HVHS has the following Cultural clubs and societies available, and these groups will have a display with more information at the Sports, Clubs and Performing Arts Expo at the start of each year.

Kapa Haka

Staff contact - Grace Wright

Te Rōpū Kapa Haka o Te Awakairangi is the HVHS Kapa Haka.

The group is comprised of students from Year 9-13 and is open to all students from all cultures. Kapa Haka is held in Hotuwaipara on Mondays 4-6pm.

K-Pop Club

Staff contact – Sarah Roper

This group meets once a week to listen and dance to the latest K-pop songs. The low key group meets Wednesday lunchtimes in the dance room to listen to or sing along to K-pop and sometimes dance or learn some moves.  

Mahjong Club

Staff contact - Yanling Guo

Learn and play mahjong every Friday at lunchtime in G6. Mahjong was developed in the 19th century in China and is a tile-based game played by four players.

Come along and join in. It will be fun!

Origami Club

Staff contact – Sarah Langley

The Origami club meets every Tuesday at lunchtime in D8. Fold elephants, dragons, kiwi, manga characters, pokemon, geometric shapes and many many more. There are over 200 origami books and magazines crammed full of instructions of different models, from simple to super complex, which you can choose to fold.

Poly Club

Staff contact – Rob Everett

Poly Club meets every Tuesday at lunchtime in the Dance Room. Students are learning new items for performances at school events and possibly HuttFest! The aim of Poly Club is to make Pacific Island cultures more visible.