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2019 Southland Badminton Championships
Last Wednesday four JHC badminton teams took out the 2019 Southland Badminton Championships, winning first place across both Girls and Boys Divisions 1 & 2. Congrats to our trophy & medal winners.
Well done to the James Hargest Junior Campus Jump Jam team who came third in the All Stars section at tonight's Jump Jam competition.
Southland Secondary Schools' Netball
A big congratulations to our 10 A Netball team for winning a thrilling final against SGHS 21-20 at the SSS netball tournament yesterday.
Southland Secondary Schools’ Orienteering Champs 2019
Congratulations to all students who took part in the Southland Schools Orienteering Championships’ on Sunday 12 May. In Orienteering no-one sits on the bench.
Use this link in this post to watch the James Hargest Senior Campus performance at Showquest...
Southland Regional Chess Power Chess Tournament
James Hargest Senior and Junior Campus teams competed in the Southland Regional Chess Power chess tournament on Wednesday 22nd May at SBHS. Thank you to Chess Power for organising this event. Junior Campus had a team of 10 students competing in the Interm
Spain trip 2019
After 18 months planning, on the 5th of April, 20 students from James Hargest College and 5 mums along two teachers headed to Spain for a month.
All the hard work has paid off. What a great dress rehearsal! Our Junior Campus Show Quest team are ready for their 14th May performance at the Civic Theatre. Tickets available at the ICC booking office.
Duke of Edinburgh
It has been an extremely productive term for Duke of Edinburgh students. We have seen an influx of new Bronze level and direct entry Silver members and there are now more than 70 students actively involved in their Duke of Edinburgh journey. This involves
Welcome back to another busy and very exciting term! Last term was such an amazing and rewarding term for the LEO Club and we would like to thank you all for your input around school! At the end of last term, we had two events that went toward very deserv