Our Enrolment process gives you and your child opportunities to explore Huntley and get to know us before you make the decision to invest in a Huntley Education.
When you register with us by completing the form below we will send you a copy of our Huntley prospectus, Information about Fees and our full Enrolment form. We’ll also add you to our mailing list to receive our weekly Huntley News and recommend that you download the Huntley App and follow us on Facebook to really get a taste of life at Huntley.
We welcome families for school tours and visits. Please contact Ingrid in our office here.
It is important that Huntley is the right fit for you and your child. At this interview Sam will take a look at your child’s recent academic work and speak with them about their school life and their impressions of Huntley. This is a relaxed but important step for both parties.
We will be in contact within two weeks of your interview with notification of a place.
If your child is accepted into Huntley you will be required to pay the $550.00 enrolment fee in order to secure his/her place.
We have a number of scholarships available to all students who are pre-enrolled with Huntley for the 2022 academic year.
2022 Academic, Boarding, Sport and Cultural Scholarships
For further information or questions relating to 2022 Huntley Scholarships please email the Huntley office here.
Ministry of Education Scholarships
Parents may also be interested in the Ministry of Education Boarding Allowances for families. Please see further information here.
Betty Mayne Foundation
The Betty Mayne Foundation was established by her son David Mayne, who is an old boy of Huntley School. The Foundation is to commemorate the life of Betty Mayne who became a widow at the age of twenty nine. She was left without family other than her sons aged seven and eight. It was her sacrifice that enabled her sons to go to Huntley.
The Foundation is to assist parents who suffer hardship or to help them give their children schooling at Huntley when this would not otherwise be possible. Grants made by the Foundation are gifts not scholarships or bursaries which are won and awarded on merit.
Preference is given in cases:
The value of the gift is $10,000 per annum for two years and is applicable to students entering the school as boarders in Year 7. The next award will be made for 2022.
The Foundation is administered by a Trust but expressions of interest should be made to the Headmaster in the first instance.
Bus & Shuttle services
We offer a number of daily and weekly shuttle and bus services to assist with transport to and from Marton.
Daily buses and shuttles:
Daily shuttle service from Splash Centre, Whanganui
Pick up: 7.30am
Daily shuttle service from Warrengate Road (Fordell turnoff)
Pick up: 7.40am Warrengate Rd, 7.45am Whangaehu, 7.50am Turakina
Return: 5.20pm Turakina, 5.25pm Whangaehu, 5.30pm Fordell
PALMERSTON NORTH & FEILDING
Tranzit Bus service from Palmerston North, travelling via Feilding to Huntley.
Pick up: 7.30am Palmerston North Railway Station, 7.50am Feilding Railway Station
Return: 5.15pm Feilding Railway Station, 5.35pm Palmerston North Railway Station
Daily shuttle service from Bulls – Coffee on the Moove
Pick up: 8.00am
Weekend shuttle services:
The following shuttle services are also provided for leave weekends.
Leave Huntley 3.30pm Friday
Return 7.00pm Sunday
Leave Huntley 3.30pm Friday, arrive Waverley 4.30pm
Pick up 7am Monday from Waverley.
Leave Huntley 3.30pm Friday
Drop off Woodville 4.45pm, Dannevirke 5.15pm and Waipukurau 6.00pm
Pick up Sunday: Waipukurau 5pm, Dannevirke 5:45pm and Woodville 6:15pm arriving at Huntley around 7:30pm.
From the moment your children are enrolled at Huntley we take care of everything they need for a safe and successful transition to their new school environment. Our International programme coordinator, Laurine Stantiall, is responsible for the pastoral and academic care of our international students from the minute they arrive in New Zealand.
Our service includes: