Ākina Leaders

Ākina means to encourage, to urge on.

Ākina Leaders encourage and urge on our students to Seek the Heights in everything they do. 

Academically, culturally, athletically, and socially.

Year 13

Our names are Mrs Tania Mitchell and Miss Eed.  We are privileged to work as the Year 13 Akina Leaders, here at Massey High School.  Our new office is upstairs by the Deans.

Our Year 13 students are the "Class of 2022".  We have been together for nearly 5 years of high school and together, we have seen many significant events come and go.  We have another challenging year ahead of us - but not only are we very proud of all that this cohort have achieved so far - we also know that the best is yet to come.

Year 10

Kia Ora everyone! My name is Tracy Templeton and I have the privilege of being the Year 10 Akina Leader for 2022. 

Our new office is upstairs by the Deans and I will be there most mornings. If you ever need me please feel free to message me on teams or send me an email.

We had a challenging year last year but we have made it though the worst of Covid and now moving towards NCEA. I am very proud of all that this cohort  "Class of 2025” has achieved so far - we also know that the best is yet to come.