Open night at col­lege

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Cen­tral Hawke’s Bay Col­lege’s re­cent an­nual open evening was hair-rais­ingly good fun.

Prospec­tive par­ents and stu­dents vis­ited class­rooms, and talked to staff and stu­dents through­out the evening. They also watched the hair-rais­ing prop­er­ties of the Van de Graaff Gen­er­a­tor.

Prin­ci­pal Lance Chris­tiansen said the evening was an op­por­tu­nity show what the col­lege had to of­fer in school life.

“The col­lege has ex­cel­lent fa­cil­i­ties and pas­sion­ate and car­ing staff who know their stu­dents needs. The feed­back from our guests was very pos­i­tive.”

Mr Chris­tiansen said the col­lege has a proud his­tory of ed­u­ca­tional, cul­tural and sport­ing suc­cess.

“Our stu­dents do so well in aw­ide range of ar­eas, aca­dem­i­cally, cul­tur­ally and in sport, mak­ing the most of the op­por­tu­ni­ties of­fered at the Col­lege.”

PHOTO: SUP­PLIED.

CHB Col­lege sci­ence teacher Lindsey Bishop demon­strat­ing the hair-rais­ing ef­fects of the Van de Graaff Gen­er­a­tor at the re­cent open evening.

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