Maori translation App

Our students are helping to develop an English to Maori online translation app.

Posted: Tuesday June 7, 2016

Reva wins LIONS Speech Competition

Head Girl, Reva Grills won the Otago-South Canterbury final of the LIONS speech competition in Oamaru at the end of May.

Posted: Monday May 30, 2016

Curator's Club

The first exhibition for the Curator's Club was opened on the last week of Term One. With the theme of transformation students from year 10 to 13 created old school photo-grams.

Posted: Thursday May 19, 2016

iD Dunedin Fashion Show

Several of our students stood out on the longest catwalk in New Zealand as part of the iD Dunedin Fashion show in March.

Posted: Sunday April 10, 2016

Race Unity Celebrations

On 22 March we celebrated the United Nations, Race Unity Day with an inspiring special assembly.

Posted: Sunday April 10, 2016

Music Camp

63 students attended the annual Music Camp at the beautiful Tirohanga Camp underneath the Maungatuas, leaving after school on Friday 11 March for the weekend.

Posted: Sunday April 10, 2016

Movie Making

Senior Media Studies students created many entertaining film trailers and short films during the course of the year.

Posted: Saturday April 9, 2016

Race Unity Speech Winners

Grant McNaughton and George Sabonadiere were first and second respectively in the Otago Race Unity Speech final.

Posted: Thursday April 7, 2016

Prefects 2016

Our Head Prefects will be supported by a capable team of House and School Prefects representing the diverse interests of the school community.

Posted: Sunday March 6, 2016

Otago University and other Tertiary Scholarships

A number of our students have been recognised and awarded top Otago University Scholarships or Otago Polytechnic Scholarships and Tuchin Baucus has been offered several university scholarships for top American universities.

Posted: Thursday November 12, 2015

Going Global

Congratulations to two of our Shakespearean Actors, Luke Major and Jimmy Robinson. They were selected to attend the prestigious Globe Theatre in London in 2016 as part of the Shakespeare Globe Centre New Zealand Young Shakespeare Company.

Posted: Monday October 26, 2015

National Shakespearean Actors

Congratulations to Luke Major, Jimmy Robinson and Reva Grills for being part of the National Shakespeare Schools Production (NSSP) week in Wellington during the October Holidays.

Posted: Friday October 16, 2015

Music Concert and Market Day

We ended Term 3 with a fantastic lunchtime Music Concert and Market Stalls.

Posted: Wednesday September 30, 2015

Otago Secondary Schools Music Festival

The 46th annual Otago Secondary Schools Music Festival was held at the Dunedin Town Hall on the evening of Monday 7th September.

Posted: Saturday September 19, 2015

Blues Celebrations

Congratulations to all of our successful Blues Award recipients. We held a special assembly on 18 September to celebrate their impressive achievements and service across Sporting, Cultural, Community and Academic areas.

Posted: Saturday September 19, 2015

Fundraising for Rise Foundation & Syrian refugees

Students were concerned about a number of global issues and decided to fundraise through selling cupcakes as well as holding a mufti-day.

Posted: Wednesday September 9, 2015

2015 Year 9 Board of Trustees Scholarships

Congratulations to all of our 2015 Year 9 Scholarship winners.The following students received scholarships:

Posted: Sunday August 23, 2015

LPHS Jazz Band goes to Jazzquest

The LPHS Jazz Band of 15 members travelled to Christchurch on Friday 31st July to compete in the CPIT Jazzquest, a competition for high school jazz bands and combos, run by the teachers of the jazz course at the CPIT.

Posted: Wednesday August 12, 2015

Dance Demo and Workshop

The Otago Dance Association from the University of Otago visited Logan Park in August and performed in Assembly, as well as running a workshop for students.

Posted: Thursday August 6, 2015

Maori History Project

Our Head of Humanities, Paul Enright and Lara Hearn-Rollo, Head of History at Queens High School are continuing the work they began last year with the Ministry of Education developing national History resources to allow Maori history to be taught from a Maori perspective in New Zealand schools.

Posted: Tuesday June 30, 2015