Four James Hargest teams competed in the Readers Cup competition at the Ascot Hotel on the 24th of August. In Readers Cup, teams of students read five books and answer questions about them. Once again, our teams competed well and took out 2nd, 3rd and 5th
Play It Strange Who Loves Who NZ Music Covers Competition
Well done to The Terrace, a four-piece Year 11 Band comprised of Ailin Pekar, Aiden Hosie, Blake Humphrey, and Jackson Jones (all Year 11) who have just been selected as finalists in the national Play It Strange Who Loves Who NZ Music Covers Competition.
Chess players at James Hargest College have had plenty of success in the last month...
Art Room - Junior Campus
The four classes that have been in Art for the latest module have had the opportunity to take part in painting two panels that will form part of the artwall that will go up around the CBD redevelopment in the central city.
Aotearoa Online Schools Debating Championship
During the lockdown period over 700 students from across New Zealand competed in the Aotearoa Online Schools Debating Championship, debating a range of motions from school zoning, to criminal justice. In the grand final Premier Purple including Liam Barne
University of Canterbury Art of Science competition
Congratulations to Logan Dennis - Winner of the 2020 University of Canterbury Art of Science competition Year 11-13 Masters Category.
Paddles Up 2020
Congrats to James Hargest College for taking the Overall School Trophy at the 2020 Paddles Up tournament. Individual results are
The 100 Club 2019
Back Row (left to right): Lena Huia, Tessa Wells, Teegan Strudwicke, Charlie Fraser, Madison Harris, Brianna Peterson Front Row (left to right): Madison Grieve, Finn Cruickshank, Emily Donlevy, Megan Donlevy, Corbin Fraser, Olivia Horton, Ella Dougherty
James Shaw visit
Green Party Co-Leader and Minister for Climate Change the Hon. James Shaw spoke to Mr James’ Year 12 Media Studies class. He also confirmed funding to upgrade the boiler. The Minister answered questions from the students on how the media cover political