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Pukekohe High School
He wahi whai-mana ki te rapu matauranga   A positive place of learning

Term 1 End Thursday 13 April
Open Day Saturday 27 May
Cultural Evening 9 June
Careers Expo 22 June
Teacher Only Day 26 June
Enrolment Evening 7 August           

Term Dates for 2017:
Term 1 Wednesday 1 February to Thursday 13 April
Term 2 Monday 1 May to Friday 7 July
Term 3 Monday 24 July to Friday 29 September
Term 4 Monday 16 October to Wednesday 13 December

ASB Polyfest 2017 - Te Rōpū Kapa Haka o Pukekohe High School, Whakaeke
Pukekohe High School Kiribati Group Performs at PolyFest

Musac Edge Parent Portal:

Musac EDGE will now be used for our Caregiver/Parent Portal.

This will replace the PukekoheNET Parent Portal.

The new online parent portal enables authorised caregivers to see core information about their child including up-to-date attendance, school reports, NCEA summary, timetables etc.
Later in the year there will be a  facility to make online payments for school donations and other charges.
If you didn't receive an email please complete the on-line form to update your details.
Access the Musac Edge Parent Portal from this link: parent.musac.school.nz
Set or re-set your Musac Edge password via "I don't know my edge password"

This will take you to the Caregiver Login screen. Use the email address the school has on file for you.
If we do not have your email address, or you wish to update the address we have, please complete the on-line form. Click here...
Still Need Help?
If you experience any difficulty accessing the Parent Portal please email parentportal@pukekohehigh.school.nz
Include your name and name of student. We will send you a temp password.


Our vision is to be a positive place of learning, where people are challenged and equipped to fulfil their potential and to achieve their aspirations.

Our goal is to be respected for the quality of our academic programmes; the opportunities we present to our students in the arts, culture, service and sports, and our pastoral care.

Our values are CLEAR and reflect our aspirations for all who are associated with the school.

Participation to promote the common good of our school and our community.

Learning through innovation, inquiry and curiosity as well as thinking critically, creatively and reflectively.

Aiming high and persevering both educationally and personally.


Involves being honest, responsible and accountable.

Respect for self, others and the world around us.