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School Of Teh Year: List Of Finalist Schools


List Of Finalist Schools (By category and in alphabetical order)

GOODMAN FIELDER SMALL PRIMARY/INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL OF THE YEAR CATEGORY

Otepopo School Oamaru
Purakanui School Port Chalmers, Otago
Waituna West School Feilding, Manawatu

GOODMAN FIELDER MEDIUM PRIMARY/INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL OF THE YEAR CATEGORY

Mountain View School Mangere, Auckland
Te Puru School Thames
Weston School Weston, North Otago

GOODMAN FIELDER LARGE PRIMARY/INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL OF THE YEAR CATEGORY

Fendalton Open-air School Christchurch
Papatoetoe Intermediate School Papatoetoe, Auckland
Selwyn Ridge Primary Tauranga

GOODMAN FIELDER SECONDARY SCHOOL OF THE YEAR CATEGORY

Hamilton Boys’ College Hamilton, Waikato
Linwood College Christchurch
Mt Roskill Grammar School Mt Roskill, Auckland

GOODMAN FIELDER COMPOSITE SCHOOL OF THE YEAR CATEGORY

Clover Park Middle School Otara, Auckland
Pinehurst School Albany, Auckland
Waikato Diocesan School for Girls Hamilton


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