Waimea College ended the third school term with a song and dance on Friday.
Each year the school finishes the third term with its House Song competition. It sees each of the four houses attempt to out-sing each other with three judges deciding which house was the best, and as a result, earns the most points towards the overall house competition, which runs the entire school year.
Held in the school’s main hall, students from Rutherford, Hillary, Cooper and Sheppard houses sung the house down, with Sheppard taking the title for 2015.
Full story in this Wednesday’s Waimea Weekly.