Logan Park has an outstanding academic reputation across a wide range of subjects. It has consistently been one of the top academic schools in the Otago/Southland region. Every year our students achieve National NCEA Scholarships.  A comparison of scholarship results between Dunedin schools over the past years is available here.


A Message from the Co-Principals

”Kia-ora koutou,
We are very proud to present to you, our prospective students and families, Logan Park High School. We are a top performing school for all students catering to a diverse range of interests.
We are also recognised as the specialist Dunedin school in all of the “Performance Arts”. We pride ourselves in nurturing the individual talents of all of our students producing a diverse range of creative, well-educated young adults ready to develop careers as scientists, historians, linguists, mathematicians, doctors, business managers, lawyers, filmmakers, technicians, sports people, actors, artists, dancers and musicians. Your individual motivation, strength, passion and aptitude are recognised and valued in a personalised schooling environment unique to Logan Park.
Success is evident by our results and our students have a proven record of accomplishment in winning Otago secondary school titles across all areas of Logan Park school life: Stage Challenge, Debating, Model United Nations, Nga Manu Korero and other Public Speaking, Chamber Music, Jazz Music, RockQuest, Film/Media Studies and Drama to mention a few. Sporting titles include hockey, ice hockey, basketball, badminton, fencing, bowls, soccer, touch and futsal. Our academic awards (outside of strong NCEA results at all levels and Scholarships) comprise chess, robotics, Mathletics, English, Chemistry, Computing, Informatics, Enviro Studies, NZ Post Book Quiz, foreign language speaking and Classical Studies cups.
Logan Park is proudly co-ed, increasingly bi-cultural and multi-cultural. We celebrate diversity. The learning opportunities, colour and vibrancy this brings to Logan Park and our students is immeasurable. We personify the idea of an educational “global village” linked to our place or Turangawaewae, the historical site of one of the first Dunedin Ngai Tahu kura or schools. Imagine arriving at school greeted by a chorus of bellbirds…training at the New Caledonian track (just across the road)…joining a club (maybe Climbing or Enviro)...playing in a rock band or hockey team…taking part in a class on web design at the Polytechnic…dancing in a student directed “Stage Challenge”, becoming a Fortune Theatre ambassador and having one of your paintings hung in a hallway for future generations to enjoy. These are all possible and you can now stop imagining... Logan Park offers this choice! Do join us. You are invited to enrol at Logan Park High School and we all look forward to having you and your whanau become a part of our respectful, motivated and inclusive school community. Your potential is our success."

Nga Mihi,
Kristan Mouat and Peter Hills,


Cultural Activities


 Chamber Music

 Charities Club



 Curator’s Club

 Debating/Public Speaking

 Drama Master Classes

 Enviro Club

 Film Club

 Hip Hop


 International Concert

 International Food Festival

 Jazz Band/Combos

 Junior and Senior Shows Musicals





 One-Act Plays


 Peer Reading

 Peer Mediation


 Rock Bands


 Show Bands

 Shakespeare Festivals

 Stage Challenge

 Talent Quest

 Theatre Sports

 Wearable Arts

 Writers’ Club











Cross Country








 Ice Hockey



 Outward Bound




 Spirit of NZ




 Table Tennis




Water Polo

Weights-room Fitness


Year 10 Camp

Every Year 10 student spends a fun week with their class in the Catlins at Tautuku Lodge. The outdoor activities include exploring the beach walks, tramping the muddy Tram Track, abseiling, kayaking in the Tautuku estuary, leadership activities and navigating the Confidence course. You also spend a night on a camp-out after setting up your tent in groups and cooking your meals on a camp fire. 

Outdoor & leadership opportunities

Tautuku Camp – A Student View

Camp started at 9 o’clock on a clear Monday morning in March, with two classes of excited students waiting for the bus. We set off for a three hour bus trip down to Tautuku as the fun got underway. Everyone who went had a great time. 

Activities included kayaking on the estuary; abseiling; the awesome confidence course; team-building exercises; the many night walks and a campout – a night of burnt sausages and collapsed tents (some people need a big lesson in pitching tents). 

There were also extra activities for our free time, such as the flying fox and the climbing wall. The mud walk was definitely the highlight of camp for anyone who got in the mud pit – it made the four hour walk worthwhile!  The experience was enhanced by the rain we’d had every day of the week.  

Before it had started, Camp was over and it was everyone’s favorite time – cleaning up. A few hours of pain later we were packed and ready to return to school. Camp was definitely one of the highlights of the year and everyone had heaps of fun.