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2014 Youthmark Award recipients
Congratulations to Susana Sotutu, Nat O'Neill, Mike Robbie and Hannah Brown.
Southland Secondary Schools’ Jazz Fest Results 2014
The annual Southland Secondary Schools’ Jazz Fest was held at Ascot Park Hotel on Friday 24 October. The level of musicianship was outstanding. The audience was treated to some amazing performances, both by the six bands competing against each other and
Interrobang Book Launch
The James Hargest College writing group launched their collection of short stories, poetry and photography in a book, Interrobang. We were lucky enough to have poet Cilla McQueen speak at the launch.
Hargest Rugby Prizegiving
Congratulations to Mark Thorne Alexander - Winner of the Bruce Robertson Memorial Cup for Hargest Under 18 Rugby Player of the Year.
James Hargest students in the USA!
After months of fundraising and preparation, the day had finally arrived when, 14 excited Year 8 ambassadors, two chaperones and two teachers gathered at Invercargill Airport for the trip of a lifetime.
Realise the Dream
Realise the Dream is the National Event celebrating Excellence in Science and Technology. Only 20 projects are selected from across New Zealand. For the last four years JHC has had a student in this event. This year we have three students at Realise the D
Rotary Science and Technology Forum
Six JHC students have been selected for the Rotary Science and Technology Forum in January next year, Alexandra Doyle-Franklin, Conor O’Neill, Maria Burnett, Michael Zhang, Samantha McIntyre and Rees Guise. Rees has been selected to go to Canberra to at
HETTANZ Southland Fashion Design and Craft Awards 2014
Year 12 Fashion and Design student Hannah Grantham was named the overall winner of the HETTANZ Southland Fashion Design Awards for 2014. The winning entry was a fully lined dress made in organza. Hannah was delighted to receive a Bernina Sewing Machine as
Daniel Botha been selected for the 2015 Sheilah Winn Shakespeare Globe trip – 1 of only 20 in NZ!
Southland Secondary Schools Table Tennis
James Hargest student Finn Holden has confirmed his reputation as one of the most promising table tennis players in Southland and the South Island for his age.