Creation of the Motard (Pocket Bike)

It was the start of Term 2, 2014 when our pocket bike kit finally arrived, but unfortunately there were no instructions. Therefore we were two men on a mission to fully design and build the best (and only) bike ever created (in the LPHS metal workshop).

Posted: Monday March 30, 2015

Music Camp

Hana Fahy and I took 64 students on a Music Camp at Tirohanga on the weekend of 6-8 March.

Posted: Monday March 30, 2015

Instrumental Tuition in Music at LPHS

108 students have enrolled and commenced their course of lessons in a musical instrument for this year. Thats a significant percentage of the overall school roll, and a smart move on the part of the students and their parents.

Posted: Monday March 30, 2015

Otago Race Unity Speech Winners

Jacobi Kohu-Morris (Yr 13) and Grant McNaughton (Yr 12) were first and second respectively in the Otago final of the Race Unity Speech competition held on March 26. St Hilda's came third.

Posted: Sunday March 29, 2015

Film Club, Animation, Anime and Computing!

Film Club tutor, Craig Storey held a workshop on Saturday 28 March for students keen to enter the Rialto Channel 48 Hours Film competition in May.

Posted: Sunday March 29, 2015

The Edge Radio Interns

Tash Gosling and Brendan Kearns were selected as our Edge interns for 2015. The year long commitment gave Tash and Brendan valuable industry knowledge and experience.

Posted: Sunday March 29, 2015

Tributes to Jazz Maestro

On Wednesday March 25, Logan Park took on the atmosphere of a jazz club as staff, students and friends paid tribute to Calder Prescott, one of our longest serving music teachers.

Posted: Sunday March 29, 2015

Satellite Volleyball Championship

On Monday the 23rd of March the Senior A Girls volleyball team left for Christchurch to compete in the Satellite Volleyball Championship (SVC) tournament.

Posted: Sunday March 29, 2015

Race Unity Celebrations

On Tuesday 24 March we celebrated the rich cultural diversity at Logan Park.

Posted: Sunday March 29, 2015

March Sports Round Up

Lots has been happening across all sporting codes, but special recent highlights include Basketball, Football and Sailing performances.

Posted: Sunday March 29, 2015

Interhouse Dodgeball Competition

Our Student Sports Council have organised an Interhouse Dodgeball Competition. Houses are competing on Friday lunchtimes in the Gym, and so far there is a lot of enthusiastic fun-filled support.

Posted: Thursday March 19, 2015

Three peat Logan Park wins Otago Southland Model United Nations again!

120 student delegates from Otago and Southland schools met March 13-15th at Otago University to debate global issues of poverty, hunger, female empowerment and child mortality.

Posted: Tuesday March 17, 2015

Calder Prescott's Tribute Evening.

25 March, 7pm, Logan Park.

Posted: Tuesday March 17, 2015

O-Taiko Japanese Drumming entertains

On Tuesday 10 March, we enjoyed a lunchtime performance from a Japanese Drumming Ensemble, "O-Taiko."

Posted: Wednesday March 11, 2015

Debating Regional Champs

Our LPHS 1 team (Jacobi Kohu-Morris Y13, Grant McNaughton Y12 and Meran Campbell-Hood Y13) won the annual Russell McVeagh Debating Competition for the Otago-Southland region. The event was held on Friday 7th and Saturday 8th of March. 5 of the top 12 awards went to Logan Park speakers.

Posted: Wednesday March 11, 2015

Music Camp

On Friday 6 March over 65 music students from all levels departed for Music Camp out at Tirohanga.

Posted: Sunday March 8, 2015

Otago Uni Liaison visit

Year 13 students appreciated hearing about the opportunities at Otago University on Friday 6 March.

Posted: Thursday March 5, 2015

Luge Champ at World Cup

Year 12 student Tayla Ward has returned from competing for the New Zealand Womens Luge team at the World Cup in Austria, Germany and Italy during December 2014 and January 2015.

Posted: Tuesday March 3, 2015


The start of the sailing season was Monday 16th February with great conditions and enthusiastic crews.

Posted: Tuesday March 3, 2015

Top Young Scientist discusses Science with Government Officials

Board of Trustees Student Rep, Grant McNaughton, Year 12, won a Treasury Scholarship at the Sir Paul Callaghan National Eureka! Science Symposium in Wellington, late last year. In February he was invited to Wellington to discuss with senior government officials, ways to improve New Zealand's living standards.

Posted: Monday March 2, 2015