|Type||State Co-educational Secondary, years 9-13|
|Motto||Semper Contendite (Always Strive)|
|Ministry of Education Institution no.||296|
Waimea College is a co-educational secondary school in Richmond, Tasman District, New Zealand. With a growing roll of 1500+ students from year groups 9-13, Waimea College is equipped with a park-like campus and numerous facilities.
Waimea College was established in 1957.
Students of Waimea College are split into four houses named after four famous New Zealanders; they are Rutherford (Green), named after Ernest Rutherford; Sheppard (Blue), named after Kate Sheppard; Hillary (Yellow), named after Edmund Hillary; and Cooper (Red), named after Whina Cooper. Students are involved in various 'House competitions' throughout the year including the annual 'House Sports Day' event, in which students take part in a range of activities throughout the day in order to win points for their House as well as 'House Song', a competition involving each House performing a vocal presentation which is judged and awarded points. At the end of the school year, House points are tallied and the winning House gains the prize of 'House shield'.
- George Bennett, cyclist
- Sir Paul Beresford, British politician
- Mike Coman, rugby union player
- Craig De Goldi, rugby union player
- Rod Dixon, athlete
- Mark Douglas, cricketer[non-primary source needed]
- Roger Kerr, businessman
- Annette King, Member of Parliament
- Dame Suzie Moncrieff, founder of the World of Wearable Art show
- Sharon O'Neill, singer–songwriter
- Anita Punt, field hockey player
- Jason Richards, motor-racing driver
- Kelsey Smith, field hockey player
- Rachel Sutherland, field hockey player
- David Teece, economist and entrepreneur
- Ken Wadsworth, cricketer
- Senior Management Team
- Waimea College Facilities
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