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Kumagaya City Hall 2017 Visit
This year we celebrate our 25th year of homestaying students from Kumagaya City Hall. This is a significant achievement and reason to celebrate! Sixteen girls are being hosted across both campuses. They are taking part in a variety of activities such as
South Island Schools Road Cycling Championships
Cyclists from JHC did themselves proud at the South Island Schools Road Cycling Championships during the holiday with 8 individual medals, 2 team medals and 14 top 5 placing.
The James Hargest College Senior Production of Brigadoon opens on Monday 3rd July in the Senior Campus Auditorium. Tickets are available at the Senior Campus Office.
2017 Otago/Southland School Chess Tournament
Congratulations to the James Hargest Team of Finn Holden, Fred Munn, Liam Barnes, Amy Lee and Corbin Fraser for their 3rd placing in the 2017 Otago/Southland School Chess Tournament. As the highest placed Southland team, this result qualifies them for the
Wakatipu Exchange 2017
Congratulations to JHC for winning the school exchange with Wakatipu High School 9-4. The results were...
2017 Youthmark Awards
This award is funded by the ILT with the purpose of recognising Southland students who excel. Fifty awards are given out each year and all Southland secondary schools are allocated a number of awards based on their Year 13 roll numbers. This year JHC has
Japanese Trivia Champs
The New Zealand Schools’ Japanese Trivia Championships were held at eight venues throughout New Zealand on 16 June, with the Southland Section being held here at James Hargest College. Questions were based on Japanese culture and general knowledge. Ten
Congratulations to our RockQuest bands. The James Hargest band, The Dense, took out first place in this year's competition. Rhys Blaas won the APRA Lyric Award.
Dunedin Otaru Sister City Japanese Speech Competition
Congratulations to Cameron Hartley, Jessica Hwangbo and Yoyo Wu on their success!
Interschool Chess Competition
Congratulations to the James Hargest College Chess Teams who finished first and second at the recent Chess Interschools. Amy Lee finished as the overall girl and Finn Holden took the Overall Winner Title.