Wargames Club: this thriving group of 50+ students meets each week to play a range of games, including D&D, Magic the Gathering, Warhammer, 40k, boardgames etc. Roleplaying happens on a Wed after school in A6, organising meetings on Thursday lunchtime in E4 and the main meeting Friday afterschool in the library (and surrounding rooms) when all games are played. Competitions for painting, Magic or computers games happen throughout the year.
QSA is the Queer Straight Alliance, we meet Wednesday intervals (room tbc). We discuss how to make the school and wider community a safer and more welcoming place for all students. We have been a major factor in gender neutral uniform and bathroom decisions, organise Pink Shirt Day and Day of Silence, and last year helped organise the first Pride Parade to be held in a NZ secondary school. It doesn't matter how you identify, we welcome everyone.
Duke of Edinburgh: Hillary Award
aking on the challenge of The Duke of Edinburgh’s Hillary Award is the first step towards growing the best version of you! Your award is designed by you to help you discover and build on your strengths and interests. It develops your personality to give you the ability to deal with everything life can throw at you. Each award stage is broken up into four sections - service; skills; physical recreation and the ever popular adventurous journey.
For more information visit https://dofehillary.org.nz
Junior Photography Club
Open to year 9-11 students who want to go and shoot something without killing it. The particular focus is to get good at composing pictures that aren’t selfies taken on a phone in the bathroom. We look at a range of techniques and settings and even have fun!
Mountain Bike Club
Regular rides and occasional competitions exploring the mountain bike parks and trails of the Wellington region and beyond.
The focus of the club is on having fun rather than achieving sporting excellence.
The Club has a bike trailer that can carry 10 bikes so occasional shuttle days even means avoiding the uphills!
Keep an eye on the notices for meetings and join up to the google classroom for all the latest KCMTB news.
Animal Action - Animal Action is a group of passionate students who care about the well being of our animal friends.
We work together to raise money for charities such as HUHA and the SPCA, as well as doing volunteer work.
We meet every Wednesday at interval in C9.
Ever wanted to become a vigilante superhero but lack skills in weaponry? Worried about how you will defend yourself in a apocalypse? Been told you need to do a sport but not athletically inclined? Join us at our after school Archery Club. We have groups for both the social and competitive archer. No experience, equipment or athletic ability required. Come and join us to shoot some sticks in a fun supportive environment.
Robotics is a fun way to learn engineering, programming and planning skills. In groups you will learn how to organise and participate in various activities.
We have three groups: Vex, Girls Code Club and Individual Robotics projects.
The robotics club designs, builds and takes part in competitions using Vex Robotics components.
Students will develop knowledge in technology control systems and languages, equipping them with a foundation for future education in science and technology.
Eco Action Group
Eco Action is a large group of passionate students who care about the health of our planet's ecosystems: freshwater, oceans, forests, climate, soils, built landscapes and all the flora and fauna we share the Earth with. We take part in regular beach clean ups, gardening in the maara kai, paper and card recycling at school, and have been actively involved in campaigns to do with climate change, plastics and zero waste alternatives, water pollution, palm oil, and land restoration through local tree planting. We meet every Tuesday at lunchtime, in C9.
Rowing - Students train in both sculling and sweeping down at the Porirua SPORT
Rowing Club. We enter both club and secondary school regattas with the main regatta being Maadi Cup in March. During the winter months, we hold a 12 week 'learn to row program' where students can learn the basics and be placed in a crew to begin training for competitions during the summer season.
Students develop the concept, choreography, costume, lighting and and set to create performance which is used to compete against other colleges in the region. This performance is mainly dance with small portions or drama and music included.