Logan Park High School



  1. Showquest

    After months of dedication, our team of student performers and helpers travelled to Invercargill for a fantastic performance in the ... Read more…
  2. Barbara Fitzsimons Farewell

    We farewelled Head of Languages, Barbara Fitzsimons in June. Read more…
  3. Co-Ed Winter Sports Tournament

    On a lovely Winter's day Logan Park students gathered to represent the school at the Co-Ed Winter Sports Tournament. Read more…
  4. Off to the Globe

    Congratulations to Laura Cowles who travelled around the globe to the Globe Theatre in England in July. Read more…
  5. Karaoke Week

    We were entertained in the last week of Term 2 with Karaoke Week Read more…
  6. Geography Field Trip to Mt Cook

    The Year 11 Geography class along with Mr Dixon and Mrs Summerfield had a fantastic trip to Mt Cook in May. Read more…
  7. Logan Park Cultural Narrative

    In June we hosted Megan Potiki who presented our school's cultural narrative. Read more…
  8. Farewell James Govan

    We farewelled PE / Health teacher and football / futsal coach James Govan at the end of Term 2. Read more…
  9. Chess - Otago/Southland Champions 2022

    Congratulations to our A team who won the Otago / Southland Champs in Chess. Read more…
  10. Voice of Rangatahi Leadership Event

    On Monday 27th June, 20 Logan Park High School students travelled to Berwick Camp to participate in the Sport Otago Voice of Rangatahi ... Read more…
  11. Music news

    Lots has been happening in the Logan Park music scene Read more…
  12. International Languages Week and Matariki

    This year we had some really cool activities organised as part of Matariki and International Languages Week. Read more…
  13. Dance Showcase

    Our Year 10, 11, 12 and 13 Dance students presented their dances to an appreciative audience in June. Read more…
  14. Sports Volunteer

    Recently Erica Stedman was featured in the Otago Daily Times as part of a feature on School Sports Volunteers. Read more…
  15. Maths visit by University Professor

    On Tuesday 7 June Professor David Bryant from the University of Otago gave an interactive talk about mathematical modelling to 15 ... Read more…
  16. CAT – Computational Algorithmic Competition

    In early May, 34 Logan Park Students participated in the Computational and Algorithmic Thinking (CAT) Competition. Read more…
  17. The National Flower of South Korea - Mugunghwa

    The Year 10 Korean class had an opportunity to plant Mugunghwa at our school. Read more…
  18. Pride Week

    We celebrated Pride Week in June Read more…
  19. Great School Library

    Congratulations to Michelle Summerfield and Liz James and their team of staff and student librarians for their great work with our ... Read more…
  20. Matariki Celebrations

    Congratulations to Group 1/4 for winning the trophy for Best Decorated Door. Read more…
  21. Lions Speech Champion

    Congratulations to Marnie Brosnahan for winning the Otago Lions Speech Competition. Read more…
  22. Otago Museum Photography Awards

    We are proud of all the Logan Park students who had their work selected for display at this year's Otago Museum Photography Awards. Read more…
  23. Wellness Week - Year 12 Health

    During Wellness Week (Week 3, Term 2) students from the Level 2 Health Education class implemented a variety of Health Promotion ... Read more…
  24. Crème Brûlée, etc dans la troisième:

    We are definitely becoming more adventurous and our French cooking endeavors in our Year 10 French class. Read more…
  25. Pedestrian Survey

    On Wednesday June 22nd students from two Year 9 classes conducted the annual winter solstice pedestrian survey for the Dunedin ... Read more…
  26. Cross Country Series 2022

    Nico Alvarez Rey-Virag came 2nd in the Logan Park Road Race. Read more…
  27. Biology Field Trips

    Our Year 12 Biology classes appreciated their Field Trips in June. Read more…
  28. Sortie au cinéma avec la classe française

    June is also the month when the French film festival is on - this year we were lucky enough to go as a class and watch a film. Read more…