Class Act ten years on: King's High School

Where are they now?

2011: Head boy, Caleb Gray was vice-captain of the Otago under-18 rugby team and recipient of an Otago Polytechnic Mana Pounamu High Achievers Scholarship. He planned to study law.
2021: Gray is the chief financial officer for one of New Zealand’s largest manuka honey producers, Settlers Honey. A chartered accountant, he worked and travelled overseas before returning to New Zealand in late 2019. He played for Alhambra-Union RFC from 
2013 to 2017 and now plays rugby in Whanganui.
 
 
 
2011: Hayden King had been in the New Zealand under-17 futsal team for three years and, in 2008, was a member of the Otago under-16 football development squad which travelled to Singapore. He hoped to visit more countries 
and to study design.
2021: A product designer with Volpara Health, King helps create products that work towards detecting breast and lung cancer (see separate story). He still plays football and futsal, but in the social grades. The Wellington man has also fulfilled his desire to travel, 
visiting the US, Europe and Japan.
 

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