Cashmere High School Foundation, Past Pupils and Friends

Past Pupils and Friends of Cashmere High School administered by the Cashmere High School Foundation, connecting the Past, Present and Future of Cashmere High.

Past Pupils and Friends of Cashmere High School administered by the Cashmere High School Foundation Trust, connecting the Past, Present and Future of Cashmere High.

Operating as usual


I had the privilege of attending the opening night of this production last night and what a show it was! Such a polished performance and a real credit to the cast, crew, orchestra and all the staff involved.

If you have tickets to any of the other performances you're certainly in for a treat. And, if you haven't bought tickets yet you're in luck as there are still a few seats left.


Only one week to go until the opening night of Cashmere High School's production of Oliver!

Book your tickets here if you haven't already!

In the meantime here is a photo collage from the school's 2003 production of Oliver! Oliver was played by Peter Jakowetz, Fagin was played by Jack Tame, and Hannah Wheeler played the role of Nancy.

Photos from Cashmere High School Foundation, Past Pupils and Friends's post 20/06/2024

Were you in any of the following classes?
3OY - 1983
4TH - 1984
5TJ - 1985
6KN - 1986

Post a comment below if you were. One of your former classmates would love to hear from you.


Congratulations to Mark Wilson (previous principal) who has been appointed Rector at St Andrews College. This means the last three Principals appointed in Canterbury have had a Cashmere connection.


Alumni Breakfast Club

We are thrilled to announce the launch of our newest initiative, the Alumni Breakfast Club series!

Designed to foster connections and provide valuable insights to our Year 13 students, this series aims to bridge the gap between academia and the professional world.

As members of our alumni community, we invite you to join us as guest speakers for our Alumni Breakfast Club events. Imagine sharing your career journey and expertise over a casual coffee and muffin with eager Year 13 students, who are embarking on their own paths to success.

Your experiences and insights can inspire and empower the next generation of leaders. By sharing your story, you can motivate students to pursue their passions and aspirations with confidence.

As an alumni guest speaker, you have the opportunity to give back to your school community and make a positive impact on the lives of students. Your guidance and mentorship can help shape their career paths and future endeavours.

How to Get Involved:-

If you're interested in becoming a guest speaker for the Alumni Breakfast Club Series, please click the link below. We would love to hear from you and discuss how you can contribute to this exciting initiative.

Guest Speaker Registration Form:

Series Dates: Thursday 1, 8 & 15 August, 7.30am - 8.30am

Let's come together to support the next generation of leaders and professionals. Join us for an inspiring morning of networking, learning, and of course, delicious breakfast treats!

For more information, please contact us at [email protected].

Photos from Cashmere High School - Te iringa o Kahukura's post 11/06/2024

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Photos from Cashmere High School Foundation, Past Pupils and Friends's post 15/05/2024

More photos from the 68ers (Class of 1972) get-together held at Protocol on Friday, 10th May. Attendees included past pupils who started in 1968, 2 former staff members from that period, and CHS Foundation staff.

Photos from Cashmere High School Foundation, Past Pupils and Friends's post 13/05/2024

It was great to meet some of the "68ers" (Class of 1972) at their catch-up at Protocol on Friday evening, with special guest, sports commentator and alumnus Peter Lester, in attendance. Thank you for having us there!


The CHS Foundation will be sorry to see Joe Eccleton go but are extremely grateful for the positive impact he has had during his tenure at the school. We wish him all the very best for his new role.

We are delighted to share the appointment of Joe Eccleton as the next and 19th Executive Principal of Christ’s College. Joe will commence his role at the beginning of Term 4.

Photos from Cashmere High School Sport's post 01/05/2024

It was wonderful to welcome some of our past long serving staff members into the school during the holidays to show them around and hear about their time here.


We have a number of Alumni initiatives planned for the coming months. To ensure you don't miss out on hearing about any of these, please take a quick moment to register your details with us by clicking on the Sign Up button on this page.

If you are already registered but your contact details have changed, you can use the Sign Up button to update your details or simply email us the changes at [email protected].

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Photos from Cashmere High School Foundation, Past Pupils and Friends's post 27/03/2024

Last week, Molly Judson and Joe Young (both Class of 2020) coached CHS rowers to achieve one of the best Maadi Regatta results the school has had. Joe was the head coach for the season and was supported by Molly, who coached the U16 Girls Quad and U15 Girls Octuple to gold medals at the regatta.

Both young alumni have been involved as coaches ever since they finished school and have played an integral part in the development of the Cashmere High School Rowing Squad.

In addition to the two gold medals mentioned above, the U18 Girls Quad and U17 Girls Quad rowed their way to gold medals and Cashmere High School won top overall sculling school in New Zealand.

Photos from Canterbury Golf's post 25/03/2024
Photos from Cashmere High School - Te iringa o Kahukura's post 08/03/2024

Sad news from Cashmere High School this afternoon.


In the next week or so we will be sending out our quarterly newsletter to all of our Lifetime Members. Unfortunately, many of you won't receive it as we don't have a current email address for you. This particularly applies to many of the students from the Classes of 2022 and 2023 who became Lifetime Members under the Student Membership scheme. If you haven't yet updated your email address with us, you can do so by any of the following methods: -
1. Click on the Sign Up button on this page and register your details
2. Send us a PM with your email address
3. Email [email protected]


Congratulations to Henry McMecking (Class of 2021) who competed in his first World Triathlon Cup last weekend, held in Napier. Henry finished 27th and was the youngest competitor in the Elite Men's division to finish in the top 30.

Photos from Cashmere High School Rowing's post 04/12/2023

Thank you to everyone who has recently registered their details with us using the Sign Up button on this page. Doing so ensures we have the most up-to-date email address for you, which will make it easier for us to keep in contact with you regarding special events, reunions etc.
If you haven't yet registered with us, please take a moment to do so.


To the Class of 2023 (and anyone else who hasn't already registered their details with us):

If you need a study break from your exams, please consider taking a few minutes to register your details with us by clicking on the Sign Up button on this page. As you are now CHS Alumni we would love to be able to keep in contact with you but, unless you have already registered your details with us, the only email address we have on file for you is your caregivers' one - and in some cases that address is now invalid.

Many of you will have become Lifetime Members through the Student Membership scheme and, providing you have registered your details with us to provide us with an up to date email address, you will receive separate confirmation of your Lifetime Membership status and the benefits that includes at a later date when the school has finalised the student memberships for 2023.

Thank you to those of you who have already taken the time to register your details with us.

In the meantime, we wish you all the very best for your remaining exams.

Photos from Cashmere High School - Te iringa o Kahukura's post 09/11/2023

The Cashmere High School Foundation was proud to host the Class of 2013 10-Year Reunion last Friday.

Make sure you keep your details updated with us so that you don't miss out on hearing about further reunions!


Congratulations to one of our PE teachers, Luke Hulston, who has been named as Captain of the NZ Volleyball team!!

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