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Cross Country Southland Champs 2018

Congratulations to all the students who competed in the very cold and damp conditions in Te Anau recently. While conditions were challenging at times, the effort and enthusiasm evident in the large JHC Team, was pleasing.
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Leo Club glasses collection

Well done to the LEO Club for collecting so many prescription glasses to go to Tonga and surrounding islands.
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Arts in Motion

James Hargest Senior and Junior Campus performed in the recent Arts in Motion competition.
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Southland Regional Chess Tournament

James Hargest Chess teams won both the Intermediate and Senior sections at the Chess Power tournament held at James Hargest yesterday.
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Ella West visit

Ex-Hargest student and award winning author, Ella West visited her old school on Thursday to hold a series of workshops with enthusiastic student writers.
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Vale Tania

During the holidays we farewelled, sadly, a very fine,  long-standing teacher of James Hargest College. Tania had been on leave following a liver transplant and was recuperating when she passed away on Wednesday 11 April.
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Year 8 Poetry Recital Competition

Every Year 8 student searched for a poem, memorised and practised their particular interpretation then recited it in the class competitions. The top two or three from each class went through to the syndicate finals, with the top five recitalists from each
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Duke of Edinburgh Borland Tramp

On 24 March four students and two teachers set our to tramp to Green Lake at Borland for a Duke of Ed Silver Tramp. Kate Loan, Lewis Thomson, Emily Donaldson and Sam Britten as well as Mr Oliver and Mrs Brown braved the Swampy Swamp, a hut with ten Scouts
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Haka House Competition Junior Campus

The Junior Campus House Haka competition was held on Friday 13 April. Each House did an outstanding job, bringing in unique aspects to their performance to ensure their haka stood out. The passion, precision and volume of all Houses’ performances was aw
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Year 9 and 10 Play

In the spirit of traditional pantomimes STOLEN follows the adventures of Jack and Jill as they journey to claim back what is rightfully theirs. On the way they meet a multitude of story book characters before having to face the cause of all their problems
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