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3D in DVC
3D in DVC Above: Bradan Watkins (Year 10 Design and Visual Communication (DVC) student) who designed a case for a Stawberry Pi micro-computer and 3D printed it using a 3D printer in his DVC class. We would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge John
Careers Focus Week
The annual Careers Focus Week was held recently and this year the focus was on Technology careers, particularly Trades. Over the week students heard from guest speakers talking about their careers in, plumbing, electrical supply, cooking, hair styling, au
SouthSpell is an English based competition open to all schools in Southland. The competition was closely contested. James Hargest performed exceptionally well with the Year 8 team winning the competition. Our Year 7 team was placed third and our Year 7/8
World Vision 40 Hour Famine
Over 80 Hargest students participated in the World Vision 40 Hour Famine. 34 students were involved in the school’s Sweat Shop famine event. These students made over one hundred pencil cases or monsters over the weekend, most of which have been sold. A
Language Perfect World Champs 2015
Our language students participated in a 10 day on-line language competition in May in which over 1000 schools worldwide took part. 50 Hargest students earned certificates. The most impressive achievement was by Ashleigh Kim. She got the award for the top
Southland Social Studies Fair
Congratulations to these Year 9 students who won prizes in the Years 9 and 10 Section of the Fair held last week at the Scottish Hall.
Treasury Challenge 2015
Year 13 Economics students (from left) Maddie O’Connor, Jane Wallace, Michael Zhang and Felix Lee caught up with former Hargest student Jill Caughey, now a Treasury analyst, when in Wellington for the national finals of the Treasury Challenge. The resul
Congratulations to Michael Zhang who has been offered a travel scholarship to the London International Youth Science Forum and CERN (large hadron collider)
JHC students Hamish Beadle and Tom Sexton, along with three other Southland athletes, have been named in the nationwide talent development programme, a programme funded by Sport New Zealand and High Performance Sport New Zealand and designed to better pre
My Fair Lady
The JHC senior production, My Fair Lady, runs from 29 June to 2 July at 7.30pm in the Senior Campus Hall. Tickets for adults are $15 and students $8. Tickets are available at the JHC Senior Campus Office. There will be limited door sales from 7pm.