Fraser High School - Zone Boundaries


Fraser High School has a large zone that incorporates most of the areas and contributing schools that have an historical link to the school. We anticipate that 95% of all enrolments will have automatic right of entry as in-zone applicants.


Description of Fraser High School's Zone

All students who live within the home zone described below, shall be entitled to enrol at the school.

The zone is bounded to the East by the Waikato River and commences at the Whitiora Bridge, then North up the Waikato River to opposite Horotiu Road. West along Horotiu Road to Crawford Road. Along Crawford Road, then right into Ngaruawahia Road through to Bedford Road. Along Bedford Road to opposite where the Paki Stream joins the Waipa River.

Up the Paki Stream to its source, then across the ridge to the source of the Mangookahu Stream. Along the Mangookahu Stream to Cogswell Road. Along Cogswell Road to the Hamilton-Raglan highway (SH23). Along SH23 to Fergusson Road, to the intersection with Old Mountain Road.
East at this point to include all the properties on Higginson, Houghton and Eyre Roads, crossing Kakaramea Road to include Walsh Road, Jane Cave Lane, Bowman Road, O'Dea Road, Howden Road and Proctor Road, and then through to join Wallace Road. Rejoin Whatawhata Road to the City Boundary.

At the City Boundary, run South around the back of the properties on Melva Crescent to the top of Till's Lookout, around the back of Amanda Avenue and Gibson Road to the corner of Lot 41, then straight through behind the properties on Pygmalion Place. Continue along the north side of Tuhikaramea Road at 252 Tuhikaramea Road.

Proceed along the back of the properties on Tuhikaramea Road, around the housing line to Kahikatea Park, and around Shelley-Jane Place, to the main trunk railway line.

Continue along the main trunk railway line to the northern end of Innes Common. Along Queens Avenue, Lake Road, Commerce Street, Mill Street to the Whitiora Bridge.


Proof of residence within the home zone will be required.

Each year applications for enrolment in the following year from in-zone students will be sought, by a date that will be published in a daily or community newspaper circulating in the area served by the school.

This will enable the Board to assess the number of places that can be made available to students who live outside the home zone.