At Hamilton's Fraser High School we want our students to leave our school as young people who are:
- creative, energetic, and enterprising
- courageous and seize the opportunities offered by new knowledge and technologies to secure a future for our country
- willing to create an Aotearoa New Zealand in which all cultures are valued for the contributions they bring
- worthwhile citizens who will continue to develop values and knowledge, to live full and satisfying lives
- competent, confident, connected and actively involved in learning throughout their life.
At Hamilton's Fraser High School, we put students at the centre of teaching and learning. The school curriculum is intended to provide our students with experiences that engage and challenge them to be forwardthinking. It is inclusive, and affirms New Zealand's unique identity.
Hamilton's Fraser High School supports and empowers all students to learn and achieve personal excellence, regardless of their individual circumstances.
We acknowledge the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi, and the bicultural foundations of Aotearoa New Zealand. All students have the opportunity to acquire knowledge of te reo Maori me ona tikanga.
Hamilton's Fraser High School's cultural environment reflects our school community's cultural diversity and values that unique diversity Students' identities, languages, abilities, and talents are recognised and affirmed and their learning needs are addressed.
Hamilton's Fraser High School is a Phase Four school in the Te Kotahitanga Project, which is focused on raising the achievement of Maori students. Our entire staff is involved in this programme.
An important aspect of the learning programmes at Hamilton's Fraser High School is the open pathways to further learning via Frasernet and community liaisons with a variety of tertiary providers.
At Hamilton's Fraser High School, we encourage and prepare our students to look to the future by exploring significant future-focused issues such as citizenship and enterprise.
"Fraser is a great place to come because it is a school of equal opportunity. It supports all aspects of your school life such as sports, cultural, arts and academics. It is a place where you can meet new friends or reinforce the ties with your old ones."