Tuesday 6th March was our first Blues assembly for 2018, recognising Academic excellence and dedication.
South Island Schools Tennis Championships in Timaru March 2 - 4 2018.
The Otago Boys' High School Cricket Club is delighted to announce that Otago Sparks' and former Otago Volts coach Nathan King has been appointed Cricket Coach at Otago Boys' High School.
The annual Biology field trip to Blueskin Bay was a highlight of the week for Year 12 Biology students last week.
Otago Boys' High School were well represented at last weekends South Island Secondary Schools' Triathlon and Duathlon Championships.
School House displays its sporting prowess on the weekend with a dominant display.
The first Year 10 camp is due back today. Eight wifi-free days for our lads in the pure New Zealand Alpine environment. Magic.
The 2018 edition of this long-standing fixture, first played in 1886, ended with the home team hot on attack , and the last two OBHS batsmen at the crease.
Congratulations to Year 12 student Matthew Maydon and Year 9 student Silvan Caderas who competed in the slalom races at the Otago/Southland Water Skiing Champs held at Perkins Pond in Millers Flat las...
Year 12 student Carlin Baumgartner has been selected for the National Under 18 Men's Ice Hockey team.
The Otago Athletics Championships are to be held this weekend at the Caledonian grounds.
I remember the first time I heard a last word, sitting in this auditorium.
Archery and rugby make for an interesting weekend in School House
Year 12 student Jack Divers competed at the Suzuki National Triathlon Championships held in Taupo on the 14th of February.
Old Boy Tom Mottershead became the first person to graduate from university with a new bachelor of arts and science degree, which aims to break down barriers between arts and science.
He'd been our own Old Soldier for so long that the death of Wattie Thomas, at the age of 101 years, came as something of shock.
Last Saturday, at Bishopscourt, our OBHS 1st Touch Team, ably led by Jordan Hand and Sam Rowe competed at the Otago Secondary Schools competition.
Time has flown by for Black Sticks forward Hugo Inglis but the southern man has no plans to slow down any time soon.
As he approaches his 100th birthday, former Dunedin Presbyterian minister and controversial theologian Sir Lloyd Geering is writing another book.
Our Senior Volleyball team were up in Christchurch over the weekend competing in the Mainlands Tournament (South Islands).
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