Two sisters from Tonga High School, Aline and Palu Teumohenga, and four others including Miss Heilala Rosemarie Fili, have won prizes in the 2014 Ministry of Lands, Environment, Climate Change and Natural Resource’s National Speech Competition.
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Two Tonga High School students, Mahima Parekh and Ineti Felemi are being recognised for essays on “Sustainable Living” that they submitted in an International Schools Essays Competition.
Thousands of students from schools from around Tonga have gathered at Teufaiva stadium in Nuku’alofa yesterday, 15 April for the annual Inter-college Athletics Competition 2014.
A solar power project proposal submitted by Tonga High School has won $100,000 (USD) funding from the Zayed Future Energy Prizes for 2014 presented in Abu Dhabi, UAE, on January 20.
Top students of Tonga High School and Tonga College received their awards from Crown Prince Tupouto’a ‘Ulukalala and Prince Tungi, at the annual prize giving ceremonies marking the end the school year for government secondary schools this week. Photos by Linny Folau.
A colourful floats parade was held in central Nuku’alofa on July 4 to celebrate Tonga High School’s anniversary and the annual Heilala Festival, which attracted hundreds of spectators to the main Taufa’ahau Road. Photos by Linny Folau.
Nine-days of celebrations for the Heilala Festival 2013 begin tomorrow, Friday June 28, with a block party in central Nuku’alofa. The annual festival coincides with the celebration of HM King Tupou VI’s official birthday on July 4, a public holiday in Tonga.
Six computers were donated to Tonga High School today by the Chinese Ambassador to Tonga HE Mr Wang Donghua, who encouraged students to learn the Chinese language and to know more about its culture.
A team of Tonga High School students who won the Secondary Schools category of Tonga’s Youth in Business Challenge 2012, returned home on December 1 after a successful five-day funded trip to New Zealand.
Tonga High School Ex-students Association aims to raise $1 million to mark the 65th anniversary of Tonga High School THS on July 4, by charging ex-student to put their names on their Memorial Wall.
Crystaline Faye Tiana Seluini (17) from Leimatu’a, Vava’u and Sopu, Tongatapu is the 2009 Dux for Tonga High School, which held its graduation ceremony at the Queen Salote Memorial Hall, on December 1.
‘Ana Teufolau Ma’afu (18) from Kolovai, Tongatapu became the Dux of Tonga High School during their 2008 Prize Giving Ceremony held today, December 3.
Hundreds of Tonga High School students and ex-students celebrated the 60th anniversary of their school by parading through central Nuku’alofa this morning.
Deanne Seini Fakalolo Kiana Puloka (18) of Lotoha…apai, made local history on Tuesday, when she became the dux of Tonga High school, Tonga’s premier high school, for the second year in a row.
A different colour was added to the national strike at Pangai Si’i this morning when 30 students from various forms at Tonga High School arrived to support their teachers and the public servants.
It was time for celebration, feasting and dancing, when HM King Taufa…ahau Tupou IV officially opened Tonga High School’s beautiful new buildings in Nuku’alofa on Saturday July 2. With photos by Linny Folau and Adrienne L. Kaeppler
Ex-students of Tonga High School, going all the way back to its foundation year of 1947, joined in a happy parade through Nuku’alofa to the Royal Palace on the morning of Friday July 1, at the start of celebrations for the opening of the new Tonga High School Campus. Photos by Linny Folau
Tonga High School students will be moving back to their home ground on July 2, 2005, after the People’s Republic of China officially handed-over a new $10 million pa’anga school campus to the Government of Tonga today.
After four years of studying in temporary classrooms, Tonga High School students will return to their home on 8 March, 2005.
Reconstruction of Tonga High School started on October 9, three years after a fire destroyed over $3 million pa’anga worth of classrooms and equipment at the kingdom’s leading secondary school. - Matangi Tonga, Vol. 18, No. 3