1995: (Year 36)

  • The 1st March roll was 946, and 1st July  was 910.
  • 20 Students of Japanese undertook a 3 week tour of Japan, led by Mrs. Domney.
  • In July, a sponsored "Work Day" raises $12,000.00.
  • The TSB Community Trust donates $10,000 for upgrading of the computer facilities.
  • The Symphonic band consisted of 32 members and were ably led by Mr. Don Boyd and Mr. Barry Bradshaw. Other bands were:- The Jazz band (Hatrix), a String group, the Dixie band, and the 3rd and 4th form bands.
    Through fund-raising efforts of the "Band Boosters" (Parents of Band members) the Music department took ownership of its own fully enclosed and lockable trailer to securely transport its instruments in-- Rego Y7027.
  • The Major Production:- "A Time to Laugh".
  • Senior and junior debating teams were involved in several debates.
  • Maori Culture group:- The group started the year with 45 members. The regional speech competition was held at Ruapehu College, Ohakune with the national Nga Manu Korero competition held at the Aotea Centre in Auckland.
  • Young Enterprise 4th form team was known as "Surf Metal".
  • Our Textile students performed well in the various Young Designer awards.
  • Sports teams:- Badminton, 5 Boys' & 6 Girls' Basketball; 4 Boys' & 1 Girls' Cricket; Cycling; Equestrian; Golf; 1 Boys' & 1 Girls' Hockey; 9 Netball; 4 Boys' Rugby;Skiing; Girls' Soccer; Yachting; Boys' & Girls' Volleyball; 
  • Joshua Walker scored 128 for the 1st XI in a 2nd grade game against a NPBHS team.
  • Unfortunately the driving force behind the SCRFC Mr. Peter McCall left to teach in Nelson.
  • 29th July - 8th August, Spotswood hosts a Girls' Volleyball team from the USA for 9 days, as part of the "Sport for Understanding" programme.
  • A small 7th form group take part in the annual OPC trip to Turangi.
  • The last year of the 3 term education year.