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Up to the mid-sixties reunion

If you were part of Otaki College's history up to the mid-sixties, join us for a mini reunion on Saturday 7 February. Read more >

So where did the 2009 Reunion money go?

BLOG POST: 9 December 2014

Ron Gibbard, Reunion Treasurer and now member of the XOtaki  Foundation Trust, lets us know how the excess money from the 50th Reunion has been accounted for and well used. Read Ron’s post here >

Video interview with John Saunders, Principal from 1963 to 1975

BLOG POST: 2 October 2014

This is a chance to see and hear one our founding and important staff members, but it's also an opportunity to see if you might stump up to buy the school a new video microphone? See the video here > 

XOtaki College Foundation Trust faces up to photo shooting

NEWS RELEASE: 2 July 2014

With the formal establishment of the XOtaki College Foundation Trust, it was time for... you guessed it, a photo. And what use is a team photo without a news release? Read all about it and see the smiling faces here >

 

John Stewart Heatherwick 1947 - 2014

 

John Heatherwick was a founding committee member of XOtaki Alumni and about to become a Trustee of XOtaki College Foundation Trust when he tragically died on 11 April 2014 at age 67.

A past student and friend to all, John will be missed by all who knew him. Few knew him better than lifelong friend Ron Gibbard who delivered a tribute at his funeral and in an article specially prepared for this website. Read Ron’s tribute here.

 

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Dr. Lincoln Nicholls is passionate about getting more Maori into joining him as a doctor of medicine. He happens to also be a Captain in the New Zealand Army and... you guessed it, he's an XŌtaki alumni student. Take a look at this Maori TV report.

 

 

 

The future of science, the joy of learning and the importance of clean technology. The Otaki College student get it all at the Otaki Centre for Clean Technology.

 

 

 
 
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