The Otago Boys' High School Cricket Club invites Year 7 and 8 students and families with an interest in cricket, as well as current students and families to an information evening about the cricket pr...
Nine of the top golfers at Otago Boys’ travelled up to Roxburgh last week to take part in the annual Otago Intercollegiate Golf Finals.
This past weekend saw seven of our Senior boys battle their wit and intellects against schools from Otago and Southland in the annual Secondary Schools Debate Regionals Competition.
Sam Pomare, Devon Korte, Damian Larson, Vaughn Collins, Noah Mafi, Jamahl Wiparata, Oliver Croy, Adam Loose, Judah Nika, Sunia Uele, Andrew Wang, Ashton Booth, Harry McLauchlan, Josh Reeves, Oliver Ri...
A bow and arrow and Biology makes for an interesting week in School House.
At lunch time today Year 13 student Nathan Hill successfully broke the long standing 3000m record of 9.08.
This year’s combined production with OGHS is the musical Strictly Ballroom. Based on the popular Baz Luhrmann film, it is a story about following your heart and holding on to your dreams.
Top scholars nationwide compete for places on the Science Olympiad teams. This year two Dunedin students are up for selection to represent New Zealand in the New Zealand International Biology Olympiad...
Registrations are now open for winter sports codes.
10G embarked on camp on the 2nd of March, not knowing what was coming, but boy, we were in for something to be remembered for a long time.
Congratulations to Year 9 student Jack Light who has returned from the New Zealand Youth Archery Competition with 2 Gold and 1 Bronze Medal.
Last week I had the pleasure sitting in the front row being able to see fellow students cross the stage.
The annual summer interschool fixture between Otago Boys' and Southland Boys' was held in Invercargill on Monday and Tuesday this week.
The boys are getting very excited about heading to Thailand and Cambodia on the 1st of July for 3 weeks.
Congratulations to our Senior A volleyball team who took out the Otago Championships over the weekend. This makes it 3 titles in 3 years.
The School House boys may be good with an oar in their hand or on a running track, but they proved on Sunday that they aren't too useful at ten pin bowling.
Saddle Hill Community Board are seeking high achievers aged 15 - 25 in either sporting, academic or cultural pursuits - the prize is $1000.
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The day dawned foggy and cool, but with the breakthrough of the sun and a warming 28 degrees the athletes representing OBHS sprung in to action.
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