Central Region Health School

“It is today we must create the world of the future.” – Eleanor Roosevelt


12 February 2018

Haere mai ki te kura,

CRHS welcomes our new Team Leader at Epuni Care and Protection, Kelly Doran.


Academic Success

27 November 2017

Hearty congratulations to our CRHS scholars for their achievements in 2017.

 Jane Gray: Courtenay Place.

 Danielle Robinson: Epuni.

Sue Marshall: CRHS City.

Liz Guilfoyle: CRHS City.

Jane Gray has completed a post graduate diploma in arts therapy (1 year) and then continued on to complete a 2 year Masters and Clinical year in Arts Therapy (MAAT). Jane graduates on the 5th of December 2017.

Dani  Robinson has recently completed her Masters in Educational Psychology after 3 years of study. Following this she has been awarded both a place in, and a scholarship for, the one-year internship programme to gain her registration as an educational psychologist.  

Sue Marshall has completed a Master of Specialist Teaching with support from CRHS.

Liz Guilfoyle has been working towards her masters in educational psychology at Victoria University over the past two years. She will be starting an educational psychology internship in 2018 with the Ministry of Education.  Liz says  “working at City school has been a great partnership with my study enabling me to put theory into practice. CRHS has been very accommodating, a great support and an excellent learning environment, I am very grateful for my time there.”


Breaking News :(

29 June 2017

We are sad to share the news that our Principal, Ken McIntosh, has submitted his resignation and is looking forward to retiring at the end of the 2017 school year.   Ken has been the Principal of the Central Regional Health School since its inception in 1999. We can look back on 18 years of successful leadership of our school, with its growth from the initial eight teachers and one admin person in 2000,  to a staff of over 40 teachers and many support staff now. 

Watch this space for more memories of Ken's innovative leadership of the Central Regional Health School.


New Wellington Office

11 April 2017

 Term 1 has been a difficult time for CRHS staff and students.  As a result of earthquke damage in November 2016 the Thorndon Quay office was closed at the start of term 1.    

We are happy to announce that CRHS is currently being relocated to new offices and will be ready for staff and students from  the beginning of term 2.   

Physical address:

 Level 4,

Symes de Silva House,

97 - 99 Courtenay Place,


New phone number: 04 801 5010                          







Term 1

13 March 2017

Term 1 is well underway and the Thorndon Quay staff as still without an office due to earthquake damage on Level 5 at 204 Thorndon Quay.  Commiserations to all Thorndon Quay staff and the Thorndon Quay students for this difficult start to the school year. Our admin staff are working from the CRHS Naenae office and teachers are working from home.  Ken has been searching for new offices and is hopeful of having a new site confirmed by the end of this term.