Park Press March 2017
Stunning Athletics Day
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Stunning Athletics Day
Our Athletics Day in February was a splash of colour, costumes and some incredible performances.
We had a wonderful Mihi Whakatau (welcome) on Wednesday 1 February.
New Students' Afternoon Tea
Teachers appreciated meeting the parents and whanau of new students on Wednesday March 1.
Sailing Success leads to Bermuda
Anna Walrond continues to be one to watch in Sailing.
Over the last two weeks of the 2016/17 summer holidays, Louis Whitburn and Tarren Loughran and I had the wonderful opportunity of ...
Robbie Rocks competition winners
Congratulations to our musicians for their winning performances in the Robbie Rocks Dunedin competition.
House Days Awesome
House Days were held on February 17 with beautiful weather for beach visits.
Outward Bound was a dream nestled in the back of my mind for much of my childhood, as my wonderful Aunty had been on it when she was ...
George wins Speaking Scholarship
George Sabonadiere, Year 12 has won a national scholarship for his efforts in a Speech exam.
My Outward Bound experience was just like it was advertised, life changing.
It began on January 6th, there was a greeting ceremony, and then came the selection process, which was probably the longest amount of ...
Suitcase Theatre at the Globe Theatre
The LPHS Charities Club baked for Suitcase Theatre's post-production supper at the Globe Theatre 16-18 February.
Scholarship and Excellence NCEA Morning Tea
We hosted a special morning tea in February to celebrate outstanding success in NZQA exams.
Welcome to International Students
We have welcomed 17 new international students to our multi-cultural community.
Tagged and Released.
Among missing cats and cheap fridges for sale, original and free artwork will be appearing on community notice boards from Thursday ...
Logan Park has run a successful Summer School for students who were a few credits short of their NCEA Level 3 or University Entrance.
Chinese New Year Performers
Congratulations to Leven Wu, Louis Freeman and Quinn Hardie (Yr 12) for their entertaining performance as part of Dunedin's Chinese ...
Ex-Student from Brazil Returns to LPHS for a Visit
Luis Rosario from Curitiba, Brazil, visited us with his new bride, Francine, in February, to show her around his NZ school while on ...
Surf Life Saving Star
Annie Kennedy Atchison continues to excel in Surf Life Saving.
Bruno's stilt-walking performances are proving a hit with tourists.
Bruno Willis (18) entertained cruise ship passengers outside the Dunedin Railway Station in January.