Dunstan High School Sport
Welcome to Dunstan High School Sport. Sport is an integral part of a student’s education at Dunstan High School and participation rates are high. With an extensive range of sports on offer, there is something for everyone.
All School Sports NZ sanctioned events have been either cancelled or suspended. This is a directive from School Sport New Zealand following the government announcement banning gatherings and events of 500 or more people. Your team manager or TIC will be in contact with further information.
We aim to develop the sporting potential of our students, with quality coaching and opportunity for skill development in an inclusive and supportive environment. We encourage our students to represent our school with integrity and strive to achieve their personal best, whilst working within a team environment.
Congratulations Celia Ward
Celia broke the 100m and 200m records for the senior girls at the Otago Athletic Championships in the weekend. Celia won the 100m in a time of 12.30 seconds breaking the previous record of 12.57 seconds. She then went on to win the 200m in a time of 25.66sec breaking the record by .01 second. Awesome achievement Celia.
Holly Oldham has claimed the title of NZ BMX Junior women champion, after competing in Auckland. Holly also hopes to get good news in the coming weeks as she waits to find out if she has been selected to compete at the world junior championships, taking place in Houston in May.