The 1st March roll was 1062 and 1st July was 1020, and is expected to drop below 1000 in 1995.
One of the biggest changes for 1994 was to school resources and property. As a consequence of initiatives by the BOT, A Block was upgraded, a new IHC unit was on site, a new special needs laboratory, a major refurbishment of the Library and the upstairs of B Block had taken place. The focus now turns to Stage 3 the Technical block, administration block, hall and staffroom areas. A second computer suite was added to A Block
The Radio and Electronics group were the winners of the N.Z trophy for the second time in 4 years.
Ellen Baker a USA space shuttle "Challenger" astronaut visits and presents the College with a photo of her shuttle launching.
In late-October the 6th form Legal Studies class did a trip to Wellington.
The Young Enterprise team called their businessSpectrum.
In September, Shannon Austin represented New Plymouth at the New Zealand Youth Parliament.
Both senior and Junior Debating teams were active during the year but the senior team lost again to Fraser HS.
Music:-Symphonic Band, Senior Jazz band(Hat'rix), 3rd and 4th form bands were all active. In the last week of term 2, the Concert/Jazz group did a southern north island tour visiting 5 high schools before participating in the National Concert Bands festival in Hastings.
Sam Dixon and Mathew Rilkoff participated in the 10-day Spirit of New Zealand courses.
7th form group take part in the annual OPC trip to Turangi.
Maori Culture group:- The group spent the year preparing for the 1995 activities. Bronwyn Knightly represented Spotswood College for the 3rd time at the annual Nga Manu Korero Maori speech competition.
The Spotswood College Radio stationTriple XOSbroadcasts 2 shows daily- interval and lunchtime.
A great first year for the SCRFC under the Chairmanship of Graeme Riddick. The school fielded 4 teams, but unfortunately no Girls' team. The 1st XV beat FDMC 35-27 as a curtain-raiser to the Taranaki vs Samoa game at Rugby Park. This team also played in the Northern regional tournament.