Logan Park High School

New Zealanders must stand together for our future

Imagine there's no countries, It isn't hard to do, Nothing to kill or die for, And no religion too, Imagine all the people, Living life in peace, You may say that I'm a dreamer, But I'm not the only one, I hope someday you'll join us, And the world will be as one.

Awake to the need for more sleep

Sleep. At a time when we arguably need it more than we ever will in the future, teenagers are getting it the least.

Excellence in art

Excellence in art

Logan Park High School year 12 art pupil Luke Major explores the life and times of a woman in a series of portraits titled An Elder.

School to display bell 10 years on

School to display bell 10 years on

It has taken more than a decade, but the 100-year-old bronze bell which used to call pupils to class at King Edward Technical College is finally being put on display at Logan Park High School.

Brush with death spurs life choice

Brush with death spurs life choice

Near-death experiences have a way of making you reassess what is important in life.

Logan Park High School junior prizes

Logan Park High School held its junior prizegiving recently.

Family history places 1st-equal in contest

Family history places 1st-equal in contest

Delving through old family photographs, diary entries, newspaper articles and books about life in Scotland in the early 1800s can be quite addictive, as Frances Barnett has discovered.

Pupils put their backs into competing

Pupils put their backs into competing

There was no blood, but there was plenty of sweat, a few tears and about 60 Logan Park High School pupils gasping for air and flapping blistered hands, all rowing frantically in an attempt to beat New Zealand rowers Mahe Drysdale and Emma Twigg.

Celebrating diversity

Celebrating diversity

Logan Park High School musicians Jacobi Kohu-Morris (15, left) and Blake McAlevey-Scurr (17) provide some entertainment as international pupils at the school celebrate Race Unity Day.

Poverty speech a winner

Poverty speech a winner

Describing how poverty is New Zealand's "fastest-growing industry" has won a Logan Park High School year 10 pupil the Otago Schools Junior Speech Competition.

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