Student Council

This year Student Council saw the best and the worst of human nature, but only on YouTube as it seems that the rest of the school forgot that we exist.

Posted: Wednesday January 1, 2014

Staff Photo 2014

Click on the photo to see Staff names for 2014

Posted: Wednesday January 1, 2014

2014 Omimi House/Group Photos

View the gallery of Group photos here.

Posted: Wednesday January 1, 2014

Otago Athletics Championships

On the 8th March 41 Logan Park students represented our school at the Otago Secondary School Athletics Championships.

Posted: Wednesday January 1, 2014

Omimi House Report

As always, Omimi has had a great year.

Posted: Wednesday January 1, 2014

National Parade of Significance

Year 10 student Tristan Howard took part in the National Parade of Significance in Wellington in November to celebrate 150 years of Cadet Forces in New Zealand.

Posted: Wednesday January 1, 2014

Tupuranga - Maori & Pacific Island Leadership Team

2014 has been a hugely successful year for Maori and Pacific Island students at Logan Park.

Posted: Wednesday January 1, 2014

Clayton House Report

Youre probably aware that Clayton is the greatest house. Well, were also the most gracious.

Posted: Wednesday January 1, 2014

Toroa House Report

Another year, another batch of Year Nines welcomed into the big happy complex family that is Toroa.

Posted: Wednesday January 1, 2014

Logan Park High School Jazz Band

As with most years, we farewelled some great jazz band members who moved on to study at university.

Posted: Wednesday January 1, 2014

Library

Another great year in the library with all the latest new fiction added to our collection.

Posted: Wednesday January 1, 2014

Pacific Island Pearls

Being in the Pacific Island Pearls has been such an amazing experience.

Posted: Wednesday January 1, 2014

Health & Physical Education 2014

Over the past year, students have taken part in a large range of topics which were designed to not only improve their understanding of how Health & physical Education can improve their own personal ability, but also learn a whole raft of skills which are vital to becoming a well-rounded adult.

Posted: Wednesday January 1, 2014

Welcome New international Students

In MarchLPHS welcomed 24 new international students, including a group of seven Thai students who were here on a month-long visit to experience a New Zealand high school.

Posted: Wednesday January 1, 2014

2014 Football Report

This year saw a new era in girls' football as the majority of senior players left and the squad was made up mainly of junior Y10 players.

Posted: Wednesday January 1, 2014

Bowls

Although several talented senior players left last year, it has been great to see keen, beginner junior players coming along to play in the warmth of the Westpac Bowls Centre over winter and the future of bowls at LPHS looks very promising.

Posted: Wednesday January 1, 2014

Board of Trustees Report

At the end of every year I find myself thinking about what the next year will bring.

Posted: Wednesday January 1, 2014

LPHS Sailing Club

On Monday afternoons we head down to the harbourside to go sailing.

Posted: Wednesday January 1, 2014

Tennis 2014

Thursday Secondary School Tennis runs in Term 1 and 4.

Posted: Wednesday January 1, 2014

Young Achievers

Mana Pounamu Awards is a secondary school Maori scholarship prize-giving.

Posted: Wednesday January 1, 2014