Top Student New Zealand
School Inter-House Haka
World School Japan
Haere Mai - Welcome
Our Mission Statement
In an environment of integrity and respect NPBHS
engages and prepares confident, well-educated young men.
Student Achievements 2015
Congratulations to our 1stX1 Cricket team who beat Wellington College, Francis Douglas (outright) and drew with Auckland Grammar (had them 9 for 39 at the close of play). We wish them all the best for the Gillette Cup. Taylor Williams is a superb bowler and made the NZ U17 Cricket team.
Sean Hone came second in the National Beach Volleyball U19 champs and his brother Aaron won the U15. The Hone boys are making their mark in Volleyball.
The following boys represented Taranaki at the National Touch Champs: U15 - Zane Firth, Reece Innes-Gray, Daniel Rona, Blair Murray, Sage Simeon-Smith. U17 – Emerson Gray, Taine Rona, Cruize Mason, Emmerson Potts-Broughton.
Tom Cole has starred in the Ironman (swim, board, ski paddle, run)winning the Open and U19 Championships. He also was in a team with Gregor Park which won K4 Kayak Championships.
Jordan Gadsby excels at Open-water Swimming (ocean, lake). In New South wales he came fourth (10km) and was also placed fourth in Lake Taupo (5km and 10km).
Campbell Stewart is a speedway driver coming second in the Rotorua event. Matt Podjurski drives
in the Formula First series (top speed 180km).
Caleb Smith and Josh Toa made the NZ U16 Inline Hockey team.
Congratulations to Michael McLeod who was chosen to meet the Governor General on Waitangi Day.