Hastings Boys' High School
|Hastings Boys' High School|
|800 South Karamu Road, Hastings, New Zealand|
|Type||State single-sex boys, Secondary (Year 9-13)|
|Motto||"Young men united by respect"|
|Ministry of Education Institution no.||227|
|School roll||785 (February 2017)|
Hastings Boys' High School is a boys' secondary school in Hastings, New Zealand. The school is part of the Super 8. The school was founded in 1904 as Hastings High School. In 1922, it became Hastings Technical School under the leadership of William Penlington, who remained headmaster until 1949.
In the mid-1950s, the school split into Hastings Girls' High School and Hastings Boys' School. It has four Houses, Te Mata (red), Heretaunga (blue), Te Kahu (grey) and Mana Huia (black). These houses compete in many sporting events with each other throughout the year.
Students at Hastings Boys' High School organised a conference in 1999 to consider cloning the Huia, their school emblem. The Maori tribe Ngati Huia agreed, in principle, to support the endeavour, which would be carried out at the University of Otago, and a California-based Internet start-up volunteered $100,000 of funding. However, as of 2008, the cloning has not taken place.
- John Collinge – former president of the New Zealand National Party and High Commissioner to the United Kingdom
- Neil Dawson (born 1948), sculptor
- Hika Elliot – All Black
- Robert Fenton (born 1923) – National MP for Hastings (1975–1978)
- Tohu Harris – NZ Kiwi's, Melbourne Storm
- Sydney Jones (1894–1982), National MP for Hastings (1949–1954)
- Phil Judd (born 1953) – composer, songwriter, musician, producer, performer and visual artist
- Josh Kronfeld – All Black
- Danny Lee – All Black
- George Lowe – mountaineer, including 1953 Everest expedition
- Ross McEwan – CEO The Royal Bank of Scotland
- Hubert McLean – All Black
- Alby Mathewson – All Black
- Bruce Robertson – All Black
- Roger Randle – All Black
- Kevin Tamati – NZ Kiwi's
- Paora Winitana – NZ Breakers
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