)
- Georgina Beyer, politician
- Mark Gosche, politician
- David Shearer (1971-75), humanitarian worker and politician, Leader of the Opposition (2011–2013)
- Young Sid (Sidney Diamond), rapper
- David Dallas of Frontline.
- Emma Hunter, Samoan New Zealander Olympic swimmer
- Ricki Herbert, former All White and now manager of All Whites and Wellington Phoenix.
- Dillon Boucher, New Zealands most decorated basketballer and current assistant coach of the Tall Blacks and small forward for the New Zealand Breakers.
- Charlie Faumuina, Auckland and All Blacks player.
- "Directory of Schools - as at 4 December 2013". New Zealand Ministry of Education. Retrieved 10 December 2013.
- Decile change 2007 to 2008 for state & state integrated schools
- Gower, Patrick (23 April 2009). "UN 'special guy' eyes Mt Albert seat". The New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 27 September 2011.
- "Olympics: Young swimmer hopes to be first woman to swim for Samoa", TV3, May 17, 2008
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