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Year 12 Geography trip to Twizel
Looks like our Year 12 Geo class are enjoying better weather in Twizel than we are here! Today they are visiting a salmon farm.
Year 10 Ag/Hort
Year 10 Ag/Hort Science have just set up their hydroponics farm for the year. The first crop of lettuce seedlings went last week. At capacity the farm grows 150 plants over a continual 6 week loop. A great chance for students to put their theory into prac
Dan Davin awards
Congratulations to the following students who were acknowledged for their literary skills at the Dan Davin awards. In the Senior Students writing competition, Madeleine Doherty was awarded first place, Kristina Grumball was awarded third, and Shea Smith w
Dress Up Day 2018
The Year 13's turned out in style for Library Week Dress Up Day. Follow the link to some photos taken on the day.
Peak to Peak 2018
What a view to the finish line and what a day for an adventure race! Two JHC teams line up with a large number of other competitors for this epic race.
Taieri Exchange 2018
After a great day of competition, James Hargest College took out the Taieri Exchange 10-4. The results were...
LEO Ball Extravaganza
The annual LEO Ball Extravaganza was a night of lights, stars, and extravagance when the Year 13 girls (and boys)walk down the catwalk to show off their dresses and suits. All proceeds from raffles and ticket sales went towards a chosen charity. This year
Southland Interschool Japanese Speech Competition
Students of Japanese participated in the Junior Southland Interschool Japanese Speech Competition in the first week of July. The Year 9 students performed a role play in pairs in Japanese. The Year 10-13 students presented a 1-3 minute speech and then ans
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.