Selecon Award for Technical Excellence

Congratulations to Oscar Mcnoe who was awarded the Selecon Award for Technical Excellence at the South Island Regional TheatreFest recently.

Posted: Wednesday November 20, 2013

Year 9 Drama Performance - 'Bearnie's Incredible Illucinations'

Year 9 students have performed Bearnie's Incredible Illucinations this year, much to the delight of parents and friends.

Posted: Wednesday November 20, 2013

The Road That Wasn't There - The Playhouse Theatre Dunedin

This is a story about a girl who followed a map off the edge of the world In New Zealand there are 56,000 kilometres of paper roads that exist only on surveyor's maps. Or do they? From an award-winning company comes a dark fairytale combining puppetry, shadow play, and music...

Posted: Wednesday November 20, 2013

International student outdoor experience - Camp Waihola

My first camp with the international students was fun.

Posted: Tuesday November 19, 2013

Tautuku Camp the highlight of Year 10

Year 10 camp was my absolute highlight for year 10.

Posted: Tuesday November 19, 2013

Tautuku Camp in the snow!

At year 10 camp our class happened to go to Tautuku in one of the very few times it snows! I found myself wearing ALL my clothes I had brought and still being freezing, but that just made it all the more fun.

Posted: Tuesday November 19, 2013

Cricket report

It has been another very busy and successful cricket season this year.

Posted: Tuesday November 19, 2013

Badminton

Badminton continues to thrive at Logan Park with two boys' teams and one girls team playing in 2013.

Posted: Tuesday November 19, 2013

Quiz success for Humanities students

It has been another great year for our young social scientists on the local quiz scene.

Posted: Tuesday November 19, 2013

Vietnam Trip

Twenty one students and five teachers ventured out to Vietnam for our second full tour of this wonderful country for seventeen days in the April holidays. It was a fantastic and successful tour which will live long in everyones memories.

Posted: Tuesday November 19, 2013

Aoraki House report

Well it has been another great year for Aoraki. We may not have carried away any of the cups or trophies but House spirit was always high. Our Year 13s worked superbly as a team and organised all the activities required of them enthusiastically throughout.

Posted: Tuesday November 19, 2013

Model United Nations Assembly (MUNA) 2013

This year was a clean sweep for LPHS at this annual event! We won best team (United Kingdom) for the third year in a row and carried off the two individual best speakers awards too.

Posted: Tuesday November 19, 2013

Toroa House Report

After nine months of love and inclusiveness here at Logan Park, the students of Toroa have been left with a sense of enlightenment and inspiration by their supreme leaders Jeremy and Tayla.

Posted: Tuesday November 19, 2013

lingua latina MMXIII

Im sure the ancient Romans would be proud of us at Logan Park with our 6th consecutive win at the Otago Junior Classics Quiz. We celebrated our success with a Mt Olympus party, wondering how the gods ever got away with doing what they did.

Posted: Tuesday November 19, 2013

Gateway 2013

Its been another successful year for year 12 and 13 students testing out possible future careers.

Posted: Tuesday November 19, 2013

Differences in the School System of Germany and New Zealand

Germany and New Zealand have quite different school systems.

Posted: Tuesday November 19, 2013

Sprouts Enviro Club

Even though we have greatly missed our inspiring Year 13 leaders from 2012, the passion from us never died as the younger members of the Logan Park High School Environmental Group continued on their legacy into the new year brimming with exciting ideas on how we could make 2013 an...

Posted: Tuesday November 19, 2013

Youth Parliament 2013

In April 2013, I was privileged enough to be appointed as the Youth Member of Parliament representing the Rt. Hon Winston Peters for a six-month tenure. As much of an honour as it was, I will never forget the disgust so evident in Mr Tobin and Mr Enrights (both staunch...

Posted: Sunday November 17, 2013

Humanities Department report

2013 started with a name change from Social Sciences to better reflect the spread and the focus of the subjects gathered together in our department and student successes in external exams to celebrate (including three NCEA Scholarships two in History and one in Classical Studies).

Posted: Friday November 15, 2013

Art Department Report

Claude Monet was once described as "an eye, but what an eye!" The LPHS Art Department similarly has been described as "an Art Department, but what an Art Department!" We wallowed in the reflected fame of Bene Stewart's folio making it into the Top Folio travelling exhibition.

Posted: Friday November 15, 2013