Enuamanu School

Enuamanu School
Apii Enuamanu
Coordinates19°59′18.08″S 158°7′14.1″W / 19.9883556°S 158.120583°W / -19.9883556; -158.120583Coordinates: 19°59′18.08″S 158°7′14.1″W / 19.9883556°S 158.120583°W / -19.9883556; -158.120583
PrincipalSyaka Talagi-Tairi
Years offeredECE - 13
School roll109[1]

Enuamanu School or Apii Enuamanu is a co-educational school in Mapumai Village on the island of Atiu in the Cook Islands. It runs classes for early childhood education through to year 13,[1] including levels 1–3 of the New Zealand National Certificate of Educational Achievement.

The school was established in 1965 as Atiu Junior High School.[2] It was renamed Atiu College in 1975 and then Enuamanu School in 1988.[2]

In 2015 the school launched a radio station, Atiu 100FM.[3]


  1. ^ a b "2018/2019 Education Statistics Report" (PDF). Cook Islands Ministry of Education. Retrieved 10 August 2020.
  2. ^ a b Rashneel Kumar (13 August 2015). "Atiu school to celebrate 50th". Cook Islands News. Retrieved 10 August 2020.
  3. ^ Brandon Amoamo (27 May 2015). "It's one ton and full of fun!". Cook Islands News. Retrieved 10 August 2020.

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