OBHS regains South Island title.
The South Island Secondary School Sunburst Regatta is being held on the Otago Harbour this week.
Our Year 13 Agriculture students had an exceptional experience where they were hosted by Silver Fern Farms at the Finegand Food Processing plant near Balclutha last week.
As part of a Livestock Behaviour Unit, our Year 12 students visited the Invermay AgResearch Centre.
The Athletics track season has come to an end with the South Island Secondary School Championships being held in Timaru last weekend.
The Otago Touch Association is very excited to announce that Kane Johnston has been invited by Touch New Zealand to trial for the NZ 18s teams, following his exceptional performances at the Under17s N...
"Popstars" features classic 90’s songs from bands and solo icons such as, Nsync, Britney Spears, Nirvana, Bon jovi, Backstreet Boys, and many more of your favourite artists.
The Tennis Otago prize giving was held over the weekend and two OBHS students were awarded Junior Player of the Year Awards.
The ethos of Otago Boys’ includes engaging boys in not only academics but cultural and sporting endeavors.
Poppies will be on sale at school from Tuesday 12 April. If students would like a poppy they will need to bring a gold coin donation with them to school. The annual school ANZAC service for students ...
OB's boys Alex Grant, Harley Ruru, Mitchell Hughan, Nathan Hanna, Xavier Herbert and Min Kang competed in a South Pre-Season (U17) Basketball Tournament for Otago over the weekend. The team was undef...
Six of our students took part in the Otago Age Groups Golf Championship which were held at the Lower Waitaki Golf Club outside Oamaru.
Yesterday Finegand hosted an Agricultural class from Otago Boys High School.
Today we celebrated the birthday of Fred & George Weasley, who were born on April Fool's Day, with a quiz on the 'Minor Characters of Harry Potter'.
The Electoral Roll for this year’s Board of Trustee Elections is currently being checked and updated.
Art student of the week is Kevin Yang, a highly academic Chinese born student who hails from the city of Wuhan divided by the Yangtze river.
Otago Boys’ students do not know how lucky they are. We sit on comfortable chairs, in a warm auditorium. Rather than wooden benches in a cold gymnasium, like most schools do.
The World Vision Youth Leadership Conference was held on March 18th at Dunedin Town Hall.
Biotechnology studies in Year13 include Biochemistry techniques such as DNA extraction, running gels to separate DNA fragments by size and use of plasmids cut using restriction enzymes.
Otago Boys' High School Lion Foundation Young Enterprise Scheme (YES) Teams receive their Company Registration Certificates for the 2016 National Competition.
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