King's High School has a growing regional and national reputation. Our students have access to an on-site artificial training surface enabling students to develop their skill level under the guidance of King's teacher and former Black Stick, Mr Dave Ross.
Teams compete in the local Secondary School Competition at the McMillan Centre. This covers all grades, and being held after school every Tuesday, allows players to play other sports during the weekend. The 1st XI team also plays interschools against Otago Boys', Waitaki Boys', and Southland Boys' High Schools.
King's has produced many Otago Representatives over the years. The most prominent Old Boy is Darren Smith, who played over 200 games for the Black Sticks, and is the current Black Sticks Men's Coach. In recent years a number of former pupils have represented New Zealand at Black Sticks level (Malachi Buschl), NZ Maori (Dylan Thomas), NZ U21 (Jordan Ward, Malachi Buschl), and NZ U18 (Finn Ward, Zeke Buschl, and James Nicolson).
For more information contact:
Mr Dave Ross
Teacher in Charge