Celebrating the Past, Investing in the Future
The Haurakian Charitable Trust was established by a group of past pupils of Ngatea District High School and Hauraki Plains College in 2004 to provide additional support and resources for the continuing development of the Hauraki Plains College as a rural school serving the needs of our local community.
The Haurakian Charitable Trust is involved in a number of initiatives to meet its purpose and aims:
- The Hayward Farm Project, made possible through the generous support of the local farming community, has enabled additional income for the college through the generous support of local people. The farm is a five minute walk from the college enabling Agriculture students to experience hands on learning.
- The Centennial Centre was built after the 100 year celebrations in 2012 and is available as a Sports Pavilion and for community use.
- The Performing Arts Lodge was purchased from a now retired local chapter of the Masonic Lodge as a Performing Arts space for students.
- The Dog Box Project. The reconstruction of the school’s original classroom was completed to make the Centenary celebrations in 2012.
For further information contact Chairperson Mr Neil Gray:
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or Ph. 027 446 0067
The Haurakians endeavours to keep past pupils and teachers in touch with their former school. A Haurakian bulletin which is issued three times a year supports this work. In addition, the college maintains an archives of past records and photos.
For information contact our Community Co-ordinator Mary Aislabie (Phone the college on 078677029, or email email@example.com)