A group of young people meeting the Mayor of Christchurch, Mr A. R. Guthrey. The group will be working overseas as part of the Volunteer Service Abroad scheme.
Views of athletes competing in the Inter-school relay athletic meeting at Burnside High School. Frame six features Grant Anderson of Shirley Boys High School and T. Cochrane of Ashburton in the senior...
Views of athletes competing in the Inter-school relay athletic meeting at Burnside High School.
Pupils standing around the field at St Andrew's College to mark the opening of the new band room at the college in Strowan, Christchurch.
Pipe band members marching, playing and hoisting a flag to mark the opening of the new band room at St Andrew's College in Strowan, Christchurch. Frame three is of the new band room with a staff...
Portraits of Susan Roberts, a student at Papanui High School as well as being the youngest and newest member of the Canterbury women's cricket team.
Cashmere High School dancing at Barrington Mall.
Kimi Jackson, 16, and Rihari Simeon, 13, of Aranui High School, with posters for the 8th New Zealand Polynesian Festival.
Fourth form pupils from Hagley High School on board the yacht, Tana, in Lyttelton Harbour. The yacht is skippered by maths teacher, Steve McIntosh (centre).
Gordon Davidson, Ross Bryant, Colin Currie and Ada van Klink from the former Technical College at the newly constituted Hagley High School.
Students at Cashmere High School.
Pupils standing around the field watching a pipe band at St Andrew's College to mark the opening of the new band room at the college in Strowan, Christchurch.
A guard of honour greets official visitors at the opening of Burnside High School.
The Cashmere High School cadet corps form a guard of honour in front of the new hall.
Headmaster of Hagley High School, Mr I. Leggat, and pupils with shrubs for landscaping.
Parade of day pupils of Christchurch Girls' High School on Montreal Street on the 75th anniversary of the school. The King Edward Barracks are at back left.
Teacher, Gary Beveridge, teaching an exercise to a Hagley High School third form class before doing stage work.
Photo of Avonside Girls High School class photo of 1934-1935. From the collection of Mrs B.W Newman. Oldest old Girl of AGHS
Pupils of Te Waipounamu Girls' College, Christchurch, sing welcome songs to the visitors at the Okains Bay Waitangi Day commemorations.
Avonside Girls' High School students examine the "This Advancing Canterbury" photomural exhibition by White's Aviation Limited at the Christchurch Star building in Kilmore Street.
Winners of the Ilford Shield inter-secondary schools photographic competition. Pictured are, from left, Lyndon Hadden, Sonja Bawden, Sarah Fountain, Lyn Hornblow, and Stephan Roberts.
Members of the Papanui High School camera club with the Ilford Shield.
Newspaper caption: The Papanui High School camera club is picture perfect ... or at least, close to it.
For the fifth year in a...
A group of uniformed schoolboys and men in front of the Christchurch Boys High School Worcester Street entrance in the central city.
Shirley Boys’ High School students, Barry Jagersma, Warren Philpott, and Hamish Hamilton crafting a billiards table for the Technicrafts ‘70 exhibition.