Kia ora parents and caregivers 

A few reminders as we approach the end of the 2016 school year:

1) Senior Clearance Day is Tuesday 6 December in the Hall

Year 11 and Year 12 students are at 9:00 am

Year 13 students are at 10:00 am 

2) Junior prizegivng Tuesday 13 December in the Hall

Year 9 students at 9:00 - 10:00 am 

Year 10 students at 10:30 - 11:30 am

All parents and whanau are welcome to attend

3) Delays in the production of the magazine have meant that unfortunately we are not able to have the magazines available for distribution for students at the end of the year.

However this means that we are now able to include our Junior prizegivng results in the magazine which wil be available in January 2017 and will be posted to Year 13 students.


Nga mihi nui

Judith Taylor 





Welcome to Upper Hutt College

 Upper Hutt College is a thriving, energetic and successful learning community.

We offer a broad and diverse curriculum that is well-suited to the needs of our students and our community. In the junior school, accelerate and learning assistance classes are offered and students have an exciting range of option subjects from which to choose. In the senior school, an extensive range of courses provide learning opportunities to meet whatever career pathways our students wish to pursue. Excellent NCEA results reflect the school’s commitment to improving student achievement, and our teachers’ own professional learning ensures their thinking and practices are current and focussed on how to improve student learning in the classroom.


Our students are involved in a wide range of activities, including traditional and newer sporting activities, cultural and social activities and the performing arts – there is something to interest every student. Considerable success is achieved by students at a local, national and international level.


Students’ well-being and their connections to the school are strengthened through a strong House system, which effectively breaks the school down into 4 smaller units. House activities encourage student participation and involvement, and provide opportunities for genuine student leadership within the school and the wider Upper Hutt community. Form classes that consist of students from all levels offer a welcoming and supportive base for students new to the college, as well as develop an ongoing connection between home and school.


The completion of our multi-million dollar building refurbishment gives our students modern and attractive classrooms and learning spaces, and enhances the learning experience – our students can grow, shine and be recognised within a safe, supportive and orderly learning environment.


These are exciting times for our school, as we make clear and visible progress towards our vision for Upper Hutt College - a vibrant 21 st Century learning environment that will engage and empower every learner to realise their full potential.

This website offers you a glimpse of life at Upper Hutt College; please contact us for more information.

Judith Taylor





Upper Hutt College is a community, passionate about learning

that encourages pride, participation and excellence









Wednesday 9 November

NCEA external exams begin

Friday 9 December

Junior Activities Day 

Tuesday 13 December

Junior Prizegivings and last day of school



Enrolments for 2017

We are now open for 2017 enrolments. 

For all enrolment information please contact the college office, 527 8749, or call in and pick up an enrolment pack. Alternatively, download the application from this site and drop the completed forms into the office or email 



Senior Clearance Day

Senior Clearance Day is Tuesday 6 December

Year 11 and Year 12 students at 9:00 am 

Year 13 students at 10:00 am 



Bus Arrangement for Friday Late Start

Morning bus arrangements are as follows, for Friday late starts:

The following buses will leave at 9.15am – Stokes Valley, Totara Park, Pinehaven, Silverstream one bus and Plateau/Timberlea one bus and Avian Road/Whitemans Valley one bus also leaving for UHC at 9.15am.

Mangaroa Valley Road bus students will need to catch the bus from the corner of Mangaroa Valley Road and Whitemans Valley Road at 9.15am OR catch the bus from the corner of Plateau Road and Te Marua at 9.15am. Alternatively, the normal school bus leaving at 7.45am will still run.

Akatarawa/Kaitoke route is unable to have a later departure time. Students will need to catch the regular 7.50am bus.


2017 DATES

26 January - Senior Course Confirmation
30 January - Yrs 10, 11 and 12 return
31 January - Yr 9 and Yr 13 start
1 February - Full timetable begins

Term 1: 30 January to 13 April
Term 2: 1 May to 7 July
Term 3: 24 July to 29 September
Term 4: 16 October to 8 December

Upper Hutt College
Moonshine Road
Upper Hutt 5018
Ph: 04 527 8749
Fax: 04 528 2491