The Wakatipu High School Foundation was established in 2013 as a charitable trust dedicated to supporting the only High School in Queenstown
The Wakatipu High School Foundation provides 10% of the funding for Queenstown’s only high school Formed in 2013, the Foundation has invested over $500,000 in 2013-2016 and has targeted an additional funding of $200,000 for 2017. This investment is critical to providing both students and teachers the tools necessary for a superior educational community in Queenstown.
The Foundation funds academic and sport programmes for students and continuing education for teachers as well as provides student financial support through the school Awhi (financial hardship) Fund.
With the Awhi Fund, our Foundation has directly assisted over 90 Wakatipu High School families roughly $60,000 in support for 2014-2016 and an additional $30,000 for 2017. This 2017 investment is a 50% increase from last year’s budget, due to the overwhelming need at the school.
The Wakatipu High School Foundation was established in September 2013 as a charitable trust dedicated to supporting the only High School in Queenstown, NZ.
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