Cashmere High School

Cashmere High School

Te Iringa O Kahukura – Leading Learning




Cashmere High School offers its students a broad choice of subjects and activities in a caring, supportive, secondary school learning environment. It is proud of the sense of community among staff and students, and this is reflected in its record of academic, sporting and cultural successes. Students are encouraged to achieve their personal excellence, and also develop a sense of service and belonging.

International students have been a part of the Cashmere High School community from the earliest days of the school’s establishment. The multinational character of the school is valued by teachers, students and parents as part of its outreach to the world.

Students considering study at a New Zealand school will find Cashmere High School has many opportunities for personal and academic development. There are many reasons for attending school outside a student’s home country and Cashmere High School carefully selects a programme of study appropriate for each student.


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The Lymphad (school symbol)

The original school crest incorporated a traditional heraldic form of a Lymphad, and was chosen by founding Headmaster Sir Terence McCombs. This single-masted ship, also propelled by oars, symbolizes our school community – working together, with a clear vision, to journey forward, discover and achieve our best in life.

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