Welcome to Matamata College
Tena Koutou katoa Nau mai haere mai ki te kura tuarua o Matamata Our school aims to give every student the highest quality education experience – hence our mission statement “Quality Education for All.” The college enjoys positive support from the community. It serves and prides itself in offering quality opportunities in academic, social, sporting and cultural fields for its students. We provide learning programmes and opportunities for every student to reach their potential, and grow into responsible, positive contributing citizens who are confident, connected, actively involved lifelong learners ready to take on the 21st century. We are incredibly proud of our school and the consistent high levels of success our students enjoy at school and when they leave Matamata College. I invite you to explore this website and find out more about Matamata College and we would welcome the opportunity to meet with you personally. AD Munro PRINCIPAL
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From the Principal’s Desk
It's that time of year again, The uniform shop will have extended hours to get all you need before school starts in 2019. For all you need to know click belowread more
On October 22nd to 30th Matamata college hosted our bi Annual exchange with Collège Paï-Kaleone from Hienghène, New Caledonia. Hienghène is a small village on the east coast of New Caledonia, indigenous people are called Kanak. There are 28 Kanak...read more
Last Friday about 150 students, parents and teachers gathered at the Memorial Centre for our annual Leavers’ Dinner. The evening featured a few trips down memory lane with many old photos of our Year 13 students from previous years on display. The crowd...read more
Helen Drysdale-Dunn is thrilled to be one of 24 students selected from Shakespeare Globe Centre New Zealand’s National Shakespeare Schools Production (SGCNZ NSSP). She was chosen from 5000 students in the 24 Regional and National SGCNZ University of Otago...read more
Olivia Goodwin is among the next generation of volleyball athletes emerging from Matamata College. The Year 11 student has been selected for the New Zealand Under 17 Beach volleyball team, and will travel across the ditch to compete next month. Mr Kilham...read more
Over the last several years the Media Studies and English department have run the MOSCARS (Matamata Oscars) in order to showcase media students’ films that they design and produce during the year as part of their assessments. Every year in term 4 we hold...read more