During the week the Year 9 classes, as part of our introduction to OBHS and its surrounds unit visited Toitu Otago Settlers Museum.
The start of a new term, starts the new school theme. This terms theme for our school is courage and honour and this is what I will be talking to you about today.
The Rector Richard Hall addresses the students during the Summer Blues Assembly this week.
The team of eight OBHS boys, fourteen Cashmere High students and three teachers have returned 20 days after leaving for the trip to NASA’s Space Camp at Huntsville aka “Rocket City”.
During the holidays Year 13 student Flynn Meyer supported the Parafed Otago Athletes by assisting at the Junior Disability Games in Cambridge. Well done Flynn on your continuing support and work in t...
Visitors to the Otago Museum on Sunday 1st May were treated to a variety of performances of haka and waiata Māori by Dunedin’s leading kapa haka groups, including our very own Wairua Puhou. The perfo...
The Summer Blues Assembly which was held on Tuesday acknowledged the achievements of those young men who have excelled in their sporting endeavours already this year.
A group of our students accompanied kaumatua, and veterans, David Ellison and Bob Tikao, to the Dawn Service on Anzac Day.
Competing for Otago at NPC senior level, playing in the AFLNZ premiership in Auckland weekly during term 1 and representing the New Zealand Hawks at Under 16 (level 1 Academy) and Under 18 (level 2 A...
During the school holidays Year 9 student Ollie Bixley took part in the South Island Schools Orienteering Championships in Christchurch.
Several OBHS students attended the National Age Group Swimming Championships in Wellington on the first week of the school holidays.
Year 10 Food Technology students were required to
establish a structual design with a theme attached.
On the last day of term 1 the Year 11 Physical Education classes ran a futsal tournament for local primary
schools. Over two weeks in the planning, the ‘Battle for the Hills’ was played out at the sc...
Year 9 students watching their first Otago Boys' ANZAC parade and wreath laying ceremonies.
101 years ago the tradition, remembering the sacrifice and efforts of our old boys in World War 1 continues today.
In assembly on Tuesday we instituted a new award - Student of the Term.
Let me tell you all a little story about my life. At the ripe old age of 10 my favourite movie was ‘Finding Nemo’ and my favorite song was ‘Gotta Be Somebody’. Pretty standard for your average kid out...
The kiwis have landed. After a long haul flight to the USA, the team, including 3 teachers, 14 Cashmere High and 8 Otago Boys' students arrived in Houston, Texas.
The annual Inter House Haka Competition was held on Wednesday morning.
Our Year 10 Design Graphics class has completed a set of posters to be posted about the school and in classrooms.
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