Senior prize giving was held on Thursday 2 November at the Regent Theatre. It was a special occasion to celebrate the students success throughout the year.
Last Sunday the OBHS First XI played its annual fixture against a Willows team at Loburn in North Canterbury.
Paul Vlietstra has announced his resignation from the position of Hostel Manager.
It is my pleasure to announce the appointment of Mr Andrew Turner, our Deputy Rector to the position of Principal at Gisborne Boys' High School. He will begin in the New Year.
Thursday evening at the Regent Theatre parents, staff and students celebrated the successes of this year's student body.
When being asked to write a last word, prefects are told very little. They are told to be original, to give advice or impart wisdom.
Saturday 28 October 2017 - A day to remember. It was the day for the inaugural OBHS staff rugby side to play a match against the over 35’s Kaikorai Demons.
Tuesday lunchtime witnessed a clash of epic proportions as the wit and intellect of two formidable teams of young men went head to head in the final of our long fought junior debate competition.
At this weeks senior assembly we celebrated some of the hardest workers in our school community.
This morning at assembly the Students of the Term for Term 3 were announced. Congratulations to the following students.
Homestay family wanted for a Year 9 NZ student, starting next year. If you would like further details please email the Rector’s Secretary at: [email protected]
While the number of competitors were not as high as recent years the quality certainly was.
On Wednesday evening the Young Enterprise Scheme Otago Regional Awards were held at Otago Museum’s Hutton Theatre.
Outward Bound New Zealand is located in Anakiwa, a coastal village in the Queen Charlotte Sound, and offers a range of outdoor education courses that are available for 13 year olds and over.
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As it's coming to the end of the year, the boys here at Top Socks are smashing our current prices and having a sale for the last week of school.
Eight boys, three generations. It's more than just a school to my family.
The Importance of Recognition.
At senior assembly this week centurion badges were presented to Year 13 students.
Our Year 10 Economics class have been hard at work over the last couple of weeks producing school drink bottles in order to raise funds to go towards a new school drinking fountain.
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