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2017 Head Boy

Chez-William Waihi, Head Boy 2017

"Ngā tama tāne e taurete ana te mana tangata"
"Young men united by respect"

Tēnā! I whakahuatia ake ko wai te kura nei e .... Ākina!

At Hastings Boys' High School we share a unique family.  We support, encourage and motivate each other.  As Head-Boy for 2017 I would like to welcome all new students to Hastings Boys' High School to fully embrace our Ākina motto.

It is an honour to be the Head Prefect of Hastings Boys' High School in the year 2017. My journey at Hastings Boys' High School has been filled with laughter, hard work, wins, loses and of course great friendships.  Hastings Boys' High School has helped develop me into the strong-minded, respect driven, proud young man that I am today.

I am a firm believer in perseverance, dedication and commitment.  I understand that high school can be a daunting experience, but with the right attitude and support, our kōtahitanga shared from one student to another will enable us to achieve anything. This is living up to our school motto "Young men united by respect."

My plan as Head Boy for 2017 is to help everyone strive for success in everything we do to reach our full potential and prosperity as an individual, family, whānau and most importantly as a school.

"Manaaki whenua, manaaki tangata, haere whakamua". "Look after the land, look after the people, move forward as one".

Nō reira, Ākina kia kaha, Ākina kia toa, Ākina kia mana te manu Huia! Tēna koutou, tēna koutou, tēna koutou katoa.