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Senior Campus Athletics
Senior Campus held their Athletics day on Wednesday, with great conditions for our students! It was the perfect opportunity for our top athletes to show their stuff, while giving the Year 13s their last chance to enjoy school athletics - with the bonus of
Southland Secondary School Tennis Championships
Congratulations to Finn Holden and Halle Faherty, who took out the Southland Secondary School Tennis Championships this week!
Citizens of the World
Our American exchange students from Meeker Middle School with James Hargest hosts and 2019 Ambassadors enjoying kai at Te Rau Aroha Marae Bluff and a visit to the sign.
Southland Secondary Schools Softball Champs
A great effort by the JHC softball team going down 9-8 in the final to SBHS. Earlier in the day the team beat SGHS twice to earn a place in the final.
Wanaka Challenge Triathlon
Congratulations to the JHC Lions team of Rhylee Akeroyd, Emily Hay and Teegan Strudwicke who came first in the U16 girls team category at the Wanaka Challenge Triathlon. Their end time of 52:09 minutes also saw them come an overall 10th out of 142 teams -
Athletics Day - Senior Campus timetable
Here is the timetable for Athletics Day 2019...
Welcome to the Senior Campus
On Monday 4 February 2019 all students who graduated from the Junior Campus in 2018 gathered together to make the “step up” (Ka Hikitia) to the Senior Campus.
Fair Go Ad award
In 2018 for the first time, one of our Year 10 English classes entered the Fair Go ad award. Students had to make a 30 -second travel ad, showcasing their hometown. Our most successful ad was made by Olivia Horton, Madilyn Haar-Wilkinson, Mika Buchanan an
Student Volunteer Army
Room 7, at the Junior Campus, spent Tuesday this week helping out the community. As a Student Volunteer Army activity, Room 7 students organised transport, food, safety forms, parent support and equipment for a clean up at the estuary as part of their uni
Tahi Rua Toru Tech Challenge
After winning the regional finals, the Tahi Rua Toru Tech team of Charlie Samson, Jacob Smith, Cade Lloyd and Pedro Witzel Chiarioni travelled to Welling to present to judges for the National final.