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Paddles Up 2020
Congrats to James Hargest College for taking the Overall School Trophy at the 2020 Paddles Up tournament. Individual results are
The 100 Club 2019
Back Row (left to right): Lena Huia, Tessa Wells, Teegan Strudwicke, Charlie Fraser, Madison Harris, Brianna Peterson Front Row (left to right): Madison Grieve, Finn Cruickshank, Emily Donlevy, Megan Donlevy, Corbin Fraser, Olivia Horton, Ella Dougherty
James Shaw visit
Green Party Co-Leader and Minister for Climate Change the Hon. James Shaw spoke to Mr James’ Year 12 Media Studies class. He also confirmed funding to upgrade the boiler. The Minister answered questions from the students on how the media cover political
Otago Southland Regional Debating Competition
A round-up of the Otago Southland Regional Debating Competition...
St John Safe Kids’ programme
This term students will take part in the St John Safe Kids’ programme with a St John instructor. Students learn basic First Aid techniques and gain knowledge in order to keep themselves safe in the bush. The skills and knowledge they acquire before head
Southland Secondary School’s Softball Tournament
The James Hargest College Senior team came back strongly to take 2nd place in the Southland Secondary School’s Softball Tournament. After going down in the first game of the day to a strong Southland Boys High team, the Hargest team bounced back to win
Junior Campus 2020 Presidents and Ambassadors
Congratulations to 2020 Presidents Libby Crawford, Caleb Devery, Lucy Thomas and Allan Raymond. Congratulations also to our 2020 Ambassadors Finn Edwards and Maria Simpson.
Drama - SGCNZ
Jeromy Tiatia (left) is one of 20 students selected from an initial pool of 5000 students from all over NZ to attend the SGCNZ YSC 2020 (Shakespeare Globe Centre New Zealand Young Shakespeare Company) at the Globe in July and perform and attend workshops.
Head students 2019
Head Boy: Logan Dennis Head Girl: Katie Heads Deputy Head Boy: Max Nally Deputy Head Girl: Ruby Borland-Fraser