School of Poor Achievements (Part One)

An Anglican school founded in the 1840’s and once home to some of New Zealand’s Maori leaders sits decayed and vandalised after closing its doors due to bad performance and bullying. While sad to see such a grand building in such a state, it’s location and clock tower are beautiful and feel more like entering a European village than a New Zealand location.

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5 thoughts on “School of Poor Achievements (Part One)

  1. I went to st stphens a few days ago as i went up there they have camera’s and i asked someone nearby and they said that people have rented rooms out in there. So I was wondering if you knew anything about this place and if it is fine to go explore

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