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.

To find out more information about a sport click Here or contact the school Sports Co-ordinator Sally Mullally

Summer sports Registrations are open click here to find out more information about the sports offered

sports celebration evening

Join us to celebrate the sporting success from the 2022 on Tuesday 27th September at 7pm in the school hall. Tickets are available at the school office for $10 per person. Ticket sales close on Friday 23rd September.

Deans Bank 10 Hour is open to and welcoming of anyone who can hop on a bike and ride a lap, or 2, or 10 - or more!

Register here:

Teams - each person is to register and pay the entry fee individually. We have a school category - mixed team, male and female.

For those entering with a membership discount - proof of membership will be requested at event registration. You have until Race Day to become a member.


Click Here if interested in finding out more information about the Otago Secondary School Petanque Championships to be held in Dunedin on 28th September.

Term 3 2022 Calendar

  • Monday 25th July - Term 3 starts

  • Monday 1st August - CO Jnr Basketball competition starts

  • Wednesday 3rd August - CO Curling competition starts - Alexandra

  • Sat/Sun 3rd/4th August - SISS Canoe Polo Tournament - Oamaru

  • Monday 29th August - Friday 2nd September - Winter Tournament Week

      • Girls Football - Dunedin

      • Boys Football - Invercargill

      • Netball - Timaru

      • Senior Boys Basketball - Dunedin

      • Boys and Girls Hockey - Christchurch

      • Ice Hockey - Dunedin

      • U15 Rugby - Nelson

  • Monday 12th September - Summer Sports Registrations Open

  • Friday 16th September - Get2Go Queenstown

  • Monday 19th September - CO Junior Volleyball Tournament - Wanaka

  • Friday 30th September - Summer Sports Registrations Close

  • Friday 30th September - Term 3 finishes

  • 1st- 3rd October - NZ Clay Target Championships


Government traffic light setting:

    • At RED, people will be required to wear masks in all the indoor venues and capacity limits increase to 200. Outdoor capacity limits are removed, and face masks are no longer required at outdoor settings.

    • At ORANGE, the capacity limits go, but face masks are still required in many indoor settings.

    • At GREEN, when we get there, there are no requirements.

DHS is at ORANGE alert level. This means that gatherings using school facilities out of school hours are subjected to the following guidelines

  • no size limit indoors and masks when possible

  • no masks or size limit on the school grounds