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South Island Road Cycling Championships
Congrats to our James Hargest cyclists for taking out the 2018 Southland Road Cycling Championships. Individual results are...
Southland Primary Schools’ Cross Country
The Southland Primary Schools’ Cross Country was held at Waimumu recently. Thirty three James Hargest students were put to the test on muddy, hilly terrain. Congratulations to all our runners for finishing the course.
Level 3 Tourism trip to Queenstown
At the end of Term 2, the Level 3 Tourism classes travelled to Queenstown to experience tourism first hand.
Congratulations to Jack Steel who has been playing softball for the International Softball Academy (ISA) New Zealand Under 19 softball team in Canada.
South Island Squash competition
The results from The South Island Squash competition in the weekend are
Junior Production - Olivia
With a variety of well-known characters like: Annie, Fagan, Artful Dodger and Eliza, our Junior Campus Production of ‘Olivia’ made for a very entertaining show. On week five of the term we had a Wednesday and Thursday night performance that involved a
Japanese Trivia Night
The New Zealand Schools Japanese Trivia Championships were held at eight venues throughout NZ on June 22nd, with the Southland Section being held here at James Hargest College.
Otago/Southland School Teams Chess Champs
The team of Finn Holden, Fred Mun, Liam Barnes and Corbin Fraser finished second out of 14 teams at the Otago-Southland Interschool Chess Championships in Dunedin on Saturday, with their only loss to Otago Boys' High School.
Treasury Schools Challenge 2018
James Hargest College students Benjamin McIntyre and Shea Smith, both 16, travelled to Wellington on Thursday to receive their prize after winning best team video in the Treasury Schools Challenge 2018.
Congratulations to Amy Lee who has been selected as part of the NSSP group and will be attending workshops later in the year and has the chance to be selected for the trip to the Globe in 2019. It is no mean feat to be selected out of the hundreds perform